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Ecodyfi is a bilingual locally-controlled organisation based in Machynlleth. We were established in 1998 and have been fostering and supporting a greener economy and community ever since. Mostly we work in the Dyfi valley and the UNESCO Dyfi Biosphere area, but also in other parts of Mid Wales. Renewable energy, responsible tourism and community development are our three main areas of expertise. All profits are used to support our aims, as we have no shareholders.


COBWEB was a 4 year project which enabled citizens to collect environmental data using mobile devices. The data is suitable for use in research, decision making and policy formation. The project was located in the Dyfi Biosphere; ecodyfi supported locals and organisations to monitor habitats and learn about the Biosphere.

Information for locals, visitors and business on waste, funding, energy, what to do, travel and culture.


Read about ecodyfi's vision for sustainable regeneration, green economy and building a strong community.


Find out about the projects that ecodyfi and it's partners are currently working on.

Ecodyfi provides consultancy services with unique knowledge and access to local networks as well as the capacity to work bilingually.


Dyfodol Dyfi

‘Dyfodol Dyfi Project' – The intention is to plan a brighter future’ for the Dyfi Valley bringing people and organisations together to co-create a community plan.

Download the Project summary here

Gweithredu Hinsawdd - Climate Action

Ecodyfi supports you to
improve your home energy-efficiency,
borrow a thermal camera,
hire an ebike,
and get involved in other local climate action.


Please click on the link here to find out more.

Community Energy Fund!

Ecodyfi and partners have received a number of grant applications this year for specifically Covid19 support for the local community.


Please click on the link here to go to the announcement about the activities being supported.

Description of ecodyfi's work from

April 2018 to November 2019

Download the Report (pdf 400kB)

Read the Report online here


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