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Active Energy - Geezer Power

From: http://www.active-energy-london.org/p/blog-page.html

 ActiveEnergy is a project promoting citizen-led innovation led by artist Loraine Leeson in collaboration with The Geezers, a group of senior men in Bow East London, and engineer Toby Borland. 223 more words


3S summer conference panels on relational and systemic participation

Members of the 3S group have organised panel sessions at three different European conferences over the summer of 2016 on the topic of relational and systemic approaches to public participation in science, innovation and sustainability transitions. 252 more words

Public Participation

The Local Energy & Microgrids Conference : ARENA Workshop

The Local Energy & Microgrids Conference

In the four years since it was established, the Australian Renewable Energy Authority (ARENA) has accelerated the use and supply of renewable energy in Australia by supporting hundreds of innovative technology projects. 518 more words


Current Trends & Opportunities At The Local Energy & Micro-grids

The Local Energy & Microgrids Conference : 

Key learnings, outcomes and conclusions

On 28th and 29th of April 2016, Informa Australia in partnership with Renew Economy… 1,139 more words


How Robin Hood brings Community Energy to the 7 Shires

In one of the most pristine parts of Australia, where the coastal surf culture flows into the Hippie tide washing down from the hinterlands, a small revolution is taking part. 2,607 more words

Clean Energy Transition

Beautiful Renewables Practical Workshop

Date: June 8

Time: 2:00 am – 4:30 pm

Venue: Festival Theatre, 13-29 Nicolson Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9FT United Kingdom

Organiser: Creative Carbon Scotland 222 more words


We've done it! Almost £700,000 raised in 6 weeks

Its been an enthralling couple of months in the valleys of Llanberis and Bethesda. The National Trust assisted community hydro projects working with stunning community teams have now raised all of the development funding needed and locally. 183 more words

Keith Jones