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Nautilus Turbine by Hannah Imlach

Nautilus Turbine (tulip wood, birch plywood, acrylic tube and cork, 2016) is a sculptural response to the community-run energy infrastructure of the Isle of Eigg, Scotland. 396 more words

Artworks

Community energy awards 2016... we won!

Last night in Oxford the National Trust Wales initiated and supported network “Cyd Ynni” was honoured by being awarded the collaboration award. Big thanks go to Grant Peisley at DEG for putting the network forward but the biggest thanks go to the 5 founding community companies  of Cyd Ynni who are driving good things forward. 349 more words

National Trust

​Home Energy Opportunities under Community-Led Scheme

Grants of 35% and 80% are still available for homes seeking insulation, stoves and boilers for their homes under funding secured by Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative (ECTC). 480 more words

Community Energy

Faiths Support a Low Carbon Future

People from a variety of local faith groups will be walking through Balsall Heath and Moseley on Sunday 14th August 2016 to see what has been done to cut carbon emissions and conserve the atmosphere. 80 more words

Balsall Heath

Is community energy our alternative energy future?


Green Alliance associate Rebecca Willis reports on the project,
Cultures of Community Energy, which she worked on for the British Academy.

The green fields of Wiltshire have recently become the site of an impressive energy innovation. 852 more words

Low Carbon Energy

THE DOCUMENTARY ABOUT HUMAN ENERGY! - Crowdfunder

In Europe and in the world people decided to produce their own energy to change their reality!

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-documentary-about-human-energy#/

A CLOSER LOOK AT THE PHENOMENON OF ENERGY COOPERATIVES… 549 more words

Artworks

Art + Renewables Connections - Creative Carbon Scotland

At last week’s Beautiful Renewables Practical Workshop, two interesting ideas arose that support one of Creative Carbon Scotland’s main aims: to encourage and support more cross-fertilisation between the arts and cultural sector and others working on sustainability.

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