In our latest look at the people using wind power to grow their own power we're meeting Roland, a Welsh farmer.
Each week we’re taking a look at some of the many different people who make up the Big 60,000. Today we’re looking at Ann Chapman, who used wind power to dramatically lower her energy bills.
The Big 60,000 campaign kicked off last week, and we’ve already had a great response, with hundreds of you standing up for local home-grown energy.
This week we’re launching our new campaign, the Big 60,000. So what’s it all about? We’ve all heard of the Big 6, but as well as the Big Energy companies, wouldn't it be great if more of us were free to take responsibility over where our energy comes from and have more control over costs?
One of the many great things about wind power in the UK is in the way that it’s encouraging more young people to look at careers in areas such as engineering and the sciences. This month employees from SSE’s Greater Gabbard wind farm teamed up with students from Pakefield High School in Lowestoft.
Solar Schools helps schools cut carbon, save money, boost budgets, build fundraising capacity and engage pupils, parents and the community with renewable energy.
8 November 2013 Against a backdrop of rising energy prices, schools the length and breadth of Britain are taking control of their energy and generating their own, thanks to 10:10’s successful Solar Schools campaign.
When is renewable energy expensive? When you add a load of other things that are expensive things to it.
Earlier this week, people around the world celebrated Ada Lovelace Day. Ada is a much celebrate Victorian mathematician lorded as the first computer programmer. She has become a figurehead for women working in STEM subjects. In light of this celebration, Electro-Technical Officer (ETO) Cadet Bethany Hoare tells us what it’s like to be an engineer.
Action for Renewables Chair Tony Juniper rebuts some of the most common anti-wind myths
Would you like to see your favourite products manufactured using wind power? Soon you will be able to!