The Exhibition cum International Workshop on Micro Hydro Projects organized by Alternative Energy Promotion Centre/Regional Excellence of Micro Hydro in collaboration with Nepal Micro hydropower Development Association...
Report from a six day micro hydro workshop in Nepal
We have a few places left if you want to see life at the coal face of renewable and community energy.
November 27th 2014 12.30 – 14:00 the Anafon Hydro Group, National Trust Wales and the Robert Owen Community Bank Fund invite you to join us in the Senedd, Cardiff, Wales for a Community Hydro ‘Working Together For Our Future’ workshop
Laura, Paul, Simon, Himself and Chloe last night at the Houses of Parliament receiving our Gold award for Environmental Management (Alex with the Camera) Monday afternoon and the team (Paul, Alex, Chloe, Laura, Simon and myself) were in the...
More recognition for the excellent sustainable work being undertaken by the "Fit for the Future" team at the UK's Natonal Trust. Now if we could only swab and replicate these fine people.............
Anneliese Howie, 7, drew inspiration from a family trip to the Snowy Montains for her science project.
Congratulations to this seven year old Australian girl for becoming a finalist in the kindergarten to year 2 section of the Science Teachers Association of NSW young scientist awards, with her hydro project
Project co-leader Bernie Jones describes a trip up Ghost Creek to find a village saved from the spectre of and expensive and unreliable power source. This week I have been in Kuching – the capital of the Malaysian state of Sarawak.
Report from Sarawak about an off grid community powered by micro hydro
Burt Hamner demonstrates a tiny hydropower turbine able to charge phones from the water flow in his sink.
Very short video of a minute pico hydro turbine powered by a domestic water pressure, supplying a USB charger. Which is great if you're using a lot of tap water. But why are you using a lot of tap water???
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