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PPL PWR at It’s All Academic Festival

It’s PPL PWR’s fifth appearance at a festival this year doing what we like most: empowering people to become active...

Knights Templar get a visit from PPL PWR

On Tuesday morning, we were lucky enough to have a workshop visit from PPL PWR, an organisation teaching about engineering and renewable energy, more specifically wind energy and how it is used in the modern world.

An Engineering Workshop at Knight’s Templar School

An Engineering Workshop at Knight’s Templar School

The trial workshop day had finally come, after months of pouring over content and youtube videos on how to make a wind turbine. We were conducting the trial workshop in the Knight’s Templar School, about 1.5 hours from central London in a town called Baldock

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A little about us..

PPL PWR is a rag-tag group of volunteers, researchers and organisations celebrating sustainable technologies and innovation.

The aim of the collective is to inform and inspire people to engage with this research and create a space for both individuals and groups to share knowledge with each other. We will also provide opportunities for those involved to demonstrate and educate the public in a fun and engaging manner at festivals and other events.

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So who’s involved with PPL PWR?

Anyone with an interest in sustainability who is doing something about it can get involved!

Here are a few companies who are already part into the community… 

Comp-A-Tent specialises in festival waste – providing analysis, feedback and services to make festival events greener – inclusing compostable tents, fully recyclable tents, crew evaluation tools and pre-prepared festival ‘survival’ kits. 

 

UCell are a team of PhD students, lecturers and industrial partners based in the Electrochemical Innovation Lab in UCL working on electricity production from hydrogen.

 

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The Gaia Gallery is the UK’s first carbon neutral, touring sustainability boat venue. Built by canal-side communities through a series of natural building and renewable technology courses. This unique, award-winning space showcases permaculture design and celebrates the canals that act as natural corridors in the city.

Who Can Get Involved?

VOLUNTEERS

Come help out on one of our projects days, or join PPL PWR at Festivals. We always need the help of PPL who want to make the world a better, more sustainable place.

PROJECT LEADERS

The core team includes researchers, start-up and talented individuals. Between them they lead projects, share their knowledge and grow PPL PWR.

GREEN BUSINESSES

PPL PWR supports organisations who are doing their bit to be green; building a network of like-minded businesses; providing insight & consultancy and connecting volunteers to opportunities.

So who’s involved with PPL PWR?

Anyone with an interest in sustainability who is doing something about it can get involved!

Here are a few companies who are already part into the community…