Aberdeen Community Energy raised £1.25m from local investors and switched the hydro on in September. It’ll power 130 local homes, and is part of wider work to make the riverside a beautiful place for locals. Photo: Aberdeen Community Energy
The 20,000 refugees living here in Jordan had only sporadic access to electricity. But a big solar park in the desert has changed that. It means free power for lighting, fridges and phone chargers. Photo: Ikea Foundation.
After a dedicated 114 of service, Finland’s oldest ferry has moved into the 21st century and gone electric. The "national treasure” will take people across the river zero-carbon-style in Turku. Photo: flöschen.
Repower Balcombe community energy installed solar panels on this school a few years back. Now they’ve installed batteries, meaning the school can store and then use their solar power when they need it.
Since Fiji was hit by a cyclone, healthcare centres have suffered from unreliable power supplies. Now, solar fridges are being rolled out so life-saving medicines and vaccines stay safe when the power goes out. Photo: Maggie Boyle/DFAT.
The London Taxi Company have just opened their newest factory in Coventry, and it’s electric cars only. It’s the first factory in the UK that’s dedicated to making electric vehicles. Photo: The London Taxi Company.
As of 1st January 2017, all electric trains in the Netherlands are 100% powered by wind. And trams in Melbourne, Australia, are not far behind - next year they're planning to be 100% powered by the sun. Photo: FotoSleuth
Berwickshire Housing Association just switched on three new wind turbines. They will use the money they make from the turbines (£20m over 25 years) to build 500 new homes. Photo: Berwickshire Housing Association.