Calling all energy pioneers

Wright, Martin
November 2005
Green Futures;Nov/Dec2005, Issue 55, p11
The article reports on calling entries scheme for sustainable energy intended for the next Ashden Awards. Last year's winners were mini-wind turbines for British households, biogas cooking fuel for Rwandan prisoners, solar power co-ops run by Bangladeshi women and micro-hydro plant designed by the Filipino rice farmer. Its aimed before was to celebrate schemes which prove that local sustainable energy can not only curb climate change, but transform the lives of the communities it touches.


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