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The Le1 Because the Le1 is a fully functioning charge controller, all students need to do is hook up a power supply and they can charge their phones and light their homes. But every home is different and every area has different resources, so someone’s electricity will also come from different sources. This is why…

Our mission is to inspire, educate and support the next generation of energy innovators in Zambia.   Students working on an Le1 In order to achieve this mission we have developed an engaging curriculum which teaches students how to build an electricity supply able to provide 4 hours of light and charge one mobile phone…

Testing hand cranks in our workshop Access to electricity is going to be more and more important. Electricity is a form of energy. Everyone needs energy. It is essential to everything we do. We use it to light our homes, we use it to keep us warm, we use it to keep us cool. We…

Renewable Electricity: Future Energy Predictions It probably comes as no surprise that the way we generate and use energy is due to change drastically over the next twenty years. From placing consumers at the heart of energy decisions, to finding innovative sustainable solutions, here are some predictions about energy of the future. Consumer Led Energy…

We’re still buzzing here at the Local Electricity Project. We’ve just landed back in the UK after delivering a really exciting Le1 workshop in northern Greece. We were lucky enough to be invited out by Habibi.Works: an extraordinary organisation which empowers refugees from Kartika refugee camp to create solutions and share skills by providing a…