New venture – Art and Energy launched in Exeter

At the beginning of the year, we had this idea.
“Wouldn’t it be great if we could re-invent the solar panel in Exeter
in the same way that Elon Musk reinvented the electric vehicle.”

What if solar panels could be beautiful…
What if solar PV could be an art material for the future…
What if we could make solar art ourselves?

Obviously this is a ridiculous idea…But actually, it’s all possible!
And with help from Exeter Velocities, we’ve taken steps to bring this exciting project into reality.

We’re working with the University of Exeter renewables department to transform the look of solar panel energy generation through art in order to:

  • Brighten up our communities
  • Celebrate our diverse cultures
  • Inspire others to consider renewable energy

Over the next year we’re going to work with friends across the city to:

  • Test stuff
  • Run workshops
  • Find new friends
  • Make something supercool in Exeter

Can you help?

Please tell us what you think.

We know that we are in the early stages of bringing this project into reality and would really appreciate your support and suggestions.

Please do share this with anyone you think might find it of interest. We are still looking for friends!

Come and find out more

We’d like to invite you to find out more and help us launch our new venture at:
6 Paris Street, Exeter
14-19 May 2018
(10-3 each day)

Come and learn how

We’re holding some workshops during Art Week Exeter

Build your own solar charger – 24 May
Electrical Art Challenge – 25 May

Keep in touch

Read more on our sparkley new website

 

 

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