A group of British schoolchildren have amazed environmentalists, seemingly inventing their own renewable energy solution.
Using thousands of upcycled toy windmills to create mini wind farms, the kids - based in Windsham, a small village in Solarfield, Warwickshire - have managed to generate enough electricity to power a nearby Scout hut and kindergarten for the last three months.
Thanks to sophisticated sensors in the ground, converting the wind power into electricity is simply a breeze, says Nigel Watts, 11-year-old Team Leader and physics enthusiast.
“It really is a ground-breaking piece of technology and we love that we can have movie nights safe in the knowledge we’re being entirely self sufficient.”
E.ON Next is excited at the prospect of helping the group pioneer this astounding technology, and one day bringing it to our customers.