How a tiny Scottish island relies on wind, water, and solar energy
BBC, 15 Nov 2021
The community living on the Scottish Isle of Eigg were the first in the world to set up their own off-grid energy system powered by wind, water and the Sun.
The tiny island has shown it’s possible to rely almost entirely on renewables.
Since it was launched in 2008, they have received visitors from several other countries wanting to learn more about the project.
Community Energy Malawi, who help to set up renewable energy systems across Malawi, used their experience to set up a solar minigrid in Sitolo village, a community that previously relied on fossil fuels and firewood.