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Finchley Central: From Design to Dream Garden

How does an Energy Garden come to fruition? Follow Finchley Central to find out!  Finchley Central is slated to become the 32nd Energy Garden on the London Overground network with a final install date of 21 February. But launch day has been months in the making! Each garden is its own story of community engagement,…

Keeping London’s Urban Regeneration Inclusive and Community-led

What kind of example are we setting with our urbanisation model? London tops Knight Frank’s Global Wealth Report and yet, as of November 2018, fuel poverty affects over 350,000 homes in the city. The shiny glass and steel towers that are surging upwards across London are symbols of the rising wealth and income inequalities of…

Memo from a 2018 Energy Garden Youth Training Graduate

Memo from a 2018 Energy Garden Youth Training Graduate

2018 London Energy Garden Experience Words by Katy Mae Cockburn My name is Katy Mae Cockburn and I’m a seventeen year old East Londoner, living in Walthamstow. I attend Sixth Form in Leyton, commuting by bus twice a day to and from school. Being a resident of London my whole life, the city’s environment is…

Rediscovering The Matriarch in Our Business Models

Rediscovering The Matriarch in Our Business Models

            Words by Agamemnon Otero and Kyle Baldock Love, support and generosity can be built into business. Matriarchs, who contribute this energy to civil society, have traditionally been pushed out of the business sector by men. Energy Garden is reconstructing a holistic business case based on the benevolent governance of the…

The Energy Garden Harvest 2018

The Energy Garden Harvest 2018

Bringing community energy to a rush hour near you This year’s Harvest was the first time we have branched out of our gardens and into the station itself; we literally set a stage in Shoreditch High Street Station for Energy Gardens first live performance with some of London’s best musicians. And the music worked: as…