Communicating Zero Power culture

Tiny, invisible green resources are hidden at the bottom: microenergies.

The challenge is to recycle them understanding the physical phenomena upon which energy transformations are based and this process relies both on knowledge and imagination. But the ability of scientists to imagine, describe and interpret the invisible nano world won’t be enough, if not combined with the ability to communicate these new landscapes within the scientific context, to the stakeholders and to the general public.

Science understanding and communication combined can make microenergies and the zero power culture comprehensible and relevant for every citizen.

Piezoelectric footprint

 

 

European events to promote the Zero Power culture

 

Micro-Energy Day