Apply for a free trip to explore Nepal and build green energy solutions with Renewable World
This November, our charity partner Renewable World (RW) are heading out on a seven-day trip to Nepal to bring one of their solar energy projects to life in Dhangadhi. And you could go with them, on us.
That's right: one lucky customer will have the opportunity to join the RW team on this incredible trip. They'll...
Spend three days building a solar-powered water pump in Dhangadhi
See first-hand how RW saves carbon and improves lives using clean energy solutions.
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Explore Bardia National Park
Spot Royal Bengal tigers, wild elephants, rhinoceroses and rare Gangetic dolphins on a 2 day jungle safari
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- You'll fly out on the 10th November and arrive back on the 17th
- All expenses and travel are covered.
- You’ll travel with a team of nine people, including someone from the Octopus team (we're all really nice, promise. Start storing up your energy questions now!)
- We’ll send a full itinerary to the winner early next week.
- Applications close Wednesday 9th October at 11:59pm.
Dhangadhi is Nepal’s second largest city, boasting a population of 146,000. They face serious waste and sewage issues in their water supply with most main rivers across the borders being heavily polluted.
You’ll support local teams to help install a solar water pumping system. This technology harnesses solar energy and uses it to pump water from its source to tap stands throughout.
Your role in the team could be anything from building a tap stand, helping construct a reservoir tank or digging a trench for a pipeline — saving thousands of hours of treacherous journeys.
You'll get a chance to travel to Jugedhara, where a solar water system is already up and running. See first-hand the difference that's been made to the community, and the benefit it's made to their day to day lives – at no carbon cost!
Just answer a few quick questions, starting with why you think you'd be a perfect addition to the project team.
Find out more about Renewable World
We've been working with RW for years, supporting their fantastic green energy projects to help communities move away from their reliance on heavily polluting (sometimes dangerous) fossil fuel energy. From solar-powered water pumps to renewable micro-grids and solar powered refrigeration, RW work with locals to create custom solutions to improve the lives of community members.
Read more about our work with them here, or head to their site to find out more about the different stuff they've got going on.
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