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The challenge for the utopian working day is to develop an idea about alternative energy futures and create a story for energy change.
The Stories of Change team will entertain Utopian Fair goers w... Read More ›
Stories of Change
By Ryan Bramley
Our foremen (and forewomen!) at Utopia Works may have specified a six-hour working day, but the energetic conversations amongst workers spilled out long into lunchtime and supper â€... Read More ›
By Mel Rohse
### A Symphony of Energy?
On Friday 20 May 2016, I travelled to Derby for an exciting day of activities on the theme of utopia and energy future as part of the Connected Communities U... Read More ›
By Tom Beesley
Arriving for an 8.30am start at The Silk Mill in Derby with the prospect of a full days graft ahead felt a little daunting, after all, the mill stands on the site of the worldâ€™s fi... Read More ›
### ENERGY, HACKING
On the day we were preparing for Utopia Works Energy Hack at Derby Silk Mill, with partners from across a number of factories along the Derwent and Don Valleys I found myself r... Read More ›
"In Utopia they have a six-hour working day - three hours in the morning, then lunch - then a two-hour break - then three more hours in the afternoon, followed by supper. They go to bed at 8 p.m., and... Read More ›
We're proud to announce that *Windywhirly Things* has been nominated for an [Arts and Green Energy Award](https://www.regensw.co.uk/news/projects-nominated-for-arts-and-green-energy-awards).
[Emily... Read More ›