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Two schools and a college from Lowestoft implement energy saving techniques into their learning environments.
Poplars Primary School have benefited from a visit from the Green Energy Machine and now have a team of energy monitors, and Denes High School focuses on energy-saving workshops to make others aware of the importance of energy saving activities.
Students from Lowestoft College look into the use of biofuel in cars and enter a competition to gain funding for to make their college more energy compliant.
The determined pupils relay their messages to one another in alternative ways, all hoping to make their environment more energy efficient.
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Part of the series: Inspirations