London Street Transformed into Solar Power Station by Artist The increasing concern for the climate crisis, energy crisis in Europe 

many individuals to reevaluate their energy sources and seek out alternative solutions. One couple, Hilary Powell and Dan Edelstyn, both artists 

Lynmouth Road, where they live in a narrow brick house, is now the site of their Power Station project, which aims to help their neighbors switch from relying on fossil fuel power plants 

The Power Station project is more than just a solution for their neighborhood’s energy needs, it is a symbol of the community’s commitment to the environment 

The couple’s innovative and forward-thinking approach to energy usage serves as inspiration for communities around the world, 

By working together, we can make a significant impact on the planet and create a brighter future for generations to come.

Hilary Powell and Dan Edelstyn’s idea to turn their street, which has “Power Station” signs in the windows, into a solar power station was sparked during the pandemic. 

According to Edelstyn in an interview with EcoWatch, the couple were previously busy creating a film about the origin of money and why everyone is in debt 

Powell and Edelstyn initially envisioned that their whole street, Lynmouth Road, would have access to free electricity under cooperative management