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Students at NYSF 2015 had the opportunity to hear from Emma Colenbrander from Pollinate Energy, a non-profit organisation that provides people with access to affordable solar products, including battery torches, desk lamps, room lights and hanging lights. Their main area of operation at the moment is in India where people live in tent cities without electricity. Pollinate Energy was started by alumni of the University of New South Wales' School of Engineering.

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Emma Colenbrander from Pollinate Energy with NYSF 2015 Session C students

You can read more about their work below, as well as the work of other UNSW alumni who have used their networks and the resources of the university to make their research into real products.