To address this issue, Michaela Johnston undertook a residency project in North Wales, focusing on the village of Pencader. The project explores how renewable energy technologies can be integrated into pre-existing practices and environments to generate electricity while minimising environmental harm. Pencader provided an interesting combination of living arrangements that relied on the surrounding environment to sustain their way of life. Many parts of rural Wales have geographical limitations particularly in the installation of solar panels due to the undulating landscape which presented a challenge when integrating productive renewable technologies....................................................
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