First solar-powered TED event to kick off at the South Pole
The first ever TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) event to be powered by solar energy will finally kick off on the 6th of March at the South Pole. With hopes to prove to the world the usability of solar energy in one of the harshest environments ever, the TEDx Antarctica will be headed by Darren McGann from KPMG. To be broadcasted life from the Neko harbor, the TEDx event is eager to prove the fact that if alternative energy works efficiently even at the south pole, the rest of the world, particularly equatorial regions shouldn’t find it so hard to power up with solar power. We wish the participants in this event all the luck in send across a powerfully green message to the world as a whole.