12 march - 26 april 2016 Parco dell’Acqua ASM Gianni Panella

Largo Torrelunga, 7 - 25121 Brescia
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21 march - 11 april 2016 Università Cattolica di Brescia

Atruim Aula Magna, Via Musei 41, Brescia
Monday to Friday, h. 8am-7.30pm
Free entrance

previous editions:

1-18 march 2016 - Università degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca
viale Piero e Alberto Pirelli 22, Milano

1-15 february 2016 - Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
via Nirone 15, Milano

2th december 2015 - 31th january 2016 - Salone Clienti A2A
Via Francesco Sforza 12, Milano

from 7th november 2015 - Università degli Studi di Milano
Via Festa del Perdono 7, Milano

17/06 - 18/12 2015 - National Museum
of Science and Technology
21 Via San Vittore, Milan

11/5- 5/7/2015 - Cascina Triulza
Civil Society Pavilion - Expo Milan 2015

1/10 – 23/10 - Politecnico di Milano
Polo Bovisa, Via La Masa 34


WAME presents the “Energy Corners”, two exhibitions-installations to discover just what it is like, for many communities in the world, not to have access to modern energy.

“Energy corners” accompanies visitors with information and data, stories and personal testimonies from different countries and continents, all connected with the desire to win the challenge of access to energy for all.

No access to electricity and clean cooking systems is a problem affecting almost three billion people on our planet. It is harmful to health, the environment, a fair society, education, economic development and gender equality.

The multimedia used in the exhibition illustrates the main aspects of the problem and the many solutions implemented in the world by non-government organisations, institutions and businesses. It also offers ideas to reflect on, to help us understand what energy represents for our society and for the future of all of us.

The Energy Corner at the EXPO is located in the Civil Society Pavilion in Cascina Triulza.
The other Energy Corner will be held from June at the Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology in the centre of Milan.

Both underline important aspects of the subject, such as the contribution made by non-government organisations that work in the field of co-operation and development to bring modern energy to communities who lack it. Both illustrate innovative technological solutions capable of providing new answers to the primary needs of humanity.