You can download ‘Tick-Tock: A graphic novel about energy, ownership and community’ from this website. The story follows Gwenno Jones, a grandmother living in the village of Betws as she begins to question our current energy system and discovers the potential for community-owned renewable energy to contribute towards a sustainable future.

Follow the tabs above to download the story and to download teaching resources  to be used alongside this story. The resources that coincide with the graphic novel include more information about renewable energy and community energy along with a teaching plan for teachers who would like to use this package to discuss community energy within the classroom. Links to websites and short explanatory videos can also be found under the above tabs.

For more information about this project, please contact: sioned.haf@bangor.ac.uk 

Funded by the Bangor University ESRC Impact Acceleration Account (IAA).