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Forming part of outer London, the Borough of Brent in the North West. Brent borders the boroughs of Harrow to the north-west, Barnet to the north-east, Camden to the east and Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, and Kensington and Chelsea to the south, and Westminster to the south-east. Economically Brent is a relatively impoverished part of the Greater London conurbation and has the fourth worst levels of child poverty throughout the whole of the Greater London area. Given its relatively impoverished status it should come as no surprise that both the residents and the local government have seeking ways in which to reduce ordinary citizen’s household bills. One of these ways has been an exploration into reducing annual energy costs, and this has been done with a particular emphasis on investment into renewable energies such as solar power and solar panel installation. It should come as no surprise therefore that a raft of specialist companies that specialise in the installation of solar panels to both domestic users as well as commercial and business users have sprung up within the Borough over the last few years. The Comparison website Renewable Energy Hub lists at least thirty five companies that are either based in Brent or nearby and service the needs of the population of the Borough. This impetus to cater for the growing need of solar panel installation has also been backed by initiative stemming from the local community. One such initiative for example is the ‘Run on Sun’ initiative organised by the Friends of the Earth of Brent’ which has been taking its message of solar power and renewable energy into the schools of the Borough. The project has been helping the schools to install solar panels within the school premises themselves. It is suggested that whilst Installing PV panels initially involves a fairly substantial financial outlay, in the long run it will bring significant monetary savings to schools, and at the same time will ensure that schools are playing an active role in combating the very real dangers of climate change. The group also believe that this also has a strong educational value, allowing children of all ages to play a part in protecting the environment, and giving them an understanding of positive actions they can take to safeguard their future. The installation of solar panels in the Borough of Brent therefore is slowly being seen by its new generation of children as a natural and common sense approach to the production and supply of energy and power and solar panels are quickly being seen emerging upon the Borough’s landscape. Initiatives like the Run on Sun campaign being taken into the schools forms a vital aspect of the education process that we all need when it comes to the urgent problem of sourcing alternative forms of meeting our future energy needs. In this respect the Borough of Brent can be said to be leading the way, not only within the Greater London area itself but also nationally too.