We take electricity for granted – never giving a second thought to how it’s made. Now, for this major new OU/BBC FOUR observational documentary series, one of Britain’s controversial Big Six energy companies, SSE, has let the cameras in. Filmed over a year, this is the surprising story of an army of workers battling to keep our power flowing.
As series co-producer, we've collated a range of content to help take your learning further and complement Power to the People. You can:
- See how many homes you can power throughout the UK with our interactive.
- Learn more about the nuclear debate with these articles outlining the pros and cons.
- Try a free course on energy with units on nuclear power or renewable energy.
- Take it further with The Open University and see what we offer.
The first epiosde of Power to the People will air on Tuesday 17th November at 9PM on BBC FOUR. Full broadcast details and watch again links can be found on bbc.co.uk
You may also like to view our postgraduate research energy prospectus.
You can also look up energy research themes on The Open University energy website.