17 Jun '11, 8am

Watch me, @james_bg, @jessicabg, @timothymarkwebb and even @KevSinc master the workings of a @vestas Lego wind turbine!

Forget football tournaments and motivational away-days, here at BusinessGreen Towers we have found the perfect team-building exercise, and it comes in a cardboard box filled with hundreds of small pieces of plastic. No, it's not a miniature representation of the plastic soup of waste floating in the Pacific Ocean, but a limited edition Lego onshore wind turbine kit, courtesy of the kind people at Vestas . It took two consecutive Friday afternoons, plus some extra time battery hunting, for the editorial and marketing teams at BusinessGreen to deliver this renewable energy spectacular. And to mark the occasion, we made a video for all to enjoy.

Full article: http://www.businessgreen.com/bg/feature/2078399/businessg...

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