Image featuring the five global music artists for the On Top of the World video.

On Top of the World

Access to cleaner energy can help change lives. Join five international artists as they celebrate five cleaner energy projects in On Top of the World. 

On Top of the World | #makethefuture
Helping to power London's buses with coffee

Helping to power London’s buses with coffee

For years coffee has been energising our morning commute, and today – thanks to the power of collaboration - it is helping to fuel London buses too.

See how coffee powers bright ideas

In this Section

Make the Future Live 2018

Make the Future Live, featuring Shell Eco-marathon, is returning to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London from July 5 – 8, 2018. More information coming soon.

Lates

Make The Future Live Lates are a series of lively debates about the future of energy. Engaging and challenging, they’re forums where you can listen to some of the world’s sharpest minds share their ideas about meeting today’s energy challenges.

The Schools programme

Get your school involved in Make the Future Live – a four day festival of ideas and innovation hosted by Shell in London, in summer 2018

On Top of the World

Access to cleaner energy can help change lives. Join five international artists as they celebrate five cleaner energy projects in On Top of the World. 

Turning gravity into light

How do you create light from a pile of rocks? GravityLight is on a mission to bring a renewable source of light to those with no access to electricity. 

Making Santa Marta brighter

Insolar bring together volunteers, community partners and job trainees to implement solar energy. It is supported by Shell.

A new spin on efficiency

What if we could capture the wind created by passing cars with roadside turbines, and turn it into usable energy?

Akon lights up Africa

Shell and Akon unveil Africa’s first player- and solar-powered football pitch in Lagos, celebrating the potential of renewable energy.

We’re making gas cool

Cooling natural gas turns it into a liquid. This shrinks its volume, making it easier to ship and releasing less C02.

The man who lit the way

Deprived of electricity as a boy, Refugee Abdishakur Mohamoud returned to Somalia as a man, bringing with him a plan to take energy to the people.

A breath of fresh air

Household air pollution from cooking kills over 4 million people every year. See how a simple idea could change that.