Rockall is an uninhabited, remote granite islet that has been a point of interest for adventurers who have managed to land on the tiny island. The occupiable area of Rockall is just 11ft by 4ft and is subject to frequent bouts of adverse weather conditions. The land is considered too small for a housing development of any kind, however as of 6 June 2014 Nick Hancock has accepted a charity challenge to stay there for 60 days in a yellow water tank. Nick is keen to record his adventure and will be using renewable energy in the form of a wind turbine to power his laptop and other equipment.

I shouldn’t imagine his pizza delivery will arrive within 30 minutes…

Good luck Nick!

Read the full article at http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/energy/windpower/10882869/Adventurer-sets-up-wind-turbine-on-Rockall.htmlp