Entrepreneurial LSE Alumni

Two LSE graduates are helping re-purpose London's phone booths.

From The New York Times

 Two entrepreneurs are transforming some of the city’s decommissioned red kiosks into green Solarboxes, which they say can charge up to 100 phones or tablets a day.

Kirsty Kenney and Harold Craston, two geography graduates from the London School of Economics, are behind the initiative. They won 5,000 pounds ($8,000) to finance the project this year in a Low Carbon Entrepreneur competition sponsored by the mayor of London, Boris Johnson.

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