Welcome to WindAid Institute !
WindAid Institute provides volunteer projects in Peru for people taking a gap year, career break, retirement or time out from education, employment or training. School and educational programs, corporate programs and programs for youth organizations can be tailor-made to suit specific requirements.
Sharing the experience
Jeffrey Lind : Northampton Community College
I will quote Margaret Mead “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed,Read more.
Stephanie Lohberg: Florida-USA, Renewable Energy Development Program at GE Power & Water
“My experience at WindAid was unforgettable. They were so welcoming and created a true cultural immersion experience. And the bestRead more.
Alexander Orchard: Spain-Materials Engineering at Imperial College London
“Words fail to express my gratitude and admiration towards WindAid and the mission it believes in. I really didn’t knowRead more.
Aaron Calhoun: Pennsylvania-USA, Northampton Community College
“My time working with WindAid has proven to be one of the best experiences of my life. I was initiallyRead more.
Lucy Rees : England – Sustainability Consultant at RES Design, Long & Partners
“WindAid’s positive impact on the communities it touches is clear to see, making working with like-minded people to raise awarenessRead more.
WWF Perú – Oficial Asociado de Cambio Climático y Huella Ecológica
“WWF Perú desea reconocer el gran esfuerzo y compromiso de la institución educativa WindAid, quienes con su constante trabajo empoderanRead more.
Spencer Truesdell: Texas-USA, Wind Turbine Service Technician Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
“Before arriving to Trujillo, I wasn’t entirely sure what I was getting myself into but by the time I left,Read more.
Stavros Eleftheriou : Cyprus – Electrical Engineering at Imperial College London
"I always wanted to do something special in my life, something I would be proud talking about. I was justRead more.
The Huaraz Telegraph
Installation of Highest Wind Turbine “…At an altitude over 5,000 metres, it will be the highest-located wind generator in theRead more.
Randimal Marasinghel: Sri Lanka-Aeronautical Engineering at Imperial College London
“You get the chance to change someone’s life by providing electricity and you get to interact with the community toRead more.
Alan Martin Almendras Guzman : Bolivia – Ingeniero Electrico en la Universidad Tecnica de Oruro
” “Energia limpia que mueve nuevas generaciones” Despues de mi busqueda por internet y la ayuda de un amigo llegoRead more.
Barbara Alimisi: Manchester – R&D Engineer at General Electric
“Volunteering with WindAid Institute for 3 months has been one of the most strong, interesting and rewarding experiences of myRead more.
A first month`s experience (February 2016)
Posted by Beth Brown on June 17th, 2016 Settling In My trip to Peru had been planned for months, soRead more.
Mike Davis : England – Mechanical Engineering at University of Exeter
“I loved every minute of my time in Peru, whether in the workshop, at the installation in Playa Blanca orRead more.
Nouya Chen: University of Edinburgh, China
“Volunteering with WindAid was one of the most incredible experiences I’ve ever had. Two months I’ve met and worked withRead more.
Oscar Bruce : England – Hardenhuish School in Chippenham
“This was a life changing experience for me and its helped me make decisions about what I want to doRead more.
Grace Tallarico: Pennsylvania-USA, Northampton Community College
“I got so much more out of the program than I expected. Not only did I get to contribute toRead more.
Genny Pang: Engineer at Munich-Germany
“I learned so much during my participation in WindAid’s programs, including how to build a wind turbine, methods for gettingRead more.
Eamonn Fetherston: Virginia – USA, Music Journalist
“Spending a month working with a team of like-minded individuals who are committed to building a sustainable future and bringingRead more.