As you read this, imagine the energy that is woven around you, perhaps in the wires branching through your walls, the rumble of motorised wheels, or music floating in through an open window. Whatever form it takes, energy is ever present yet hidden, powering our lives through a relationship that is both increasingly complex and disconnected from its source.

Changing the orthodoxy of our current energy system has never been so important. We are running out of time to rely on slow-moving market mechanisms to make this shift. The roll-out of renewables is not being prioritised by authorities ...


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