Predicting the Future of Energy via Fast Company
It is hard nor to discuss the future of energy be it in a social context, professional or simply on the bus on the way to work. Climate conversation is everywhere, even our governments are scrapping over solutions.
A big question is how we will use renewable energy in the coming decades every day. Will solar be relevant in 2 years, as Andrew Fallshaw states, what happens to redundant solar technologies in 5 years, can we recycle that? Will we use more nuclear, or less? There are predictions, documentaries and books everywhere about what our shared future looks like and how we will best use and create energy.
Thankfully, Fast Company have completed a round-up some of the most exciting (and upsetting) predictions and whilst they don’t admit to having a crystal ball to say which of these will end up being correct, someone is going to look like a genius.
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