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Student - MEng Electrical Engineering (Power and Energy), University of Lincoln

I am a full-time student at the University of Lincoln, studying an MEng in Electrical Engineering (Power and Energy). I aspire to understand, utilise and advance sustainable sources of energy to...

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  • Jan 29, 2021

It's great to see an increasing number of world leaders committing more to sustainable energy sources like wind. Job creation, economic recovery and growth, port revitalisation, energy security, clean electricity and a reduction in your nation's carbon footprint - wind energy seems like a no-brainer to me.

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Matt Chester on Jan 29, 2021

Thanks for sharing, Christopher-- is there anything you'd been hoping to see from the new administration's energy policies that hasn't been signaled yet? 

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Christopher Durham on Feb 1, 2021

No problem Matt. I would like to see some significant investment into other parts of the grid - not just the generation stage e.g. energy storage systems, demand side response, a focus on making the grid smarter, and more investment in EV infrastructure and incentives to purchase EVs.

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