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Picture of the Week: The Enormous Changes coming in Global Energy

image credit: IEA
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Gerard Reid is is focused on assisting people and organizations in the energy and mobility areas who are struggling to understand and come to terms with unpredictable and rapid change going on...

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A great picture from the International Energy Agency (IEA) from their latest World Energy Outlook summarising the enormous changes we have to make to our energy system in the coming years…main conclusions are: electrify as much as we can, make sure that electricity is clean, improve energy efficiency and cut down on fossil fuels usage. 
 

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Matt Chester on Nov 1, 2021

I love these type of graphics. They seem to be begging to be made into an interactive, educational tool to teach those outside the energy industry about what the situation really is. 

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