Ringing in the new: Powering through to a clean energy future
- Jan 23, 2021 2:35 am GMT
This item is part of the Special Issue - 2021-01 - State of the Industry, click here for more
For most of 2020, uncertainty has defined almost every aspect of our lives — social, emotional, economic, political, business — we’ve been caught in what feels like a perpetual state of ambiguous limbo. Though we’ve officially welcomed 2021, we are still in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic that’s left many of us feeling like a deer in the headlights, not sure if we should go right, veer left, duck, jump as high as we can, or standstill.
But there are points of light at the end of the tunnel — a clean energy-friendly administration in the U.S., a much-anticipated COVID vaccine, a renewed commitment to reducing carbon emissions and a strong focus on keeping the lights on, no matter what. A year from now, when we look back on 2021, what are we likely to see? How will the energy industry have changed forever, and what aspects of the old normal will revert to a pre-COVID world?
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