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I am professional energy journalist, writer and editor who has been chronicling the renewables and fossil fuel energy sectors since 2008.  I am passionate about the energy transition, so much so...

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  • Oct 11, 2021

What does the energy crunch teach us about the energy transition?

The unfolding global energy crisis has added urgency to the slow-burning debate on the role of reducing demand to achieve climate objectives. The trouble is, most people are looking through the wrong end of the telescope. When markets turn febrile, the first casualty is perspective.

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Matt Chester on Oct 11, 2021

If nothing else, there's so much value in being willing to watch what's happening (in this or any other event: Texas grid, California blackouts, cyberattacks, etc.) and adjusting our assumptions and way of thinking. The transition is necessary, but the path there was always going to be a complex one. Hoping those in charge are always open to need information, research, data, and adjusting as necessary!

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