We need heat and light for our homes and workplaces; but could we manage it without burning fossil fuels?
So who are the best ‘green energy’ suppliers? Is it worth putting solar panels on your roof? Or changing your boiler? Should the council be investing in solar schemes? Or micro generation projects, so that our energy came from a local (and therefore more efficient and resilient) source?
What about our homes? Could a Victorian terraced house be retrofitted, so that it was near zero carbon?
To explore these and other energy-related questions, here’s the latest information that we could find.
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In this book, Chris Goodall proposes using hydrogen to fuel our trains, boilers and heavy industry, and electrifying buses, trucks and cars.
In a 7-minute Ted chat, energy experts, John Doerr and Hal Harvey, discuss decarbonising the grid and electrifying everything. It can be done - but will it?