Energy Journey: A Journey Into Darkness Could Shed Light On Why We Take Our Energy Supply For Granted


As I was making lunch for my daughter last week, the lights went out. Marty Whelan’s soft tones disappeared when my devices clicked and turned off.

In the countryside, power cuts are expected every few months. I had started to like these blackouts as a forced break from everyday life.

However, with the potential for widespread blackouts this winter, we need to think about our energy use. Do we need these power cuts to wake us up?


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