14 Jul 2016

Geoffonomics: The price of clean, green electricity

From Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm, 2:15 pm on 14 July 2016

We're now into the coldest time of the year, the time when we fire up Huntly power station and everyone's power bills go through the roof. We are supposed to be weaning ourselves off fossil fuels by the 2nd half of this century but can we do it without the lights going out and our power bills exploding?

Economist Geoff Simmons from the Morgan Foundation discusses the economics of renewable energy.

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