Speaking Out: Energy 3.0

Although today we still rely on an energy infrastructure that was built and continues to operate on an energy platform originally designed over 100 years ago, the future lies in a decentralized model that will see consumers producing more of their own energy, not only to share with one another, but also to customize for their own, personal use.

Until now much of the focus surrounding the energy agenda hasn’t been on the consumer, but on the supply of energy, its infrastructure and the engineering behind it. Questions remain about the future of the world’s energy supply,  from our dependence on oil imports and the controversies that surround fracking for shale gas to the long-term feasibility of renewable energy sources. We also must develop a more optimized solution to distribute

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