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You can’t see it, you can’t smell it and you can’t hear it but electricity makes our way of life possible – and the way it’s managed is undergoing radical changes. Securing sustainable and affordable energy supplies in the future means that how we satisfy our energy needs is changing. And that means the demands we place of our energy distribution networks is changing too.
This Monday delegates to the United Nations Climate talks heard South African President Jacob Zuma call for meaningful progress. “For most people in the developing world and Africa, climate change is a matter of life and death,” he said. “In these talks, states, parties will need to look beyond their national interests to find a global solution for the common good and benefit of all humanity.” It was rather a good talk. The President made all the right noises.
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