We need a whole system approach to energy policy

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Energy efficiency and low carbon development must be prioritised to provide long-term energy security and economic benefit, argues Professor Geoffrey Maitland from the Royal Academy of Engineering

Energy policy must continue to be a top priority after June 8, whoever wins the general election. Leaving the EU will pose threats to security of energy supplied from abroad, whilst ageing infrastructure...

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