Join the debate! Should bills be capped? Or would that discourage much-needed investment and slow the transition to green energy?
Should we all be using our cars less? Or are we focusing too much on decarbonising the transport sector and not enough about other, more carbon-intensive sectors?
Is smart technology the answer? Or is greater public awareness needed? Do we really need a computer to turn our lights off for us? Join the debate!
When will electric cars become the norm? In Europe, we’re still a long way from that point. Sales of electric cars represented just 1.2 % of all new cars sold in the European Union in 2015.
Global demand for energy will increase by almost 50% by the year 2040. Some of that demand is expected to be met by renewables, but a greater portion is likely to come from fossil fuels; oil, coal, and natural gas.
How important is it that energy stays cheap? We had a comment from Bódis, who believes that securing cheap energy is vital to keeping Europe competitive.