The way the world produces and consumes energy is changing. How can we meet the needs of the future?

How will we emerge from the 'energy transition'? Image: REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Morgan Bazilian

Director, Payne Institute for Public Policy, Colorado School of Mines

David G. Victor

Professor, University of California, San Diego (UCSD)


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