Paul Deane: ‘You have to wonder if all those SUVS are necessary’
In the third part of the
Paul Deane is a senior researcher in University College Cork with expertise in the science, policy and economics of energy systems.
Deane spends a lot of time thinking about the future of our energy consumption. He tries to understand how we will heat our homes, fuel our cars, use our land and generate electricity in a cleaner way. Using computer modelling tools, he probes different energy futures from a technical, societal and an economic perspective....
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