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O Rudgard, Power cuts ‘will become more severe’ as electricity use explodes, Daily Telegraph, 16 June 2021, p 2

In UK, The Government’s independent advisory committee on climate change predicts greater impacts of power outages following the increasing dependence on electricity for vehicles and home heating, raising its present energy usage from 20% to 65% by 2050. This is particularly important since extreme weather conditions are inevitable, even if emissions fall (This should be read in conjunction with the previous abstract

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Journal title: Daily Telegraph

Keywords: Recharging - 4 Propulsion - 4.2 Battery-electric vehicles -

Subjects: Electricity generation Renewable energy

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