At the same time, the book is not a prophet of doom but also touches upon electric vehicles, hydrogen fuel cells, drones, and even flying cars. Instead of fretting and fuming when you are caught in a traffic jam, read this book: it will not only calm you but, who knows, may inspire you to be a ‘green’ commuter.
The book also advises you on planning, designing, decorating or refurbishing your home to minimize electricity use while delivering the desired comfort and guides you on publicly available resources to learn more about energy efficiency.
This book asks a few inconvenient questions and provides some out-of-the-box solutions with the intention of enlarging the public debate around how the electricity sector should be regulated and developed going forward.
The authors aim to demystify the concepts and empower everyone to think and live green. For example, are you worried about polluted air indoors? Try a couple of houseplants. Living on the top floor? Try a reflective paint that can lower the inside temperature by at least a couple of degrees.