Part I: The Age of the Electron

Electrification

Despite how ubiquitous the electricity grid has become, it still constitutes a minority of total energy consumption. This will rapidly change.

Decarbonization

Natural gas, solar, and wind will continue to surge at the expense of coal and oil.

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James McGinniss

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Thought Follower. Co-Founder at David Energy. I’m on Substack now! https://jamesmcginniss.substack.com/

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