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Solar energy can help stop involvement in messy foreign oil wars

In the decade since we established Mypower, we’ve always believed that the case for solar energy isn’t just about carbon emissions; for a country like the UK, increasingly dependent on energy resources imported from some not entirely reliable countries, it’s about energy security and removing the historic need to get involved in messy foreign wars to protect fossil fuel supplies.

This view is becoming more mainstream, and is highlighted in a week when things are getting hairy again in the Arabian peninsula.

This article in The Guardian by Vermont scholar Bill McKibben, sums things up nicely…

 

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