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Sustainable energy transition

04 September 2013

Why is it taking so long to switch to sustainable energy, and why can’t it be done on a larger scale? Do we need to change construction methods because the traditional building methods create so much building waste? Dr Anne Beaulieu, who is project manager for the Groningen Energy and Sustainability Programme (GESP), is looking forward to finding the answers together with her research team.

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