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Editor’s note: grid investment, insufficient progress and inequality

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ESO is proposing to connect a further 21GW of offshore wind power to the UK’s electricity grid in an ‘efficient and co-ordinated way’ (Photo: Johanna Geron/Reuters)

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Big infrastructure projects, from bridges to wind farms or nuclear power stations, will always be of interest. However, policymakers are increasingly aware the more boring, “joining-the-dots” stuff is just as important if the transition to net zero is ...

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