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As I started doing the research, it became clear to me that electricity was far more important than we gave it credit for. If you look at the statistics, electricity accounts for more carbon emissions than anything else, including transportation. It is also our number one source of energy use. We use more energy to make electricity than we do for anything else.

Maggie Koerth-Baker is a science editor at She’s recently written a book called Before the Lights Go Out. In it, Koerth-Baker explores how our energy systems were built, how our infrastructure functions and what that all means for the future. Courtney Flatt spoke to her for EarthFix.


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