In times of strife, now for example, waste is ubiquitous and arguably wasters are rife. Despite moving in the last 52 years from the moon landing to a Mars landing (albeit for Perseverance rather than a human) we have to, in an era of Café shutdowns and retail demise to actually disposing of millions of thousands of tonnes of products like milk, sugar, countless varieties of fresh produce and the service of millions of workers who have to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.

Such is the world we live in. Full of inherent inequality, masses of underemployed skilled labour and rampant waste.

Electronic charging, battery manufacture and the elongation of life are the 2021 dilemmas, how can we preserve, capture then recreate energy rather than letting it pass us by and run to waste?

This I truly believe is the dilemma that is solvable. We have moved from the Sinclair C5 to the Tesla over a period of 5 or 6 decades. It’s now the time to crack on.

Robert Peach

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Relationship development consultant in the private, public and non profit sectors. Reads and writes a lot too.