Accommodating many different fuels will require substantial infrastructure investment, as each fuel is turned into electricity through a different process. Drilling rigs, pipelines, mines, mills, and transmission lines will all be needed. Planning permission will have to be obtained for new reactors, solar panels, and wind farms, along with the associated supporting infrastructure, such as data technology and port capacity. Sufficient infrastructure investment would represent substantial progress towards energy reliability. With proper planning, we can ensure a resilient and secure energy supply accounting for the increased risk of energy disruption. To minimize the effect of any disruptions, it is important that we increase the energy efficiency of our economy by improving our buildings, bringing new technologies to market, and strengthening awareness of energy efficiency efforts by providing understandable, usable information directly to energy consumers.
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