Energy is so much a part of our daily lives that we often forget its value and the fact that it has a price. However, with the digitalisation of services, teleworking and new means of transport, society is becoming more and more 'electrified' and electricity consumption is increasing.
At the same time, sustainable development goals such as Energy Strategy 2050 and the energy crisis require us to diversify our resources by making room for renewable energies and energy efficiency. But how, and at what cost?
Today, more than ever, it is important to understand the value of energy.