That the renewables were expensive and expensive the receipt of the light was a lie. But the regime’s press turned that slogan into a mantra, and by dint of repeating it, it was fixed in the collective subconscious of this country. Now, as it is becoming increasingly difficult to point to renewables as the cause of the rise of light, the official discourse has had to devise other solutions: the drought is to blame (climate change); or the wind has it, that has left us; or have the French nuclear (damaged); or has Yoko Ono …

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