What does the future of global energy look like? If we really knew the answer to that, we wouldn't be sitting here writing this blog post. But we know it's an important question, and if you agree, keep reading: That question also forms the central impetus of Switch, an exploratory energy documentary heading to the Landmark Mayan for a featured stint starting October 21. Shot in eleven countries over two years, Switch examines the industry's most confounding issues and polarizing solutions with interviews from scores of experts -- and you, dear readers, have the chance to see it for free. Continue reading to find out how.
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