Hermann Scheer in California, at Google, hosted by MIT and GABA

I am increasingly thinking of myself as a solar revolutionary or, at least, a solar evangelist in the spirit of Hermann Scheer, whose advocacy for solar and renewable energy is as much a social revolution as it is a technological revolution or energy revolution. That revolution entails the dismantling of central utilities and ISOs, and their accompanying concentration of political power and, I daresay, corruption of the regulatory apparatus such as utility commissions and FERC.

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