`The Future of Energy’

Writing in Newsweek, Kevin Maney talks about the Future of Energy and Elon Musk’s long term plan to kill Big Oil.
US_Solon_21MW_solar_photovoltaic_plant_Image_SolonHat tip to Peter Sinclair at Climate Denial Crock of the Week where I first found the mention of the article, and at Rawstory, which reprinted Maney’s article in Newsweek with persmission.

I am not posting an excerpt because Newsweek wants their income, but it’s good to read this, since I have learned and argued similar things elsewhere on this blog.

Die größte PV-Dachanlage in der Region Hannover und eine der größten Anlagen in ganz Niedersachsen zum Zeitpunkt der Fertigstellung.

Die größte PV-Dachanlage in der Region Hannover und eine der größten Anlagen in ganz Niedersachsen zum Zeitpunkt der Fertigstellung.

About hypergeometric

See http://www.linkedin.com/in/deepdevelopment/ and http://667-per-cm.net
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