it gets deployed over a period of months. And you could actually end up with millions of users around the world,” he said.
are going to solve this problem don’t exist yet,” he said, adding that “most of the technologies that exist don’t have the potential to be cost-effective with fossil fuels. That’s not just because they are expensive
now. They will get cheaper.”
behind their back. Where, basically, it’s all tilted against them because the real value of them is their environmental benefits – and we’re not willing to price those.”
Climate One, The Commonwealth Club HQ, San Francisco (November 3, 2011)