To achieve our objectives, we need to move beyond early adopters and evangelists. Being to proud to be counted in both categories when it comes to cleantech, It's obvious we need to, and are moving on. You only have to look at the acquisitions and investments in cleantech by utilities and oil companies to see that.
As Matt Allen, CEO of Pivot Power so eliquently put it on the recent 'This week in cleantech' podcast. You can be the biggest climate change denier in the world, but you can't argue with the economics!
Viva le Revolution. (Let's not forget, money can be used for good just as much as it can for bad)
“This wealth creation comes with a significant amount of investment requirements and investment risk. Governments, policymakers and grassroots support have got us to this stage in history, now it’s business that will drive the transition to a cleantech future,” she said.