After numerous attempts, a desperate plea from the governor, and some pot-sweeteners to industry, legislators in California finally passed an extension of cap-and-trade to 2030.
It’s a big deal. California is the world’s seventh-largest economy. With Governor Brown vowing to fill in the climate-diplomacy vacuum left by Donald Trump, it would have been a huge setback to let cap-and-trade languish. We'll look at the significance.
Then, can geothermal heating and cooling follow the path of solar? Dandelion, a new startup spun off from Google X, is betting on it.
We'll end with a look at the wave of executive departures from SolarCity's team in the aftermath of the Tesla acquisition.
This podcast is sponsored by Mission Solar Energy, a solar module manufacturer based in San Antonio, Texas. Visit Mission Solar at the upcoming Solar Power International conference at Booth 3975. You can find out more about Mission’s American-made, high-power modules at missionsolar.com.
- GTM: California's Extension of Cap-and-Trade Provides More Certainty to Cleantech
- BlogX: Introducing Dandelion
- GTM: SolarCity Co-Founder Peter Rive Is Leaving Tesla
- Bloomberg: At Tesla, Departures Mount at a Critical Time
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