09 May '11, 4pm

Why clean energy can scale today

I am delighted to announce that ClimateProgress has a new journalist/blogger/podcaster-extraordinaire, Stephen Lacey. He is joining us after 5 years at renewablenergyworld.com . He will be reporting and pod-casting on a range of issues, but focusing especially on the reality of clean energy today — how it is ready to scale up — while kicking the tires on what works and what doesn’t here and around the world. I asked CP readers weeks ago, “What would you like to know about clean energy? ” and “What investigative reporting would you like to see? “ We are going to deliver as much of what you asked for as possible in the coming year. Join me in welcoming Lacey, whose introductory post follows: Throughout my years covering clean energy, I’ve found that people involved in the field generally fall into two camps. The first camp – typically made up of investors, engineers and deve...

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