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The inevitable industries’ that will decarbonize the world

Low-cost, high-capacity clean energy is opening the door for a broader set of deep-decarbonization solutions.

This is a sponsored podcast made in collaboration between Intersect Power, Post Script Media and Canary Creative.

Sheldon Kimber has spent the last 20 years developing energy projects. He’s overseen the build-out of billions of dollars worth of large-scale solar plants.

Getting those solar projects in the ground wasn’t easy. Abrupt national policy shifts, international trade wars, and local regulatory hurdles made every megawatt a fight.

The stunning price drops in wind and solar weren’t inevitable. But they were predictable – partly because people like Sheldon were building renewable power plants at a consistent pace. 

Today, all that cheap renewable power is opening up opportunities in other areas of the economy. And as CEO of Intersect Power, Sheldon is building a portfolio of massive solar and battery projects that can enable predictable cost drops for other low-carbon solutions.

In this episode, produced in collaboration with Intersect Power, Stephen Lacey talks with Sheldon Kimber about his vision for the inevitable industries that will arise from low-cost clean electricity.

Read Sheldon’s article on the nexus of deep decarbonization.”

Intersect Power is a clean energy company bringing innovative and scalable low-carbon solutions to customers in retail and wholesale energy markets. Learn more about Intersect’s projects and business model.