We’re going to need a lot of solar panels.
This will really expand your mind. Casey Handmer makes the case that with the solar costs declining 30% with every doubling of production, an average doubling time of 3 years, and a little more time, we’ll soon see solar energy making it cost-competitive to generate natural gas from atmospheric CO2. The net impact is no more pulling carbon out of the ground to release it into our atmosphere! | learn more