Which just so happens to be a key plank in most greens' vision of the energy future.a deep (and very wonky) interview with Australia's Renew Economy, Hughes said that he doesn't think rooftop, distributed solar will disrupt our current centralized system of electricity production and distribution.
I don't have too much commentary to add here other than to say: the politics of the major renewable energy players consistently surprise me.
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