James Marlow started the
Georgia Solar Summit
in a few years we’ve gone from four to forty solar companies in Georgia, and
“Stop talking about what we’re going to do in the future,
and start talking about what we’re going to do in 100 days.”
He directly challenged Gov. Deal and the legislature.
“This is about goodness and light, and sound economics.”
The next speaker (didn’t get his name, sorry) ran through some statistics,
93,502 U.S. solar workers: doubled since 2009
No other industry is growing like this.
A telling comparison:
1GW nuclear power station takes 10 years to build.
In one month Germany installed 2GW of solar last June.
Germany, which is far north of Georgia.
Georgia has far more sun.