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Co-Founder & CEO, Yonder

Getting stuff done, getting ideas off the ground. Energetic entrepreneur, engineer by training, distinct enemy of all administrative hurdles, general staff officer, wordplay aficionado, solar...

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My thoughts on how distributing power generation solves two problems at one go - increasing the use of renewables, and decreasing grid dependency

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Matt Chester on Oct 20, 2022

We're at a pivot point of the first true transformation of the utility sector in 100 years. The model is changing exactly in the ways you're talking about, and it will solve some problems, create some new challenges as well, but there's no putting this genie back in the bottle. 

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Jim Stack on Oct 21, 2022

Asong as the micro GRIDS are interconnected ot will be great. The Texas isolated GRID is what caused them so many problems this past year. Being able to work together is very important. 

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