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Executive Director -- Sustainability & Energy Management Stanford University

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Across the world, community by community, people are building systems and societies we need to reverse the tide of catastrophic climate change with economically prosperous and equitable community-wide and industry solutions. Join veteran of the global electric power industry, Lincoln Bleveans, Stanford Universities Executive Director of Sustainability & Energy Management, as he reveals what utilities and communities can learn and gain from their sustainable “smart campus”.

 

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Bob Meinetz on Apr 3, 2021

"...we need to reverse the tide of catastrophic climate change with economically prosperous and equitable community-wide and industry solutions."

Lincoln, the "economical prosperity" of renewables developers in California is being financed by captive electricity customers, who pay among the highest electricity rates in the nation.

I'm looking forward to your explanation of how that can be considered "equitable".

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