Public Universities Can Spur Renewable Energy - Page 2
This just goes to show that unless we try something new, there's no telling what we might achieve. There will always be naysayers and skeptics who come up with plenty of excuses why solar power simply won't work: no money to build it, no one to build it, no consumer demand for it, no way to store the energy, it's unreliable because it depends on sunshine, it makes the landscape ugly (as if spewing smoke stacks don't), on and on the excuses go.
For those who are brave enough to try new things, who are willing to take calculated risks to explore new enterprises, to these people will belong the power of knowledge, experience, and expertise. These will be leaders in renewable energy as others who were too timid to have taken the lead play catchup. Which team would you prefer to belong to?