#HeroesofFreeingEnergy: Vikram Aggarwal

Growing up in India, I experienced the shortage of electricity very personally. We did not have access to uninterrupted, good quality power. The thing that always bothered me was a thermal power plant I could see from my house. It was burning coal to produce electricity for the City of Delhi.”

#HeroesofFreeingEnergy: Gabriela Herculano

“I close my eyes and I can almost see – I can see the world in 2030 being fundamentally a different place. Cars, as we know them, will cease to exist. They’ll be computerized power plants on wheels. It will change everything, and it’s going to be extremely fast.”

#HeroesofFreeingEnergy: Luis Reyes

“What gets me most excited is that we’re finally going to deliver a product that anyone in the United States can use, and the world. We’re breaking down these old myths that this can’t be done, when here in north central New Mexico, we’re doing it.”

Monthly Local Energy Headlines and Analysis

The clean energy headlines from May 2022 including EV models that are cheaper than their gas-fueled equivalent, the European Commission’s rooftop solar mandate, and more.

#HeroesofFreeingEnergy: Jorge Elizondo

“I started a small wind turbine company in Mexico. And then in 2010, we discovered that solar panels were just getting so cheap that small wind turbines were a hard sell. So I got into MIT, moved from Mexico to the U.S., and completed my PhD on the question, ‘If you could build the grid again, how would you build it?’