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What Will Turn Us On in 2030? Going Off Campus: The Challenge of Scaling Up Cool Lab Toys

Billions of dollars each year are poured into the development of solar, nuclear, biological, and other energies to substitute for fossil fuels. But so far, issues of cost, efficiency, and scalability call into question the arrival of the next era of energy. Can any alternative sources become viably competitive with fossil fuels? What can we -- as individuals, businesses, and governments -- do to accelerate the rise of clean energy? In this video, Bryan Walsh talks with Wim Vermaas, Tom Hicks and Daniel Betts about the challenges of scaling up cool lab toys. For more information about the event: http://www.newamerica.net/events/2011/what_will_turn_us_on_in_2030
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