Today we are joined by Matthew Klippenstein, a chemical engineer who’s spent his career in decarbonistation to talk about climate science, climate change, renewables and politics.
Matthew Klippenstein is an engineer with 20 years’ experience in the clean energy sector, ranging from fuel cells and electric vehicle infrastructure to wind and solar energy. He has tracked the Canadian electric vehicle market since 2013 and writes for the National Observer.
A few links of interest:
www.thedrive.com/tech/27065/the-b…-all-perspective. <– “batteries are exoskeletons”
www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read…e-dark-knight <– predicted (sort of) that the public would eventually perceive Elon Musk as a villain, back in 2017