Tony Seba

Stanford University

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Tony Seba on KCRW

The cost of fossil fuels is going up, while the cost of solar power is going down.  The tipping point has already arrived in many developing countries.

The Coming Age of Solar Power

The cost of fossil fuels is going up, while the cost of solar power is going down.  The tipping point has already arrived in many developing countries.

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In the 1980’s, there was skepticism about the economic viability of cell phones.  Now, most of the world’s poorest people can afford them.

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In the 1980’s, there was skepticism about the economic viability of cell phones.  Now, most of the world’s poorest people can afford them.

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