One of the really refreshing things about the green-technology industry is that people are willing to argue with each other on stage. It's a new industry, after all, and no one knows whose shiny vision of the future is going to be right.
Case in point: Hermann Scheer, a member of the German Bundestag and the author of Energy Autonomy, taking venture capitalist Vinod Khosla down a peg during a roundtable discussion at Pacific Gas and Electric in San Francisco this week.
Khosla began by saying alternative technologies will have to provide energy for a lower price. "If … Read more