..."The guerilla must move amongst the people as a fish swims in the sea" is that climate/energy investments swim in the larger sea of the markets....".
We've also had fewer posts that had no immediate insight into current conditions, the thinking being that the long term is composed of a series of short terms.
We're changing tack with this post, the technology involved could be a game changer and investors should be aware of it. From earth2tech:
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology said this week that they’ve found a way to etch onto a chip lines less than 25 nanometers apart. This has huge implications for lowering costs across the chip industry, including for photovoltaic cells used in solar panels.
Chip makers are always striving to cram more transistors onto a chip in order to increase the processing abilities of a semiconductor. But at the same time, chip makers are also trying to put more chips on a wafer, so there’s a need to make the chips themselves smaller. It’s like putting more and more penguins on a shrinking iceberg....MORE