Avoiding Sunstroke: Assessing National Competitiveness in the Global Solar Race
November 04, 2013
Bibliography: Jeffrey Ball & Jonas Meckling, Avoiding Sunstroke: Assessing National Competitiveness in the Global Solar Race: Results from a Scenario-Planning Workshop at Stanford University, November 4, 2013 (organized by Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance at Stanford University and the German Federal Ministry for the Environment).
Stanford University’s Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance and the German Ministry for the Environment brought together some 20 top global solar executives for a day-long workshop at Stanford in summer 2013 to probe a crucial but little-explored question about the economic competitiveness and impact of this small but rapidly growing energy sector. At issue: What will the globalizing solar industry look like in 2025? Which sorts of companies, and which countries, will do what?