Agree with Vinod. Hype has not helped cleantech. We need people who understand technology, get the long-term development cycle in clean technologies, and understand the impact of disruptive technology on society.
Khosla, a legendary venture capitalist and one of the most active investors in cleantech through his firm Khosla Ventures, said some of the books that have helped generate buzz were “probably written by English majors who could not get a real job,” he said onstage at the AlwaysOn Summit at Stanford University.
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