Betting on green
Vinod Khosla thinks most venture capitalists are being too cautious with their green investments. But is his own approach too risky?
Here is a clip from the article . . . “Forget today’s green technologies like electric cars, wind turbines, solar cells and smart grids, in other words. None meets what Mr Khosla calls the “Chindia price”—the price at which people in China and India will buy them without a subsidy. “Everything’s a toy until it reaches that point,” he says.”
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