Thanks to Robert Pollin, Ph.D., For His Contribution to “Is Renewable Really Doable?”

If you want to see a resume’ that’s “as long as your arm,” you may want to check this out.  If you do, you’ll understand why I was so happy that Dr. Pollin agreed to speak with me and convey his sense of the economics that underlies the migration to clean energy.

Among other things, Dr. Pollin serves as Professor of Economics and Co-Director of the Political Economy Research Institute, University of Massachusetts-Amherst. He also functions as a consultant to the Energy Department on implementing the Obama Administration’s stimulus program.

I am very grateful to Dr. Pollin for his help with the project, and I know readers will find his insights quite enlightening.

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One comment on “Thanks to Robert Pollin, Ph.D., For His Contribution to “Is Renewable Really Doable?”
  1. greg chick says:

    I like a person who an over achiever, we need more people to be like him. I suspect I will learn more now that I signed up for newsletter. There is hope.
    Greg Chick

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