the “bleeding edge” of sustainable electricity …

[…] San Francisco Public Utilities Commission general manager Harlan Kelly looks on the bright side:

“When we talked about 525 (Golden Gate), we talked about being on the leading edge, and sometimes the bleeding edge,” he said. “The point is we definitely learned a lot of lessons. … We had to try it out first.”

(Via ioxymoron, who points out: “They claim the building is a success because property values have soared, and the building is worth much more than when it was built. I don’t know if they factored in the sewage smell or not.”)

Should have stuck to gas.

sticking to gas power.

sticking to gas power.

(Via Tim Blair)

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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