Monica Oliphant: “When I started, people who promoted renewable energy were regarded as tree huggers.”

This week, Anne-Sophie Garrigou, journalist at The Beam, interviewed Monica Oliphant, a pioneer in solar energy research, who has been, among other things, President of the International Solar Energy Society, research scientist for the Electricity Trust of South Australia for 20 years, and professor in three Australian Universities.

Monica Oliphant: “When I started, people who promoted renewable energy were regarded as tree huggers.” was originally published on CleanTechnica.

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Monica Oliphant: “When I started, people who promoted renewable energy were regarded as tree huggers.” syndicated from Clean Technica

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