Electrify

Saul Griffith’s visionary, practical program for a US clean energy transition

In Electrify, the MacArthur prizewinning engineer Saul Griffith offers a detailed, optimistic and urgent roadmap for a climate-respecting energy transition that we can actually accomplish in 10–15 years.

There are a lot of popular science books out there, but the world really needs more…

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