468: Solar veteran says Mobility is “Next big thing”, Matt LeDucq, CEO Forum Mobility

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Matt LeDucq has 15+ Years of experience in renewables, specifically in developing solar for some of the biggest names in the industry like Nextera. He’s overseen more than $5Billion in transactions in EPC, OEM and long term investments, and has deep experience leading transactions for utility scale solar, community solar, stand alone storage, electric vehicle, fuel cell & microgrids. If you’re like me, you’re probably wondering “what would this guy who’s had such a macro view on the rise of renewable energy think is the next big thing?”

Mobility.

Specifically, Matt says that Electrification is the next big thing, and mobility is the pathway to get there. It’s an interesting way to think about the problem, right? Not necessarily the destination or outcome (Electrification) but the vectors or pathways to get us here (Mobility).

If you’d like to hear more about his journey, then you’ll DEF want to queue up today’s SunCast episode.

To learn more, read the transcript, see timestamps, see the other links/resources from my research for the interview, or to connect with Matt, check out the show notes over on the blog.

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