Clean Disruption - Why Energy & Transportation will be Obsolete by 2030

Tony Seba is the author of “Clean Disruption of Energy and Transportation”, “Solar Trillions” and “Winners Take All”, a serial Silicon Valley entrepreneur, and an instructor in Entrepreneurship, Disruption and Clean Energy at Stanford’s Continuing Studies Program. His work focuses on clean energy, entrepreneurship, market disruption, and the exponential technology trends, business model innovation, and product architecture innovations that are leading to the disruption of some the world’s major industries, such as energy, transportation, infrastructure, finance, and manufacturing.

In this talk at the Swedbank Nordic Energy Summit in Oslo, he presents the case for the coming disruption of the energy and transportation industries, and why that disruption is coming sooner that we expect. In just over a decade, the world moved from horses to cars; displacing a transportation system that had been in place for millennia. The combination of electric batteries and solar energy is set to do the same for energy production, storage, and transportation.

There is also a good (shorter) summary of this talk on the Electrek website: