“We have a massive, massive problem. If we want the next generation to have any chance, it is non-negotiable: we must completely shut down fossil fuels!” When the talking about the climate crisis, businessman Gilad Regev becomes distinctly more forceful in his manner of speaking than normal.
I am meeting the (Israeli-born) founder of the Latvian energy company Windfire on a Saturday morning in a cafe in Riga’s Silent Center.
We are joined by the company’s British CMO Jonathan Howard, who lets Regev do most of the talking, althoug...
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