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Interview with ABB Solar & Microgrid Expert Maxine Ghavi (Exclusive Video)

Maxine Ghavi is one of my favorite people in cleantech. She’s always so nice to speak with, is super friendly, and doesn’t come across as a stuffy corporate executive. She’s also a true cleantech geek. She headed up ABB’s solar power work for almost 4 years, and is now the program director of its broader microgrids division.

If you’re interested in cleantech, I think microgrids are one of the most exciting topics that could come up at a dinner party, so I’m eager to see what Maxine and crew have cooking up. She had just switched roles when I caught up with here down in Abu Dhabi in January, so I asked her a few broad questions about solar and microgrids, waiting to get into the nuts and bolts at a later point in time. Here are my questions and her answers:

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