Mixing a ginormous problem like climate change, unseen demand for offsets and theoretically uncapped supply with a revolutionary infrastructure technology and potentially drastic political tailwinds is a pretty bad recipe for making predictions. It results in a wide range of possible outcomes. When we usually predict what going to happen next we look at the present and try to extrapolate. In the past, technologies like the automobile, computer, the internet and renewables therefore were systematically underestimated oftentimes by ignorance and even malintent to protect the status quo. But even enthusiastic inventors and insiders oftentimes did not foresee how much potential their technology could develop. This is a long way of saying: Most of my predictions below will be wrong . Nevertheless, it’s possible that some of them might be too conservative although they might sound unimaginable to some readers.