The Future of Renewable Energy: Quayle Hodek at TEDxMaui 2013

About the Presenter:
Called one of the “7 Hottest CEOs ” by Treehugger. com and one of Red Herring’s “Top 25 Entrepreneurs under 35,” Quayle Hodek is a pioneer in the field of renewable energy. As the CEO of Renewable Choice Energy, Quayle has been on a mission to convince companies that switching to renewable energy is the right thing to do, for the planet and the bottom line.

About TEDx:
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

20 Responses to The Future of Renewable Energy: Quayle Hodek at TEDxMaui 2013

  1. Kadin Hernandez says:

    Expect lower expenses with your home’s energy consumption in the future with generating power technique “boma fetching unique” (Google it). Its an excellent place to start saving money by making some small adjustments in your home. You can be an individual who wants to save the environment or a family man wishing to save on bills, this is definitely among the best methods you will have.

  2. Thomas Krohn says:

    "Although the blades are as long as two-semi trucks, there are light enough to be picked up by two people"
    A blade is about 10-20 tons. When you say two people you're talking about two people sitting in a heavy-duty Crane?

  3. Gabrielle Balan says:

    I'd like to purchase the $12 portable model. Where I could get one. I'm from Haiti, I know a lot of families with pupils and students who would buy one. With much appreciation. Many thanks to Quayle Hodek. I like your vision.

  4. Martin Kikonyogo says:


  5. J Rybar says:

    Juan's company Quetsol is now called Kingo (, and has installed systems in over 25,000 homes throughout rural Guatemala with plans to expand internationally this year. It works under a new innovative prepaid technology, where there is no upfront costs to get the service, and customers pay only for what they use. Please reach out to us on Facebook ( if you are interested in learning more or collaborating with us.

  6. Greg White says:

    The future of renewables is nuclear, minus the renewables.

  7. Greg White says:

    The future of renewables is the dustbin of history. Gen. IV nuclear is the answer.

  8. J H says:

    I hope his company is building shrouded wind turbines. It's my understanding that they produce 3 times as much energy.

  9. brazilianniceguy says:

    This guy just want to sell things.
    That poor comoving people need to improve basic human conditions other than light their poverty. I mean clean water, sewer system, food security and basic education, at least.

  10. Seros Kal says:

    Thorium is the answer. You're welcome.

  11. Tremayne Douglas says:

    Lifefe changing. Link up fellow Renewable Entrepreneurs. I'm in Jamaica

  12. GuyVelella says:

    Renewables is a religion. Ignore the laws of physics and pretend it could provide cheap energy.

  13. Tony Rosati says:

    Ah NO.  Wind does not power 100% of Whole Foods.  How about tell the truth for a change.

  14. tubular master says: Help me make a difference!

  15. Callum Paterson says:

    hes just trying to find a new market, like google offering wifi to africa or apple giving remote communities free laptops.

  16. John Benton says:

    See? You do not need fossil fuels to become wealthy.

  17. Jim Leyshon says:

    Well how about that? I know someone who has done a TED talk. Good stuff, Q! There are champions and then there are heroes. Go dog go!

  18. Styles Manufekai says:

    Totally Economically Driven

  19. Korea is One says:

    Will using renewable energy solve our problem of climate change? Reduce the need for fossil fuels? Lower electricity bills?

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