I'd like to know if anyone would like to discuss the idea of a public organization that uses it's funds specifically for building renewable energy infrastructure. There are plenty of organizations that educate, lobby, and promote renewable energy. But how much of the funds they receive actually go towards building renewable energy infrastructure? I would like to see an organization where that is their primary mission. As far as I know, that doesn't currently exist. Maybe some of us could start one. Starting such a fund is no small task. It would require enormous commitment and responsibility. Kind of the idea I see for how this would work is as follows. Overhead needs to be kept to a minimum, so funds are not wasted. The overwhelming majority of the funds needs to go directly towards building renewable energy infrastructure. Operators of the fund would begin making connections and developing contacts with power companies, renewable energy companies, politicians of any consequence, and renewable energy and environmental organizations (environmental and renewable energy organizations could surely provide some advice and, eventually, support). A panel of parties (some combination of donators, fund operators, and industry experts) would make decisions on what projects to put funds towards. Initially, these could be residential or commercial projects anywhere in the USA (and maybe Canada). Maybe start small, in order to show progress when funds are limited, and grow the projects to larger sizes as the fund grows. Donators would be provided with details and history on all projects over time, so they will always be able to see how their money has been put to use. Donators could potentially be provided with some say on what they want their particular contributions put towards. Right now, I just want to get the discussion started. Sort of a feasibility study. I would appreciate any input. But I am serous about it. I would be willing to donate a lot of time and money to this. Thanks.