The discussion was lively and sometimes even a bit heated over the highly debated matters. Starting from the basics of climate change the discussion quickly moved to technical side of solar energy systems. In these, Asghar was the professional to share his insights about solar energy technologies and their feasibility. Participants even got to see some of the latest technology, like photovoltaic solar panels on backpack, laptop and bigger panels exhibited on the wall of Energy Garage. The conversation continued to topics like complexity of the energy field and how many different things affect it, especially not forgetting the political nature of energy production through subsidies. In this area Sihto-Nissilä was able to support the conversation with her vast knowledge of the field and offered good discussion points on energy policies in addition to the complexity of the whole field. From there on topics like energy storage, centralized vs. decentralized energy systems, netmetering and latest climate deals with USA and China were discussed among with some lively debating arising for and against nuclear power.