I think that loans to stimulate growth and hiring in the renewable energy sector right now is about the strongest case you're ever going to see for government loans to private companies. If our economy was booming, I would oppose it. If the loans were going to just random businesses, I would oppose it. But when you have both those interests aligned and you're both getting the immediate return of jobs today and securing our economic prospects for tomorrow, I think that's a good investment. Does it carry risk? Of course. It's an emerging market. That's the whole point, to push the boundary and get out in front. That means some of the companies will go bankrupt, but some of them will become the next generation's GE. That's just how it works. You don't win every bet you put down on the table, but if you're betting on the right sector, you win in the long run, and renewable energy is clearly the right sector.