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Looking to understand the fast-changing world of energy? This isn't your ordinary energy business show. Every week, we debate and discuss the latest trends in energy, cleantech, renewables, and the environment. Join us as we explore the forces transforming energy markets in America and around the world.
 
The energy system is changing fast. Come explore the future with journalist Stephen Lacey and venture capitalist Shayle Kann. Each week, they'll take you on a tour of the global energy transformation, providing provide insight into technology trends, markets, and companies -- making for wonky and entertaining listening.
 
Hear from energy pioneers from across the globe who are accelerating the shift to clean energy by making their own electric power for their homes, offices, and communities. Join TED speaker and Solar Inventions CEO Bill Nussey and co-host Sam Easterby as they talk to the individuals who are disrupting the century-old grid monopoly and making clean, local energy a reality. Visit FreeingEnergy.com for more.
 
This bi-weekly podcast from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance shares powerful stories of local renewable energy, from mayors discussing their city’s commitment to 100% renewable energy to tales of innovative community owned solar to questions about the the best rooftop solar policy. Join host John Farrell, the director of the Institute’s Energy Democracy Initiative, as he asks if the 100-year-old monopoly market structure for electricity delivery makes sense in an on-demand, distributed ...
 
Energy Policy Now offers clear talk on the policy issues that define our relationship to energy and its impact on society and the environment. The series is produced by the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania and hosted by energy journalist Andy Stone. Join Andy in conversation with leaders from industry, government, and academia as they shed light on today's pressing energy policy debates.
 
There is so much to be angry about, if you are a clean energy guy. Every day, so many things that happen around the world make me angry when I look at them with lenses colored by the climate change chaos unfolding everywhere around us. And I am especially angry because I know we can solve the climate change crisis if we were only trying.Each week, I will share with you a few topics that struck me and that I was very angry about – and this will generally have to do with climate change, solar ...
 
Two investment bankers bimonthly explore how tech, finance, markets and regulations are radically redefining the world of energy: Renewable Energy, Electric Cars, Hydrogen, Battery Storage, Digitisation... your co-hosts: from Berlin, Gerard Reid and from London, Laurent Segalen. Our LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/redefining-energy/
 
Currents is a podcast published by Norton Rose Fulbright that features in-depth discussions on the latest developments in project finance. The podcast is hosted by partner Todd Alexander, who interviews key business leaders and policy makers to investigate important trends affecting the energy and infrastructure space.
 
The Land I Trust, an audio series by the Sierra Club, tells stories of special places under threat by dirty energy -- and how the transition to clean energy is benefiting people and the homes they hold dear. In our first series, we travel through the American South to talk with folks about the coal that is fouling their air and water, the dirty energy projects they're fighting in their backyards, and a shared vision for a clean energy economy that allows all of our communities to thrive. Fro ...
 
Welcome to the world's first Straight-Talk Solar Cast! This is your go-to podcast for answers about solar. Each episode we discuss questions facing people making the decision to go solar. The solutions to your questions are given to you - straight - by one of the leading experts in the solar industry, Jamie Duran, president of Solar Harmonics. Feel free to search our library for answers to questions that you're facing when considering solar.
 
In each episode, we will talk with leading campus professionals, thought leaders, engineers and innovators addressing the unique challenges and opportunities facing higher ed. and corporate campuses. Our discussions will range from energy conservation and efficiency to planning and finance, from building science to social science from energy systems to food systems. We hope you are ready to learn, share and ultimately accelerate your institution towards solutions.
 
Nathan Gambling known as BetaTeach hosts a podcast which discusses energy and the transition to low carbon technologies such as solar thermal and heat pumps. Nathan talks to engineers who work day in day out with these types of heating technologies. These renewable heating engineers not only champion energy efficiency to consumers but are the ones at the coal face discovering the challenges we face as we move towards net zero and decarbonising heat. The views expressed in these podcasts do n ...
 
The world faces a critical challenge: how to meet growing energy demand while urgently reducing carbon dioxide emissions. It means the global energy system must change. Will innovation come to the rescue? How will renewable energy evolve? Does the oil and gas industry have a future? Will batteries, hydrogen or even blockchain alter the way we live, work and travel? The Energy Podcast by Shell explores these questions. We speak to the engineers at the pioneering edge of science and technology ...
 
Unplugged features topics and stories from one of America’s leading electric cooperatives, Blue Ridge Energy. Electric cooperatives share a unique history that is etched into the framework of rural American life. Founded decades ago on a principle of bringing electricity to rural Americans left in the dark, electric cooperatives have become a beacon for economic growth and innovation in the less populated pockets of the United States. On Unplugged, host Jacob Puckett, interviews guests on a ...
 
Grid Connections is about how our electrical grid is becoming the intersection between the next generation of electric transportation, new digital technologies, and grid infrastructure. Join us as we learn about these topics in discussions with experts and leaders ranging from C-Suite executives to industry regulators.
 
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In episode 4 of our Energy Renewed podcast series — host Katie Janik, asset management advisor at ICF, speaks to Paul McGuire who was part of the team that created a short circuit program that eventually became Computer Aided Protection Engineering (CAPE) software. Katie is also joined by Baldwin Yeung, VP of CMY Solutions, who discusses the impact…
 
In the spring of 2020, as the COVID-19 crisis started hitting the energy sector hard, many refiners made the tough decision to dramatically cut back capital spending plans and operating costs for the year in order to weather the storm. While these cuts were swift and sizeable, they were not absolute — they couldn’t be, given that refining is a capi…
 
This episode was recorded mid 2020 Nathan discusses heat as a service with Matthew Lipson, Dave Smith and Jayesh Kanbi. Matthew works at https://es.catapult.org.uk/ (energy systems catapult) and has experience working at the Dept of Energy & Climate Change (now the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy ) and the Climate Change Commi…
 
Renewable Energy passed the tipping point as both wind and solar became the cheapest new sources of energy in 2020, trillions in investment moved to renewables and solar boomed in Canada despite COVID-19 and the miserable economic climate. Green Energy Futures CKUA Radio Podcast. www.greenenergyfutures.ca…
 
In this week's episode we review the pro's and con's of electric heat pumps. Specifically we discuss the electric heat pump by https://www.facebook.com/MRCOOLcomfort and how they tested their universal heat pump in -24 degree weather in South Dakota. Inside, with the heat pump, the house was 70 degrees. Plus, since heat pumps use electricity solar …
 
On today's episode of Vice Versa we talk about Nio's solid state plans, GM dropping a lot of EV news including flying cars, Hyundai announcing their all electric sub brand Ioniq, and Sony's Vision-S making another appearance. Subscribe to the audio Podcast: https://www.viceversa.show/subscribe Watch Ricky at Two Bit Davinci: https://www.youtube.com…
 
Support the Show Patreon Friends of the Show Climate Report and Making Tracks Frunkpuppy James's Podcast "True North EVs" Jessica Kirsh Nick Howard Things I Like Soul on Disney+ News GM's New Logo Lordstown Endurance Pre-Orders Lucid Motors Going Public Apple and Hyundai Apple and Canoo VW Group EV sales up 200% Rivian Amazon Delivery Van Model Y S…
 
In this Episode, its Nostradamus vs. Cassandra: Laurent and Gerard share their predictions for 2021. 1) “The Empire strikes back”, legacy players in the Energy and Automotive sectors will bounce back 2) The unstoppable development of renewables 3) The SPACs valuation hang-over, most of them imploding after reaching unjustifiable valuations 4) The t…
 
Betsy Rosenberg is a veteran climate journalist, who wants to implement regular designated coverage of environmental issues on mainstream media. We discuss her vision of a major-cable-news-media world where global warming is treated as the top-of-the-masthead topic, with both dedicated discussion and integration into all the other fodder of the 24-…
 
After several years of development, Shell’s $6 billion Pennsylvania Petrochemicals Complex — the first of its kind in the Marcellus/Utica shale play — is really taking shape about 30 miles northwest of Pittsburgh. The facility, which will consist of a 3.3-billion-lb/year ethylene plant and three polyethylene units, is in its final stages of constru…
 
France is set to overhaul the mechanism intended to boost competition in the country’s electricity market, but the measure’s complexity as well as disputes over the potential break-up of energy major EDF could see the government postponing reform. This week’s episode discusses the French solution for competition, and why there may not be a resoluti…
 
Is nuclear power the only we can reach net-zero emissions or is it a threat to civilization and a distraction from other low carbon sources of energy such as solar and wind? Green Energy Futures teams up with the Energy vs Climate Podcast. We hear from hosts Ed Whittingham, Dr. David Keith, Dr. Sara Hastings-Simon, and special guest MP and former G…
 
BlocPower CEO Donnel Baird is on a mission to clean up old, inefficient buildings in America’s cities -- and help people who are exposed to the worst pollution. BlocPower was founded in 2012. It’s raised venture capital from Kapor Capital and Andreesen Horowitz. But that process was not easy for a company with a mostly non-white leadership team. As…
 
In this episode, host Caitlin Howley, director of child welfare and education at ICF, examines the issue of racial equity in Appalachian education. The conversation with Director of the Regional Comprehensive Center, Kandace Jones, and First2 Network Program Coordinator, Jade Irving, covers such topics as: Why racial equity in education matters so …
 
We are going to build a lot more wind and solar over the coming decades. It will inevitably lead to oversupply of these resources on the grid. But is that a good thing? That’s the focus of this week’s show, featuring a conversation between Shayle Kann and Columbia University's Melissa Lott. The stars have aligned for a rare win-win-win situation: S…
 
Just before the holidays, the Federal Regulatory Commission issued its final decision on the oil pipeline index rate for the next five years. The what?? Well, once rates for interstate oil pipelines are set and accepted by FERC, the rates can move around to match the market, but any increases are capped by an annual index announced by the FERC each…
 
More than any other single person, Zac Goldsmith - or The Right Honourable Lord Goldsmith of Richmond Park as he is properly known – is responsible for the UK Conservative Party’s relatively recent conversion to the cause of the environment. Bio Zac Goldsmith has devoted his entire professional life to the environment – first as editor of the Ecolo…
 
According to the State of Alaska website, the state’s name derives from the Aleut alyeska, meaning “great land.” Today on Sea Change Radio we talk about The Last Frontier, and some of the threats to its greatness. A week before the November election, the Trump Administration opened more than 9.3 million acres of old growth stands in Alaska’s Tongas…
 
It’s been a chaotic start to the new year for propane. In the past 12 days, the Mont Belvieu price is up over 15%, closing on Tuesday at 87 cents/gallon — the highest since October 2018. The usual culprit of winter weather has something to do with it, but not just in North America. Over the past couple of weeks, frigid temperatures in Asia, along w…
 
The news flow has started off 2021 with a bang! Saudi Arabia surprised the oil markets announcing a voluntary 1 MMB/d cut to their production for February and March. The Democrats gained two seats in the Georgia election, granting them greater power in the US Senate. The stock markets saw the change as a positive signal for clean energy companies. …
 
On this episode of STEMoirs, Dr. Amanda Youssef talks about her journey from Lebanon to MIT, the cultural differences of working in Germany and France (hint: may involve sunbathing after work and hiking on weekends), and now living on the west coast of the US. We hear about oxygen complexes and crystal defects in silicon solar cells, how she naviga…
 
Hydrogen energy is a key part of Europe’s plan to zero out carbon emissions by mid-century. But can the bloc build hydrogen capacity, and demand, in time to reach its goal? --- In August the European Commission introduced its strategy to aggressively expand the market for hydrogen energy as part of its plan to go carbon neutral by the year 2050. Th…
 
John D. Powers, vice president, global renewables and cleantech at Schneider Electric, joins us for a close look at trends in the corporate renewable energy market. We discuss how an organization can best accelerate its carbon neutrality efforts, Schneider Electric’s Gigaton PPA Program with Walmart, whether other organizations can replicate the pr…
 
SKOON are a very smart company indeed. They have seen that events, workplaces, remote workplaces seem to be running on dirty diesel generators Peter Paul van Voorst, founder of SKOON talks to Robert about when they first met and how they intend to change the world, bit-by-bit. There are four reasons to go to www.fullycharged.show. Fully Charged Liv…
 
Much the way that COVID-19 accelerated the trends toward working from anywhere, shopping online, and exercising at home, the pandemic and its far-reaching energy-market effects fast-forwarded the challenges that many North American midstream companies had been expecting to face more gradually through the 2020s. The good news — if you can call it th…
 
Matt and Sean discuss flywheels and how their old-school approach may have future energy storage applications. And how they hold up against lithium ion batteries. Also: a continuation of the Polly Platt filmography, Karate Kid lives on, and Sean tries to say the word "contact" (in a hidden bonus at the end). Watch the episode: https://youtu.be/8X2U…
 
In this episode, we talk with Kenny Seeton, central plant and energy manager at California State University Dominguez Hills. The wide-ranging conversation spans everything from LED retrofits to solar powered golf carts. Kenny talks about how to safely take risks and how to connect systems seeking continuous improvement. He offers up sound advice fo…
 
Support the Show Patreon Friends of the Show Climate Report and Making Tracks Frunkpuppy James's Podcast "True North EVs" Jessica Kirsh Nick Howard Things I Like The Patrons News NHTSA investigates "Pedal Misapplication" Apple and Hyundai may be teaming up Hyundai confirms Apple partnership Model Y Standard Range Tesla to build a $25K in China Mode…
 
On today’s episode of Vice Versa we’re going to be talking GM building electric vehicles for Honda, Waymo no longer using the term "full self-driving" and instead using the term "fully autonomous" and throwing shade at Tesla, the Tesla Solar Roof expansion picking up steam, and more. Subscribe to the audio Podcast: https://www.viceversa.show/subscr…
 
In the final moments of 2020, the most important U.S. energy legislation in a decade flew in under the radar, attached to the coronavirus relief and government funding bill. It’s an astonishing collection of measures. It sets aside $35 Billion in new funding for clean energy R&D, phases out some of the most egregious greenhouse gases, and extends t…
 
The long slow MA legislative process finally produced a good climate bill. It now sits on Governor Baker’s desk, in limbo and awaiting his signature. If the Governor fails to sign it, there may be no new policy for years. Listen in for some good reasons to support this bill.By The Massachusetts Climate Action Network
 
If you are looking for a way to focus on 2021 without reflecting on the last 12 months, we might have a deal for you. That’s because Permian natural gas and oil production is starting off this year at levels very close to where they finished 2019. That’s right: as far as the Permian is concerned, you can almost skip entirely over 2020 and pick up r…
 
In this week's podcast we discuss the recent historic events, including the pricing of @Bitcoin topping $40,000 per coin. We discuss how to get paid in Bitcoin mining, how solar plays a role in Bitcoin and mining, and the long term reasons to buy, hold and mine Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Brought to you by Solar Harmonics in Northern Califo…
 
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