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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.
 
Stephen Lacey and Andrew Leyland are your guide to Marvel's First Family, The Fantastic Four. Starting at the very beginning of the Marvel Age of Comics, they cover every issue of The Fantastic Four, every spinoff title (Strange Tales, Marvel Two-In-One, FF, and more), every guest appearance and every cameo, all in order of publication.
 
Feeling stuck? Try Your Motivational High 5, hosted by Phil Larson. It is the short, 5-minute podcast seeking to motivate you in the way of self-examination, developing good mental health, and empowering yourself to do incredible things. We are all about telling ourselves positive narratives as a way to combat and rewire the negative narratives we've believed much of our lives. Find support, realize you're not alone, and feel empowered to move forward!
 
Where is the House of Crouse? It's everywhere and nowhere. It's in your imagination and in your headphones. Hosted by Richard Crouse, it's a gathering place for interesting people to hang out and share stories. Upcoming guests to the House of Crouse include Amy Schumer, Josh Gad, Daniel Radcliffe and many more! Come by every Monday for a new episode, curl up on the coach and see who has stopped by.
 
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Andreas Antonopoulos is a best-selling author, speaker, educator, and highly sought after expert in Bitcoin and open blockchain technologies. He is known for making complex subjects easy to understand and highlighting both the positive and negative impacts these technologies can have on our global societies.…
 
This week on the Richard Crouse Show Podcast we meet Bill King, a three-time Juno Award nominee who has served as music director for Janis Joplin, Linda Ronstadt, the Pointer Sisters, Martha Reeves and Craig Russell. He’s a renowned musician, a radio host and now the author of “Coming Through the ’60s: An American Rock ’n’ Road Story,” his second b…
 
Andrew Bustamante is a former covert CIA intelligence officer, US Air Force combat veteran, and Fortune 10 corporate advisor. He spent seven years in the CIA as a clandestine operative for the agency’s undercover arm, he’d not only lived, plotted and fought in dangerous spots around the world, he had to lie to everyone he knew – including his paren…
 
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…
 
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…
 
This week on the Richard Crouse Show Podcast we meet international superstar Josh Groban who talks about writing and recording his new album "Harmony" while in lockdown in Los Angeles. Then, Jessica Rothe & Harry Shum Jr., stars of the romantic drama "All My Life" stop by. The pair play a young couple whose wedding plans are put into jeopardy when …
 
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…
 
Net-zero commitments went mainstream in 2020. There are now 22 regions, 452 cities, and over 1,100 companies with revenues over $11 trillion that have pledged to bring emissions to net zero by middle of the century. In 2021 we’re going to spend a lot of time working backward from that. We’ll be trying to understand the pathways to get to net zero a…
 
On this week's Richard Crouse Show Podcast we meet Gastronaut, artist and eight time Guinness World Record holder, Bob Blumer. He is the creator and host of the television series Surreal Gourmet, and Glutton for Punishment, and a producer and host of World’s Weirdest Restaurants. His shows air on various networks in over twenty countries world-wide…
 
Mark Laita started his career as a world renowned professional photographer who’s clients include the likes of brands such as Apple, BMW, Coca-Cola, McDonalds, Budweiser and the list goes on and on… But he decided to give all that up for his new passion, which is essentially doing character studies on the most unfortunate human beings in America, a…
 
On this week's Richard Crouse Show we have a look at the art of song writing with an A-list group of artists: Gordon Lightfoot, Bob Geldof, Alice Cooper, Randy Bachman, Bob Ezrin, The Kings, Kevan Staples, Robbie Robertson, Damhnait Doyle, Elvis Costello, Steve Earle, Bernie Taupin and Sting.By Richard Crouse
 
On this week's Richard Crouse Show Podcast we meet Jamaican-American reggae musician, singer and DJ Shaggy who is here to talk about his new reggae-themed holiday album "Christmas in the Island."Next is Harnarayan Singh, host of the Punjabi-language broadcast of Hockey Night in Canada and the author of a fascinating new memoir called One Game at a …
 
Goodbye 2020. We’re not sad to see you go. Even though this year brought a lot of outright bad stuff, it also brought a lot of positive, nuanced storylines in energy. We’re going to tackle as many of them as possible, using suggestions from our listeners as a guide. And no, they won’t be pandemic-related. Not explicitly anyway. You can listen to ou…
 
Mark Levinson is a trained particle physicist, getting a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, before going to Hollywood as a sound editor on films like “The English Patient” and “The Talented Mr. Ripley", "Se7en" & "House of Cards”. He is also the director of the documentary film "Particle Fever" which tells the story of the experimen…
 
It’s been a great year for "climate" oriented public companies. Virtually every clean energy or climate company has dramatically outperformed market indices and most now have record-high equity value. So what's going on here? And what might it mean for the next generation of climate technology companies? In this final episode of the year, Host Shay…
 
Stephen Kinzer is an award-winning foreign correspondent who has covered more than 50 countries on five continents. His articles and books have led the Washington Post to place him “among the best in popular foreign policy storytelling, and he’s spent more than 20 years working for the New York Times. On this podcast we dive deep into his most rece…
 
We’re featuring an episode of Google’s new podcast about data centers, called Where the Internet Lives. What would it take to run data centers on clean electricity, everywhere, every hour of the day? In this episode, we look at the evolution of data center energy use in a world confronting the threat of climate change – and explore promising ideas …
 
Lyn Ulbricht is the mother of Ross Ulbricht, who created the deep web e-commerce platform called “Silk Road” which earned $183 million dollars, where its users could exchange a variety of goods, both legal and illegal, which was drugs in most cases. At age of 26 Ross was arrested and handed a double life sentence plus 40 years without parole. Put t…
 
This week on the Richard Crouse Show Podcast: Anthony Daniels, the actor behind C-3PO Zooms in from London to talk about the paperback release of his book "I Am C-3PO," sing a song and send a very special Christmas wish. Then, "The Star Wars Book" co-author Cole Horton swings by to talk about why "Star Wars" still resonates after more than four dec…
 
As we close out 2020, we are diving into the top stories that defined this frenzied and heavy year. This week, we’ll start the show with a look back at how Covid re-shaped the energy transition. We’re going to revisit some predictions that did -- and didn’t -- come true. Next episode, we’ll look at a wider range of (non-pandemic) 2020 stories. Then…
 
In this episode: we try to figure out where hydrogen is headed. In the universe of clean energy, the world seems to rally around one big technology push each decade. This is when governments introduce subsidies, incumbents announce big projects, and a nascent technology gets a chance to scale from tiny to small, in the hopes of achieving liftoff. I…
 
Climate risk is now the topic du jour in Washington. The Biden transition team identified it as a powerful policy lever in the business world that could help the president-elect’s climate agenda without Congress. But how? Could it happen at the Securities and Exchange Commission where companies disclose legal and other threats? What about a role fo…
 
At 26 years old John Boseak was one of the most prolific manufacturers of counterfeit credit cards in the international cyber crime industry. He Went from a homeless kid on the streets of Miami at 14 years old, to one of the most cunning scammers, counterfeiters, identity thieves and escape artists ever. He was even selling credit cards to the Russ…
 
Cathy Zoi has seen it all. She’s studied and worked in oil, gas and clean energy since the Reagan Era. Now as CEO of charging company EVgo, she knows the future of energy is coming fast. “Rideshare drivers are now starting to drive EVs, those folks need to charge once a day away from home, and they need to do it fast. When COVID hit, delivery drive…
 
How a random run in with a Ku Klux Klan leader led black musician Daryl Davis on a quest to discover the source of the hate. Daryl Davis is a musician who plays blues, country & R&B, but his full time job is converting racists. Daryl has converted over 200 KKK members and Neo-Nazi’s. Mr. Davis has helped these white supremacists leave their ideolog…
 
This week on the Richard Crouse Show Podcast we answer the age old question, "What are you watching on television?" Culture journalist and co-author of "What to Watch Next," now in bookstores, helps you navigate pandemic viewing.Then, award winning historian and author of "The Company," Stephen R. Bown, drops by to discuss one of the worst villains…
 
This week, Shayle Kann talks with Kiran Bhatraju, the CEO of Arcadia, about who's buying clean energy. Every pathway toward economy-wide decarbonization drives straight through a dramatic transformation in the electricity sector. But so much of the discussion in that sector focuses on the supply side: how fast will wind and solar displace fossil fu…
 
In the 1960s, scientists who worked for General Motors and Ford discovered that the exhaust from their cars was very likely changing the climate. They made presentations at conferences. They briefed senior executives. And then, they were publicly contradicted and their work was suppressed. We’ll talk to Maxine Joselow, the journalist who reported t…
 
Rich Clarke is an expert in the Cryptocurrency & Austrian Economic theory. Rich is also the organizer of the Bitcoin Atlanta Meetup. In 2012 he became one of the three insurgent delegates from Georgia for Ron Paul at the Republican National Convention. This experience of seeing the sausage be made in politics made him lose faith in the idea that po…
 
This week on the Richard Crouse Podcast we meet John Landis, director of some of the most popular movies of all time including The Blues Brothers, Trading Places, National Lampoon's Animal House, Three Amigos! And Spies Like Us, Coming to America. His new project is "John Landis Presents The Library of Horror – Haunted Houses: Classic Tales of Door…
 
Has 2020 – which seemed irredeemable – just done a 180? We’ll be back in the Paris agreement, Biden’s got a zero-emissions plan, East Asia’s making big moves, and there might even be a vaccine for Covid-19. President-Elect Joe Biden has already named his environment transition team. And he discussed climate change with four European heads of state …
 
For all the hype around autonomous vehicles, we're still in the very early stages of a rollout. While most of the attention is being paid to the Waymos and Zooxs of the world, trying to build fully autonomous passenger vehicles on public roads, there's an entirely separate category being created: off-road. These are similarly autonomous vehicles th…
 
This is a sponsored episode produced by GTM Creative Strategies in collaboration with Wärtsilä. In August, California’s grid operators shut off power for millions of residents during an historic heat wave. The blackouts caused confusion and outrage in the state. People were looking for someone to blame: an agency, a utility, or a technology like re…
 
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