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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Welcome To The Energy Hour "It costs you nothing to listen to our show, … But it will cost you a lot if you don’t" The idea for the Energy Hour resulted from our collective decades of experience, and the degree of confusion we continually find within our residential and commercial clients. While consumers are getting more savvy, we find far too many without the understanding necessary to not only make good decisions, but also protect themselves against unscrupulous sales people. That’s where ...
 
What strategies can hospitals adopt to reduce their impact on the local and global environment? How might they reduce the carbon footprint of vehicles transporting patients, visitors and goods? This album visits three hospitals which have adopted green approaches to energy efficiency, by cutting electricity consumption, reducing traffic volume, and even generating their own renewable energy. This material forms part of The Open University course T206 Energy for a sustainable future.
 
Is it possible to create a Zero Carbon Society by 2050? Listen to our podcast discussion with Rockstart’s Smart Energy Program Director Freerk Bisschop and Kees van der Leun, Managing Director of Ecofys as they discuss how the Internet of Energy Things and entrepreneurship will play a big part in driving this change. Climate Change is widespread and consequential, but there are scenarios that can be made for a Zero Carbon Society by 2050. The technology to create a Zero Carbon Society is alr ...
 
We Are REC - a new podcast series from The River 95.3FM in partnership with Rappahannock Electric Cooperative. Every few weeks, we’ll be releasing a new podcast where we interview different people from REC about a host of different topics. We’ll get tips for saving money on your electric bill, we’ll talk about renewable energy and the impact it can have in our communities, we’ll get some behind-the-scenes info about what happens when the power goes out in a storm. We’re going to talk to line ...
 
Energy Live News is the leader in energy news and information. We started with a simple vision to cover energy across the board, fossil fuels or renewables, nuclear or cleantech we will bring the news to you wherever it is happening. We are independent, fair and engaging and listen to all voices across the sector. We are leaders in online TV for the energy sector and we bring you interviews and interesting filmed stories from across the UK and abroad. Energy is a complex business but we make ...
 
This podcast informs people as to how we convert, store, and distribute solar energy. Listen as Scott explains the 2 systems used to harness sunlight & how people are using this natural renewable resource. How will solar energy be used in the future? Tune in to find out all about solar energy.
 
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.
 
Welcome to City Stories, the podcast by Energy Cities. Energy Cities is the European city network of local authorities in energy transition with over 1000 members from 30 countries. This podcast is for those who want to learn more about how cities go about with the energy transition. The challenge is big, but there are so many new, collaborative practices that emerge and that make this challenge fun and feasible. Each month we invite passionate European guests from different horizons and sec ...
 
Energy Evolution is a new podcast from S&P Global Market Intelligence that explores the ways the energy industry is changing. Co-hosts Dan Testa, Allison Good and Taylor Kuykendall spend each episode talking to leading experts from the energy and finance fields and breaking down the trends that the policy makers, traders and industry professionals needs to know about. The team uses the reporting firepower and data resources of Market Intelligence to tackle the big issues of the day and chang ...
 
The 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen presents a new focus for international debate and decisions about energy and its use. What are the countries of Western Europe and Scandinavia doing to promote sustainable energy production? Just how different will the future energy map of Europe look? And is energy policy principally a scientific issue or a political one? This album contains a series of films exploring energy policy in various countries around Europe in 2006, f ...
 
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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…
 
This week our guest is Dale Swampy, President of the National Coalition of Chiefs (NCC). Dale recently wrote an op-ed titled “UNDRIP will slow, not hasten Indigenous development.” UNDRIP (the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples) was drafted by the United Nations in 2007 with the goal of recognizing basic human rights of I…
 
Hydrogen is generating a lot of buzz in the U.S. energy world, but what might look like a nascent technological revolution is not going to occur overnight, according to several experts interviewed on this episode. But while hydrogen has received its fair share of hype in the past, this time may be different as the growth of sustainability-driven in…
 
On today's episode of Vice Versa we talk about President Biden's climate change agenda, the side of the Tesla Model Y third row, Microsoft partnering with GM/Cruise on autonomous driving, Prosche's Taycan price drop, and SpaceX buying oil rigs ... OIL RIGS! Subscribe to the audio Podcast: https://www.viceversa.show/subscribe Watch Ricky at Two Bit …
 
Decarbonization is one of the primary goals many companies are trying to achieve in their operations. The reason is simple… science has shown that the world is facing an urgent carbon problem. If we don’t curb emissions and temperatures continue to climb, science tells us that the results will be incomprehensible. Microsoft is leading the way in th…
 
This week our guest is Diane Cameron, Director of the Nuclear Energy Division at Natural Resources Canada. Canada is already a global leader in nuclear energy and safety. Canada is the second largest producer of uranium and home to the world’s largest fully operational nuclear power generation facility in Ontario. The next chapter in Canadian leade…
 
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…
 
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. …
 
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…
 
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…
 
Today we're talking about if Elon would consider a new holdings Company to house all his various companies under one umbrella. Also, Toyota's latest micro EV concept, and what it means for their future. Rapper Akon has dreams of building a real life Wakanda in his home country of Selegal. VW has a prototype charging robot that can move around and c…
 
2020 was a tough year and never before has the need for local resilience and solidarity been stronger. One extraordinary means for increasing solidarity while making places stronger are renewable energy communities. Since recently renewable energy communities are legally defined and protected by EU legislation. “Community energy” or “community powe…
 
We have interviewed two amazing women and we have talked with them about the right political triggers for renewables in Italy, about the place of women in the sector and I even learned during our conversation what ethical energy means. Our interviewees were Sara and Claudia: Sara Capuzzo is the President of enostra, which is a major Italian renewab…
 
On today’s episode of Vice Versa we’re going to talk about Buses being used for V2G, Amazon’s autonomous car reveal, EV battery prices hitting a new milestone, EV sales surging in Europe, and VW’s CEO being on the hot seat. Live Thursday at 5PM PT/8PM ET on YouTube!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbaGOHQrTOQrxZRs9s3gf7Q Subscribe to the audio Podc…
 
New financial tools are emerging alongside new technology to help companies address greenhouse gas emissions. Unlike green bonds, where the proceeds from the bond are used for new and existing projects with environmental benefits, sustainability-linked bonds can be more flexible. NRG Energy announced the issuance of a $900 million sustainability-li…
 
In this episode Nathan speaks with Adam Chapman from https://heatgeek.com/ about his experience with becoming MCS accredited. It's often heard how MCS is very complex for a heating engineer to undertake so Adam tries to help alleviate any of the mystery. Adam is finding the process enjoyable and hopefully we will see many more smaller companies and…
 
For this episode of the Local Energy Rules podcast, host John Farrell speaks with Jill Mangaliman and Abigail Juaner about Jumpstart Seattle: a corporate payroll tax that will fund housing and Green New Deal initiatives.… Read More저자 Institute for Local Self-Reliance
 
On this week’s podcast we look back on the events that shaped the challenging year that was 2020. Early in January, tensions between the United States and Iran briefly pushed oil prices over $60/B. But when Coronavirus spread from China to the rest of the world, oil price plunged. The darkest days of the pandemic were in April, when oil demand drop…
 
It’s the backbone of global trade, but there’s a challenge when it comes to lowering carbon emissions. What will it take to get shipping in to shape? Presented by Bryony MacKenzie. Featuring Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, DNV GL Maritime; Randy Chen, Wan Hai Lines; Allard Castelein, Port of Rotterdam; Tarek Helmi, Deloitte; Aoife O' Leary, Environmental Defe…
 
Today we’re talking about how many Cadillac dealers don’t want to sell electric cars, Tesla and the right to repair, Tesla giving a deadline to Roadster referral discount winners, and Toyota’s all new electric SUV. Q&A to follow after the news. Subscribe to the audio Podcast: https://www.viceversa.show/subscribe Watch Ricky at Two Bit Davinci: http…
 
In this special episode of the podcast, we present a recording of Podcasting for Sustainability in Higher Education from AASHE’s 2020 Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education. Dave Karlsgodt, Katie Boyle and Brian Campbell talk about what it’s like to run a podcast and how they utilize their shows to further the conversation on energ…
 
In light of recent national events, it is a great time to be focused on renewables. In this episode, Rob Collier, Vice President of Developer Relations at LevelTen Energy, provides his five predictions for the Corporate Renewable Energy Market for 2021. LevelTen Energy provides transaction infrastructure for renewable energy buyers, advisors, and s…
 
As the world aims to hit global climate goals, countries and companies around the world are setting targets and making plans to reduce emissions of greenhouse gas. While utilities are leading the way in the energy sector, rising pressure from investors has the oil and gas sector working to catch up. S&P Global Market Intelligence's Energy Evolution…
 
The Canadian federal government is developing a Clean Fuel Standard (CFS) policy. The draft rule for liquid fuel (including gasoline and diesel) is expected later this month. Subsequently, rules for gaseous and solid fuels will be developed. This week’s episode is a primer on clean fuel standards. What is CFS? What jurisdictions have CFS policies a…
 
Welcome to Episode 4 of Vice Versa with Matt and Ricky! Another interesting week in the world of EVs, sustainability and tech. Today we’re talking about Tesla joining forces with Tesla possibly having to do a recall for screen issues, GM bailing on Nikola, Portland & Daimler teaming up for Semi Chargers, Hyundai & Kia revealing their new EV platfor…
 
On this episode of Grounded we meet with Charles Sekafetz, the Program Chair for Chemeketa Community College's Electronics Program, and learn about the Renewable Energy Management path. As the renewable energy industry continues to grow, so do these specialized jobs. We learn from Charles what the program offers and how this new wave of energy work…
 
To conclude the tenth series of our DNV GL Talks Energy podcast, we look at the action that needs to be taken to accelerate the energy transition. Having spoken to many of DNV GL’s customers throughout this thought-provoking series, here we speak with two of our colleagues. CEO of DNV GL - Energy Ditlev Engel, and Vice President Technology & Innova…
 
This week our guest is Doug Hooper, Director of Policy and Regulations at Advanced Biofuels Canada. Advanced Biofuels Canada is a national industry association established to promote the production and use of advanced biofuels In Canada. Here are some of the questions that Peter and Jackie asked Doug: Why is there a push to increase the use of biof…
 
Since almost 20 years the region of Navarra in the North of Spain pioneers with wind and more and more with solar energy. Now, building an energy community with the regional capital Pamplona as a partner means getting to the next level. This energy community is part of the local government’s climate change strategy for 2030. I wanted to gain a very…
 
In this episode Nathan speaks with Adam Chapman from Vito Energy and heat geek which is an excellent resource for consumers and engineers. This episode centres around what we can do right now to our heating systems to reduce carbon emissions. Fabric First is inculcated and for obvious reasons. However, there is often something which can be done to …
 
Tesla joins forces with Rivian, California bans ICE Cars, and more. Welcome to Episode Three of Vice Versa with Matt and Ricky! Another interesting week in the world of EVs, sustainability and tech. Today we’re talking about Tesla joining forces with Rivian and Lucid, price increases on the Model S & Model X, California banning ICE cars by 2035, an…
 
Because the energy industry is widely diverse and constantly changing, energy companies and their partners often have difficulty keeping up with the changes. Lynda Clemmons, Vice President of Sustainable Solutions at NRG Energy, joins us for this episode to speak on how best to navigate these fast transitions within the industry. As the leader of t…
 
How will the world get to net-zero emissions? Is the energy industry part of the problem or the solution? The Energy Podcast hears from students in Australia putting some of the big questions to the energy experts. Presented by Bryony MacKenzie. Featuring Georgie Barrat, technology journalist and debate host; Simon Holmes à Court, Climate and Energ…
 
Solar power has huge potential to be a driving factor in the energy transition over the next five years. In fact, Harald Överholm, CEO and co-founder of Alight believes solar could account for up to 50% of global energy production within our lifetime. In this episode Harald discusses some of the critical success factors of solar energy, including i…
 
On this week’s episode, we discuss the Canadian federal government’s plans to legislate net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. What is the reaction from the oil and gas industry? Next up, we consider the importance of energy efficiency for achieving low carbon goals. History has shown that energy demand growth is difficult to curb. Yet, accordi…
 
President-elect Joe Biden is expected to enter the White House with big plans to address climate change, a goal with substantial implications for the energy sector. Biden's climate plan is a $2 trillion economywide proposal that looks to cut or eliminate emissions from power generation, transportation, buildings, agriculture and more. S&P Global Ma…
 
Welcome to Episode Two of Vice Versa with Matt and Ricky! Another interesting week in the world of EVs, sustainability and tech. Today we’re talking about Tesla finally being added to the S&P 500 and what it’ll mean for TSLA going forward. We also chat about the next administrations plans with tax credits, solar and battery storage. Also there are …
 
Tesla FSD and Rivian Prices, BMW iX, Hummer EV, and Tesla Tequila. On the inaugural episode we talk about Tesla increasing the full self driving price to $10,000, Rivian dropping the price of the R1T and R1S, BMW announcing the iX, and GM revealing a CG Hummer EV. Oh, and some Tesla Tequila! Watch Ricky at Two Bit Davinci: https://www.youtube.com/t…
 
On this episode of Smart Energy Voices, Jeff Colvin, Executive VP of Sales at MP2 Energy, joins John Failla of Smart Energy Decisions to discuss his career as a leader in the energy industry and his role at MP2 and its relationship with Shell Energy North America. With the growing interest that international oil companies have in the energy transit…
 
For this Voices of 100% episode of the Local Energy Rules Podcast, host John Farrell talks with Brandon Coan and Gretchen Milliken about Louisville, Ky.'s 100% renewable pledge and how it intersects with the fight for racial justice.… Read More저자 Institute for Local Self-Reliance
 
How can collaborative partnerships help sustain the rapid acceleration of the renewable energy industry? Scott Harden, Chief Technology Officer at Microsoft – Energy, describes the energy transition as one of the greatest endeavours since we put people on the moon and talks about the importance of global collaboration in helping to achieve this. Sc…
 
This week our guests are Mayor Alanna Hnatiw of Sturgeon County (the home of Alberta’s Industrial Heartland) and Mayor Don Iveson from the City of Edmonton. Both Mayors are leaders on the Alberta Industrial Heartland Hydrogen Task Force. The group just released a report on the market potential for hydrogen in the region, titled: “Building a Transit…
 
In this episode Nathan's guests myth bust heat pumps. He is joined by Bean from the Ground Source Heat Pump Association and Heat Pump Federation; Robin who is also from the GSHPA and Bill, a heat pump specialist. All 3 guests are engineers with a vast amount of knowledge with heat pump technology. Heat pumps are a recognised technology for helping …
 
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