Podcast 071: Tim Montague – How is good old fashioned midwestern grit helping shape a clean energy future in Illinois?
Midwest solar and storage leader and Clean Power Hour podcast host, Tim Montague, shares with host Bill Nussey how clashing titans in Illinois crafted a grand legislative bargain taking big steps toward a clean renewable energy future. Plus, Montague shares insights on how the simple economics of solar power and storage is changing minds in both boardrooms and around kitchen tables across the state.
Podcast 070: Andy Klump – What do stuck boats, melted rocks, and geopolitics have to do with US efforts to transition away from fossil fuels?
In this episode host Bill Nussey talks with Andy Klump, founder and CEO of Shanghai-based Clean Energy Associates, the leading global solar and storage supply chain management and engineering services firm. Klump walks us through how and why the economics of solar are shifting in the short term and the role an energy crisis in China as well as backlogs in global shipping are having on US solar and battery projects.
An overview of October’s clean energy news including exciting new BIPV solar tiles, money flowing into local energy and flowing out fossil fuels, and the struggles with carbon capture.
Podcast 069: Wendy Philleo – How can a little sunshine in our schools speed the adoption of local energy?
Social Entrepreneur and non-profit leader, Wendy Philleo, Executive Director of Generation 180, joins host Bill Nussey as they explore how her organization is using innovative educational content to transform interest into solar action, community by community all across the US.
Seven major clean energy podcasters discuss market trends, industry leaders, companies, and important developments in clean energy.
Podcast 068: Karl Rábago – Does adding local distributed energy defy conventional wisdom and save money for everyone?
Grid expert Karl Rabago talks with host Bill Nussey about the real value of local energy systems. Hint: they are worth a whole lot more than utilities want to pay for them.
An overview of September’s clean energy news including closed-loop battery supply chains, NY’s new solar capacity goals, and more.
Podcast 067: Peter Kelly-Detwiler – What does a reimagined electric grid look like and what does it mean for all of us?
Peter Kelly-Detwiler, shares insights from his new book on how the electricity industry is transforming itself.
Bill Nussey gives his perspective on the price of solar, new solar technologies, and the role of the government in the energy sector.
Podcast 066: Michael Liebreich Part Two – What are the biggest opportunities in our clean energy future?
Michael Liebreich, the world-renowned thinker, investor, philanthropist and much sought after advisor, talks about the biggest opportunities in clean energy.