Growing up in India, I experienced the shortage of electricity very personally. We did not have access to uninterrupted, good quality power. The thing that always bothered me was a thermal power plant I could see from my house. It was burning coal to produce electricity for the City of Delhi.”
“I close my eyes and I can almost see – I can see the world in 2030 being fundamentally a different place. Cars, as we know them, will cease to exist. They’ll be computerized power plants on wheels. It will change everything, and it’s going to be extremely fast.”
“What gets me most excited is that we’re finally going to deliver a product that anyone in the United States can use, and the world. We’re breaking down these old myths that this can’t be done, when here in north central New Mexico, we’re doing it.”
A quick look at the table of contents and sections within the Freeing Energy book.
Bill Nussey keynotes the 2022 NC Energy Conference on why local energy is ideal way to address the urgency of climate change
Bill was invited to present the insights from his new book, Freeing Energy, in a talk called “The Unstoppable Rise of DERs.”
Freeing Energy has received widespread recognition, including positive reviews, and praise from entrepreneurs, investors, and policymakers
I didn’t start out as an environmentalist. But I became one.
The Better World Podcast hosts Henry Lihn and Max Moinian discuss the transformational opportunity of local energy
How can local energy make the world a better place? Hosts Max and Henry go deep with Bill Nussey.
“I started a small wind turbine company in Mexico. And then in 2010, we discovered that solar panels were just getting so cheap that small wind turbines were a hard sell. So I got into MIT, moved from Mexico to the U.S., and completed my PhD on the question, ‘If you could build the grid again, how would you build it?’
Feedspot, one of the top sources for podcast rankings, puts Freeing Energy at the top of its list.
Bill Nussey explores the disconnect between slow-moving nuclear, big solar, and transmission projects with the climate urgency to act within this decade
Bill examines the paradox of slow-moving transmission and large-scale solar compared to the rising urgency to slash CO2 emissions within this decade.
PV Magazine Editor, Tim Sylvia, travels to Georgia to meet Bill Nussey and write about Bill’s journey into clean energy
In this wide ranging interview, Tim and Bill discuss local energy, monopoly power, historical precedents from AT&T and so much more.
“I grew up in a small town in central Utah that is very much a rural coal mining community. My father is a third-generation coal miner. My grandfather was a lifetime coal miner and his grandfather was a lifetime coal miner, all in the West around Wyoming and Utah.”
“It really started out innocently. Walter and Diego saw ‘An Inconvenient Truth,’ and they came back saying, ‘We can’t wait for the government. The government’s never going to solve our problems. We need to do something today. Let’s go solar.’”
“I started New Energy Finance not as a do-gooder or as an environmentalist. I wanted to make some money, but I also wanted to do it while doing good. “
“Our theory of change is that Americans need to know that there are solutions out there. We are telling a new energy narrative around economic prosperity, around energy freedom, around resiliency and innovation. We’re trying to tell that new energy story. “
Bill Nussey was the third person the DOE recognized for this honor, based on his work as an author, podcaster, and as the CEO of Solar Inventions.
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Jacqueline Novogratz and Bill Nussey host a wide-ranging discussion on how energy innovation is lifting lives
Jacqueline Novogratz, CEO of Acumen, and Bill Nussey were joined by Steph Speirs, CEO of Solstice, Sarah Bieber, head of Partnerships at Acumen.
Bill Nussey’s monthly letter: how the tragic Russian invasion of Ukraine will accelerate the path to a renewable energy future.