Politics and policy play a fundamental role in the adoption of clean energy.
Hosts Bill Nussey and Sam Easterby team up to interview Mike Dudgeon.
Mike is an engineer, a technologist, and the co-founder of a successful tech company. Most recently, he has re-entered the world of state politics and is now the Policy director for Georgia’s Lieutenant Governor, Geoff Duncan. Mike offers a balanced, insider’s view on how key renewable energy legislation moved from concept to law in his predominantly Republican state and tips on how others can follow suit.
Listen to this podcast and others in our series on these platforms:
- From Utility Drive, Georgia Senate unanimously approves solar financing bill
- From Think Progress, A Georgia Republican Is Working To Increase Access To Rooftop Solar Power
- From Smith, Gambrell & Russell, Georgia Legislature First in Southeast to Authorize Third Party Financing of Onsite Solar Power Facilities