The Freeing Energy Podcast

The #1 ranked podcast in renewable energy (according to Feedspot)

Hear from energy pioneers from across the globe who are accelerating the shift to clean local energy by making their own electric power for their homes, offices, and communities. Join TED speaker and serial Tech CEO Bill Nussey and producer Sam Easterby as they talk to the individuals who are disrupting the century-old grid monopoly and making clean, local energy a reality.

The Freeing Energy podcast is the #1 ranked renewable energy podcast according to Feedspot. You can listen to them anywhere including iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, and all of your other favorite podcast sources.

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Podcast 091: Jennifer Garson/DOE: Is water power innovation dead in the water? Innovators and this DOE Team are charting a very different course that suggests anything but.

Garson helps us navigate the well-chartered waters of our nation’s oldest source of electricity generation and largest source today of energy storage. She shares just how big a role hydropower and marine energy can play and are already playing in shaping the future of clean renewable energy in communities nationwide.

Podcast 091: Jennifer Garson/DOE: Is water power innovation dead in the water? Innovators and this DOE Team are charting a very different course that suggests anything but.

Garson helps us navigate the well-chartered waters of our nation’s oldest source of electricity generation and largest source today of energy storage. She shares just how big a role hydropower and marine energy can play and are already playing in shaping the future of clean renewable energy in communities nationwide.

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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.

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