Podcast 061: Garrett Nilsen – The Department of Energy may be the best way to fund energy tech startups that no one knows about

Bill Nussey interviews Garrett Nilsen, Deputy Director of the Solar Industry Technologies Office in the US Department of Energy about the amazing scope and scale of DOE work across the energy landscape. Read More

Podcast 060: Jemma Green – Will peer-to-peer electricity trading unlock local energy and transform the grid?

Bill Nussey interviews Dr. Jemma Green, Co-founder and Executive Chairman of Australian-based Power Ledger which is pioneering the technology and policy behind peer-to-peer electricity trading. Read More

Podcast #036: Joshua Rhodes – How will massive new data sets and some rational thinking shape the future of clean local energy?

When we think about a cleaner grid, we immediately think of solar and wind. But Joshua Rhodes explains the critical role of data and how it is transforming the way we operate the world’s most sophisticated machine. Read More

Podcast #035: Ashvin Dayal – How is the Rockefeller Foundation using mini-grids to tackle energy poverty in Africa and India?

Ashvin Dayal, the SVP Power Initiative of the Rockefeller Foundation, talks with host Bill Nussey about how clean energy mini-grids are lifting Africa and India out of energy poverty. Read More

Four takeaways from the Microgrid 2017 conference

Microgrid 2017 is a 3-day, deep dive trade conference attended by equipment companies, operators, universities, government officials, researchers, financiers, regulators and just about anyone else thinking about the cutting edge of the power industry. Up from last year’s attendance of 150 people, this year’s event was sold out at 460 people. While the attendance is… Read More