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.
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.
Podcast #034: Andy Klump – An insider’s look at how COVID-19 is impacting the global clean energy supply chain
Global supply chain expert, Andy Klump, CEO of Clean Energy Associates, shares his unique insights on how the COVID-19 outbreak is affecting Chinese manufacturing and the entire global supply chain for renewable energy.
Podcast #033: Dr. Peter Fox-Penner – What must change to move our electric power system beyond carbon?
Dr. Peter Fox Penner shares insights from his new book with host Bill Nussey. Listen in to learn about the big grid vs small grid, the future role of utilities, and a roadmap for policymakers in the power industry “After Carbon.”
Anya Schoolman, Dr. Jeff Chamberlain, Andy Klump, Roy Torbert and other experts share advice on how each of us can help accelerate the transition to a renewable energy future
Podcast #031: Nussey and Easterby – Innovation in the power industry is harder than you think, but that is about to change
In this episode of the Freeing Energy podcast, hosts Bill Nussey and Sam Easterby discuss innovation in the power industry, from its hurdles to its promising future.
Podcast #030: Dr. Greg Nemet: How solar became cheap and the lessons for other clean energy technologies
In this episode of the Freeing Energy podcast, Dr. Greg Nemet discusses the factors driving solar’s continued decline in price.