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.”
Nicole Jansen, host of the Leaders of Transformation podcast talks to Bill: How can you tap into the global energy market and help empower billions of people?
Nicole Jansen is a rockstar podcast host who talks with Bill to tackle–head on–the biggest myths in clean energy and the biggest business opportunities, as well
Podcast 097: Donnel Baird – His boyhood Brooklyn apartment was heated with an oven. Now he is pursuing a bold, gutsy vision of how entire cities can retrofit buildings and save on energy costs.
Listen in as Donnel Baird gives us a peek into a journey of why he started BlocPower, what drove his evolving vision, and how he is scaling his business to retrofit old, fossil-fuel powered heating with smart new heat pumps and solar panels.
Christopher Lochhead of the #1 business podcast, Follow Your Different, interviews Bill Nussey about the myths and opportunities of renewable energy
Christopher Lochhead, the host of the #1 business podcast, Follow Your Different, interviews Bill Nussey about his book, Freeing Energy
‘Disrupting Energy with an Entrepreneurial Perspective;’ Bill Nussey is interviewed by the utility-industry podcast, Energy Central
Utility-focused podcast Energy Central and its host, Jason Price, talk to Bill Nussey about the coming disruption of local energy.
Podcast 096: Jacqueline Novogratz – Two decades of hard-edged hope coupled with off-grid solar changed the lives of hundreds of millions; what’s next?
Listen in to the story of a hero whose vision and tireless work has changed the lives of hundreds of millions of the world’s poorest people.
Podcast 095: Michelle Moore – Will America’s smaller, rural communities have to wait for the far reaching benefits of clean power?
Michelle Moore, Groundswell CEO, discusses the key elements shaping the rural renaissance and what Groundswell is doing to help.
Bill Nussey keynotes the 2022 Association of Energy Engineers Global Conference: The Biggest Disruption in Energy That No One Sees Coming
Bill shared how the century-old energy and electricity industry is being disrupted from the outside in
Podcast 094: Astrid Atkinson – What do Capybaras and Google’s famous reliability have to do with managing a dynamic, zero-carbon electric grid?
Scalability, high availability, rapid detection, failure mitigation, and the future of the electrical grid with the CEO of Camus Energy.
Podcast 093: Catherine Von Burg – Can climate tech founders achieve success without compromising on their mission?
The story of how Simpliphi Power developed the groundbreaking energy storage solution being used in over 40 countries today.
“Ask Asa” is a long running segment created and hosted by Asa Aarons Smith that has been featured throughout the United States for decades.
Matt Matern, the host of the Unite and Heal America radio show interviews Bill about how local energy unites communities and politicians
How can a simple like idea like local energy bring together communities and even unite politicians across the aisle?
Podcast 092: Patrick Walsh & Anish Thakkar – How is this solar+battery startup improving tens of millions of lives while simultaneously creating one of the hottest companies in climate tech?
How Sun King’s products and novel financing mechanism allow some of the lowest income people on earth to benefit from safe, affordable electricity.
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 090: Bonus Content: Podcasters Roundtable – Experts Navigate Politics and Energy Transformation
Listen in as some of the cleantech industry’s top podcasters discuss current trends.
Podcast 089: Sophie Purdom and Kim Zou – An insider’s peek into the eye-opening report on 2022 climate tech venture investing.
These rising stars in the climate tech venture capital space share their personal stories and the results of their deep analysis of venture investments in the first half of 2022
Ron asked about the highest and lowest moments in Bill’s career as well as Bill’s biggest lessons learned from decades of building tech companies.
John Farrell interviews Bill Nussey on the ILSR podcast: Small Solar Frees Energy From Decades of Utility-Stifled Innovation
John Farrell, host of the Local Energy Rules podcast, interviews Bill Nussey, “I realized the same economic laws that drove the prices of computers, of internet bandwidth, and storage, those same laws, in different ways, were driving down the price of solar and batteries.”
Podcast 088: Greg Wetstone: How does this powerful Washington, DC renewable energy group connect the dots between local energy and the US transmission grid?
Greg Wetsone, the President of the American Council on Renewable Energy, and Bill Nussey wade into the mind-boggling labyrinth of policies that are shaping, or in most cases, impeding our transition to renewable energy.
Jeff shares where community solar is growing across the US, where it is being held back, and the efforts the CCSA is making to change thinking and policy around this fast-growing form of local energy.