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Podcast on energy, economics, & politics recorded and produced at SciencesPo Paris

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Podcast on energy, economics, & politics recorded and produced at SciencesPo Paris

    Arthur Henriot: How much renewables can be integrated into an electricity grid?

    Arthur Henriot: How much renewables can be integrated into an electricity grid?

    Arthur Henriot is an advisor to the CEO of RTE, the French transmission system operator and an expert in the system integration of renewable energy. We discuss how much renewables we can expect to integrate into a grid and how to overcome common challenges such as variability of generation

    • 39 min
    European Gas Markets with Luca Franza

    European Gas Markets with Luca Franza

    I’ll be talking this time with Luca Franza, a researcher at the Clingendael Institute, and lecturer at SciencesPo, about European Gas Markets, who the winners and losers are from Nord Stream II, and what the implications of branding American LNG 'Freedom Gas' are.
     

    • 36 min
    Carbon Capture & Utilisation - how can we use carbon dioxide in industry?

    Carbon Capture & Utilisation - how can we use carbon dioxide in industry?

    Today we are talking to Sebastian Escagues, a chemical engineer and consultant at ENEA Consulting who advises industrial companies as to how to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. 
    We will be discussing industrial uses of carbon dioxide including synthetic fuels, how much they cost and how to make them cheaper.

    • 37 min
    Giacomo Luciani: Rentier states, Aramco & Iran

    Giacomo Luciani: Rentier states, Aramco & Iran

    The shale revolution has profoundly changed global oil markets. This in turn has an important effect on oil producing states and their strategy to continue to produce rent from natural resources.
    Today we are speaking with Giacomo Luciani, a creator of the rentier state theory, the scientific advisor for the International Energy program at SciencesPo.

    • 34 min
    Nuclear economics and public opinion: conversation with Valerie Faudon

    Nuclear economics and public opinion: conversation with Valerie Faudon

    Despite some clear advantages, nuclear energy suffers from an public image problem. In this episode we speak to Valérie Faudon head of the French nuclear society and board member at Orano, the French nuclear company. 

    • 30 min
    Nuclear energy basics: conversation with Dominique Greneche

    Nuclear energy basics: conversation with Dominique Greneche

    This episode is designed for listeners who are relatively new to nuclear energy to introduce the history, technology, and common problems associated associated with it and their solutions.

    • 31 min

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