Clean Break host Tyler Hamilton reviews recent climate news and profiles a technology, company or business model that holds tremendous potential as a climate solution.
Episode 5 of the Clean Break Podcast
In Episode 5 of the Clean Break podcast, host Tyler Hamilton, returning after a long break (hey, it’s cottage time), discusses Ontario’s heat wave, applauds record Chevy Volt sales in Canada, and wonders why a small slice of EV purchase incentives don’t go to the auto dealerships that sell the cars. This shorter-than-usual podcast concludes … Continue reading Episode 5 of the Clean Break Podcast →
Episode 4 of the Clean Break podcast
Climate and energy news and views. In this episode host Tyler Hamilton interviews John Paul Morgan, co-founder, president and chief technology officer of Toronto-based solar technology company Morgan Solar. It has the potential to be one of the lowest cost solar module makers in the world. Can it deliver?
Episode 3 of the Clean Break Podcast
In this episode host Tyler Hamilton interviews Ron Dizy, managing director of the Advanced Energy Centre at the Mars Discovery District in Toronto. Discussion includes flywheel technology from Temporal Power, opportunities for Canadian cleantech companies in Chile and China, and how to reduce barriers that will help Canadian cleantech companies scale up.
Clean Break podcast Episode 2
In Episode 2 of the Clean Break podcast, host Tyler Hamilton reviews climate, energy and technology news of the past week and shares excerpts of an interview with Annette Verschuren, CEO of energy storage company NRStor.
Clean Break podcast Episode 1
In this episode, host Tyler Hamilton reviews climate and energy news of the past week and talks about plans that two Canadian companies have to make carbon-neutral gasoline out of captured CO2 and renewable hydrogen.
Clean Break podcast – the pilot episode!
In this pilot episode of Clean Break host Tyler Hamilton reviews climate news of the past few weeks and talks about the progress Vancouver-based General Fusion is making in its journey to develop an inexpensive, made-in-Canada fusion power reactor. (Note: This is a work in progress.)