Climate change is the dialogue of our future. With the “Cutting Carbon” podcast series, GE Gas Power joins the conversation in a meaningful way. We provide the basics of decarbonization, the technologies behind and how we can implement them into how we generate electricity in the future. Join our host Jeff Goldmeer, GE’s fuel guy, as we bring various guests and exciting perspectives together. Questions or ideas? Email us at email@example.com.
Special Episode: COP26
Jeff and Brian take you inside the upcoming Conference of Parties 26 (COP26) event hosted in Glasgow, Scotland from October 31-November 12 to help you understand what the event is, what key topics will be discussed, and most importantly, what potential action may emerge from the talks.
Ep. 18: Answering Your Questions
While listening to the past season you might have some unanswered questions that popped into your head regarding the future of energy. Our hosts Jeff and Brian take time to answer listener questions from the past two seasons of Cutting Carbon.
Ep. 17: Direct Air Capture
It's easy to assume that releasing carbon into the atmosphere is similar to squeezing toothpaste out of the tube and not being able to put it back in. That there might not be an easy solution to suck it up and put it into a 'tube.' However, we discuss how this might be wrong. Today, our hosts Jeff and Brian will talk about the technologies that may have the ability to reverse climate change.
Ep. 16: Energy Storage
The energy storage you probably recognize is the batteries in your remote, which offer short term use of a technology. However, as we look into the future, long-duration energy storage is the game changer that you might not know about. We will discuss the diversity of these technologies today with Jason Burwen, the current CEO of the Energy Storage Association.
Ep. 15: Nuclear Energy & Small Modular Reactors
Nuclear energy will continue to play a critical role in the energy transition as the largest provider of carbon-free electricity in the world today. In this episode, we look at a facet of this technology's future - smaller, more modular nuclear reactors that can provide safer, more reliable, and cost-effective electricity.
Ep. 14: Digital & the Grid
When you flip on a light switch, do you ever wonder where the power comes from? Find out as we go into detail about the 'most complex machine ever built on the planet' with guests Colin Parris, Chief Technology Officer, GE Digital, and Linda Rae, General Manager for Power, GE Digital. During this conversation, we navigate the complex topic of the electricity grid, including how we keep it secure, reliable, and able to keep pace with powering our growing world.
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