Podcasting about the policy and politics shaping our clean energy economy.
"You came in like a RECing ball", with Ben Gerber and Guest Co-Host Tanuj Deora
This episode is a graduate-level course on tracking renewable energy from generation to the end user, and the complexities of how policies, processes and markets all interact. My guest is Ben Gerber, the Executive Director of M-RETS, the Midwest Renewable Energy Tracking System based in Minneapolis. And this episode is a first for this podcast as I invite a guest co-host to join me—Tanuj Deora, Vice President of Market Development at Simple Energy.
Offshore Winds 2019, with Liz Burdock, President and CEO of the Business Network for Offshore Wind
This is a special episode of More Power to You, in which I bring you an episode of Offshore Wind Insider, a podcast I launched a few months ago for the Business Network for Offshore Wind, which in full disclosure is a client of mine.
My guest is Liz Burdock, President and CEO of the Network. Our conversation covers both strengths and challenges facing the US offshore wind industry today.
Climate Advocacy with Will Hackman
My guest this episode is climate advocate Will Hackman. We start our conversation by discussing the need for climate action. Will then sets the record straight on a number of common misconceptions people have about the climate debate. And we close by looking at the federal Administration and Congress.
Rural Energy Efficiency, with Mary Shoemaker of ACEEE
In this episode we focus on energy efficiency in rural America. My guest is Mary Shoemaker, State Policy Analyst at ACEEE, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.
Carbon Price Prospects, with Andres Jimenez and Jamie DeMarco of CCL
In this episode we focus on carbon pricing and its prospects both federally and in the states. My guests are Andres Jimenez, Senior Director of Government Affairs, and Jamie DeMarco, State-Level Carbon Pricing Coordinator, for Citizens' Climate Lobby.
Demand Response, with Brenda Chew of SEPA
In this episode we put on our energy geek hats to focus on demand response, and explore how utilities are implementing demand response programs across the US. My guest is Brenda Chew, an analyst at SEPA – the Smart Electric Power Alliance, and lead author of SEPA’s 2018 Utility Demand Response Market Snapshot report which serves as the basis for our conversation.
Kudos to you Josh and to Fresh Energy’s Rob David about how large solar systems can — and should — be pollinator friendly. Seems to me rural coops would be a prime, win-win, target for such systems, right? Lots of room for these in VA, GA & other states.
Valuable insights, lively discussion
MPTY interviews industry leaders discussing leading-edge issues. Great resource for on-the-ground intelligence. Well-paced, thoughtful discussions. Kudos and thanks for offering this valuable info!
Informative and extensive
Josh is a great interviewer and he has incredible guests - leaders in the field. This podcast covers such an important and timely topic. Hope to hear many more!