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Solar Media Cast: TOPCon's takeover, REPowerEU's PV power up and Europe's energy storage surge
The Solar Media Podcast returns with a dedicated look at the health of Europe's solar and energy storage markets, looking at the wealth of TOPCon PV modules on display at Intersolar Europe, what REPowerEU means for solar manufacturing on the continent and where energy storage is thriving.
Solar Media Cast: Exclusive Lightsource bp interview, Ukraine and Europe’s energy sector explored
Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe return for the February 2022 episode of the Solar Media Podcast, starting with discussion around the situation in Ukraine and how the invasion, and subsequent geopolitical turbulence, could affect Europe's energy landscape this year and beyond.
Meanwhile, we speak to Lightsource bp CEO Nick Boyle and COO Ann Davies about the solar developer's target of deploying 25GW by 2025, getting the inside track of how the company intends to reach such an ambitious aim.
Solar Media Cast: Scaling up solar PV and energy storage, California’s net metering row explained
The year has gotten off to a frenetic start, with plenty of news from the global solar and energy storage sectors to digest on the January 2022 episode of the Solar Media Podcast.
Liam Stoker, Andy Colthorpe and Jules Scully discuss the need for a major ramp-up in solar energy manufacturing this year, discover what’s driving long-duration energy storage forward, examine the glut of recent financing deals in the clean energy space and take a look at why California’s net metering row has seen involvement from Hollywood actors.
PODCAST: Solar’s frenetic 2021 in review and forecasting 2022
With the year drawing to a close, the Solar Media editorial team reflect on what’s proven to be a frenetic 12 months for the global solar PV and energy storage industries, featuring tales of surging growth, supply chain volatility and policy machinations.
Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe also glance forward and make their predictions for 2022.
A huge thank you to all who have listened or engaged with the podcast in any way this year, and we look forward to returning for another year of the podcast in January!
Solar Media Cast: Is the Glasgow Climate Pact a COP out? US PV module supply to rebound
In the November 2021 episode of the Solar Media Podcast, brought to you in collaboration with Solar Energy UK, we ask if the Glasgow Climate Pact is ambitious enough for the renewables industry, explore the various goings on at the summit and ponder where the solar, energy storage and clean tech sectors go from here. Elsewhere, Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe detail yet another frantic month in the US for renewables policy, and Liam speaks to a trio of renewables stakeholders about their key takeaways from COP26.
Solar Media Cast: COP26 looms as pricing woes dent renewables prospects, solar industry unites behind climate aims
The crucial COP26 conference begins later this week and negotiations will take place against a backdrop of uncertainty and volatility in the renewables supply chain. This episode of the Solar Media Podcast, brought to you in collaboration with Solar Energy UK, explores how things stand entering a pivotal two weeks for the renewables industry, and indeed the world in general.
We also hear exclusively from three solar industry professionals about what they’re seeing from the sector at the moment, right the way through from sourcing and uptake of solar to procurement and supply chain issues. We also hear exactly what worldwide governments can do to help truly stimulate a much-needed solar revolution.
Poor audio engineering and ramble discourse
Some one is speaking off mic which makes it difficult to follow the discussions. Speakers are vague and not concise. Information could be very informative but the presentation isn’t.