Robert Llewellyn (Red Dwarf, Scrapheap Challenge) hosts a podcast all about sustainability, eco-news and interesting interviews. Filled with interesting stories, almost breaking news, a pinch of wit and a dash of banter. A few guests who actually know what is going on in the world of EVs, renewable energy and sustainability.
Fusion, Whale Earwax and Flat Earth? With Helen Czerski
Helen Czerski is a British physicist and oceanographer and is a presenter on the Fully Charged Show. She has presented documentaries on a wide range of incredible subjects for both FC and the BBC. She is passionate about conveying the beauty and ingenuity of the physical world around us, and the perspective on the world that science provides.
Raging Robert's Remarkable Rant!
After the amazing experience that was Fully Charged Live San Diego, Robert records a rant fueled solo podcast in his hotel room from across the pond. Robert talks about dams in British Columbia the Canadian show next year, ridiculous fracking the UK and Jacob Rees-Mogg's attitude towards climate change.
Vehicle to Grid with Electric School Buses? With Jeni Reynolds
Jeni is the Director of Clean Transportation at San Diego Gas & Electric where she is responsible for developing, advocating and leading innovative program design and implementation in order to advance clean transportation as it supports California's clean energy policies and customer objectives.
The Story Behind a ‘Rapid’ Rollout with Robert Barrosa
Electrify America is installing more rapid chargers across the United States than you can poke a stick at. They currently have over 800 charging stations with around 3,500 individual chargers from 150 kW up to 350 kW. They are currently installing 4 new charging stations or hubs every week. This is a seriously rapid roll out. Electrify America have developed ways to reduce strain on local grids with their installation of multiple rapid chargers. Robert Barrosa is the Senior Director of Sales, Business Development & Marketing for Electrify America, and in this week’s episode of the Fully Charged Show Podcast, he explains how this is being achieved and a little bit about the history of the funding that has made much of this expansion possible. In late 2016, the U.S. Justice Department fined VW $30 billion after the company was caught rigging two of its diesel engines to pass U.S. emissions tests. That figure included the funding new zero-emissions vehicle technology and in particular charging networks. Quite a sensible way of using the money from a corporate fine.
The Electrified States of America
Robert is joined by Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield from Youtube channel, Transport Evolved.
Her knowledge of the US EV market is exceptional. Robert and Nikki talk about the EV’s that are currently available, and the trials and tribulations the manufactures are facing.
Nikki updates us with the crew’s latest (inefficient) secret and how she intends to off-set this with perhaps THE most efficient EV in the future.
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What's The Next Game-Changing Technology? With Matt Ferrell
Matt Ferrell lives in the Boston area and is a UI/UX designer by trade, but has always been obsessed by technology and how it works. In 2018 he started his Youtube Channel, 'Undecided with Matt Ferrell' which boasts over 1 million subscribers and explores sustainable and smart technologies like EVs, solar panels, clean tech and smart homes.
Fun and Informative
I like shows like this that focus on the progress we’re making in transitioning to a cleaner, greener future. It’s refreshing and Robert’s English wit and anecdotes are charming and fun. His huge array of guests are often fascinating to listen to as they lay out the history, science, and goals of renewable energy.
I know most people follow the Fully Charged youtube channel for their EV coverage, but I always preferred the bigger picture stuff like grid development or how renewables are overtaking fossil fuels. Thankfully this show focuses on the latter and in great detail. Highly recommended if you want to feel hopeful for the future while also learning something.
Hello from Tucker, GA!
I found your podcast this year and I am thoroughly enjoying learning about building green and everything sustainable.
I hope you will continue to create more content! The world needs this information. This knowledge can empower us, help heal our planet, live in harmony with nature, and with each other in community. Thank you!
All the best,
Feels like saving the world and interesting stuff