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Our China Correspondent, Elliot Richards has a chat with Robert about the situation in China, the massive public charging network, the problems faced by the Japanese car industry, and the brands we've never heard of already producing electric cars we've never driven, all happening in China right now.…
 
We are trying this out, the NEWS as a podcast. Let us know if this is useful to you @fullychargedshow Robert's back with his reactions to a selection of recent news stories, a brief update on our Electric Drive-In (https://fullycharged.show/events/full...) as well as some breaking news of the UK's plans for wind farms to power every home by 2030. A…
 
We recorded this episode the day after Prime Minister Johnson made yet another grand statement, but this time about the future of wind energy. Charles Haworth, Executive Director of Commercial Operations - Offshore Wind at GE was as surprised as anyone, but he knows what might seem like an outlandish claim is entirely possible. GE Hallade X turbine…
 
It was a great pleasure to talk to Sinead Lynch, she is the "Shell Country Chair" for the UK, and has a very refreshing take on the future of the fossil fuel industry. We discuss the way legacy fossil fuel companies could be involved in the transition to a zero carbon future for transport, industry and all our energy needs. ----- Please take a look…
 
Links to stories: Tesla Battery Day https://livestream.tesla.com/ Polestar at Westfield https://www.polestar.com/uk/press/press-release/polestar-confirms-westfield-london-as-its-first-uk-space London bus garage to become world's largest 'trial power station’ https://eandt.theiet.org/content/articles/2020/08/electric-buses-stored-in-london-garage-to…
 
Robert chats with Ben Lane, Co-Founder of Zap Map, a popular application in the UK which helps drivers locate and use the ever growing network of public chargers, from 7 kW 'dumb sockets' to the latest ultra rapid 350 kW chargers. Zap Map and now launching 'Zap Pay,' where EV drivers, using the same App, can now pay for certain chargers using the a…
 
Jonathon Porritt has been on the green scene for as long as anybody can remember. He campaigns agitates and demands, but always polite and quintessentially English— a respectable man, a safe pair of hands. With Hope in Hell he abandons all that. Suddenly it’s no more Mr Nice Green. This is hopefully an informative and entertaining ramble through th…
 
A very informative discussion with Gareth Dunsmore, Vice President, Marketing Communication, Customer Experience & Connected Car Services, Nissan Europe. A long title, but a very well informed and interesting man, Gareth gives the low down on the soon arriving Nissan ARIYA, on type 2 vehicle to grid developments, and liquid cooled batteries in a Ni…
 
A fascinating conversation between Robert and David Hunt, founder and CEO of Hyperion Executive Search, a talent acquisition company specialising in the clean energy space. Hyperion has been helping businesses grow and succeed since 2014 and recently expanded its operations in Europe with a new office in Munich. David’s headhunting team now operate…
 
Fiona Howarth explains to Robert how Octopus Energy is offering a wide range of electricity tariffs some of which follow the wholesale price, which, in recent years has occasionally gone 'negative.' At these times, some electric car owners have been paid to charge their cars. More info.https://octopus.energy/ Patreon support for Fully Charged Show …
 
A very interesting conversation with Michael McHale from Momentum Dynamics in the USA. They have recently launched an induction (wireless) charging system for Jaguar I-Pace taxis in Oslo. Please take a look at our main channel. It's much more fancy: https://www.youtube.com/user/fullychargedshow And if you don't like it, you definitely won't enjoy o…
 
Moixa are on a mission to make batteries smarter. Batteries that talk to each other and create networks of energy storage that responds to supply and demand. You can, if you wish, support us on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/FullyChargedShow Please take a look at our main channel. It's much more fancy: https://www.youtube.com/user/fullycharg…
 
As Neill describes, Professor Sir Andre Geim and Professor Sir Kostya Novoselov of the University of Manchester discovered and isolated a single atomic layer of carbon for the first time in 2004. Since then, an enormous amount of research and development has taken place developing this truly remarkable material. Please take a look at our main chann…
 
Helen Czerski interviews one of her colleagues at University College London all about how air pollution has evolved in the city. From the most recent times to historic events, they talk about how air pollution has altered over the years. Please take a look at our main channel. It's much more fancy: https://www.youtube.com/user/fullychargedshow And …
 
In this interview Robert talks to Michael Liebreich all about the business of the new energy market. Starting back in 2004 Michael has always been at the cutting edge of doing business at the right time. Here is part of his story. So lastly, subscribe to Fully Charged podcast, its free after all, leave us a 5* rating a review on Apple Podcasts (as …
 
Robert had a twitter meltdown last weekend, so this episode goes into it somewhat and Robert actually tells us what his thoughts were. So lastly, subscribe to Fully Charged podcast, its free after all, leave us a 5* rating a review on Apple Podcasts (as we get told about those ones), checkout the fully charged show website, for a new range of susta…
 
During this recording in late-April, Robert talks with Amrit Chandan about how batteries can be reused to benefit all of us. So lastly, subscribe to Fully Charged podcast, its free after all, leave us a 5* rating a review on Apple Podcasts (as we get told about those ones), checkout the fully charged show website, for a new range of sustainable mer…
 
During this recording in mid-April, Robert talks with Greg Archer all about the state of the current affairs with "the thing" and how it affects out every day life. Might this pandemic be the wakeup call we need to save the air quality in the more urban areas of the world? They also talk about the legacy of 'diesel-gate', the HUGE possibilities of …
 
Bobby forgot to press record on an interview a couple of days ago so I (Ben - podcast producer) punished him and said just record something… It wasn’t Bobby’s finest ramblings but you know what he’s like, eminently listenable, so these are his thoughts on clean EV’s, YouTube and chill isn’t too bad (environmentally speaking), night time solar PV is…
 
Robert and Roger catchup as they talk all things news - the thing does raise its head but we are trying to stay positive, so Roger talks about Formula E, Robert discusses lamp post charging and how its growing, big and new hydrogen trucks are to be unleashed. Rogers Webinar: https://generationehq.com/smarter-mobility-world/register-to-go-live/ Elec…
 
We welcome Chelsea Sexton on the show for the first time, and with the font of knowledge that is within her cranium, Robert and Chelsea go through the recent announcement from GM that they plan to invest in $20 billion in their all electric platforms and autonomous vehicles through to 2025. Is this all a smokescreen or are they getting serious abou…
 
Robert heads to The City (of London) to talk to Bryony Worthington aka Baroness Worthington who is a Member of the House of Lords. Baroness Worthington is a Crossbench Life peer who has sat under this title in the Lords since 31 January 2011. Thus, she has a huge influence in campaigning for change - she discusses with Robert what bills has managed…
 
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