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Listen to our monthly insight into the current and future trends fueling the global electric vehicles (EV) revolution.
 
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Wisco Weekly
Weekly
 
Sharing the voices of automakers, automotive retailers, and transportation professionals who are driving and shaping the future of automotive.
 
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Driven
Monthly
 
Driven captures and tells the stories of talent, innovation and emerging assets that are shaping the way the automtoive and tech industries are changing the way the world moves.More than a century ago, the Detroit region put the world on wheels and changed the transportation landscape forever. The modern automotive industry was built here. Today this ecosystem has grown into the densest cluster of automotive assets on the planet. And while Detroit remains the traditional center of the global ...
 
Want to get smarter about investing? Then learn from the pros. The Capital Ideas podcast brings you the best thinking from Capital Group, one of the world’s leading investment firms. Prepare to be engaged, enlightened and entertained as host Matt Miller gets to the crux of today’s most compelling investment stories.
 
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Beltway Talk
Monthly
 
AIADA's Beltway Talk Podcast
 
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The Interchange
Monthly+
 
The energy system is changing fast. Come explore the future with journalist Stephen Lacey and venture capitalist Shayle Kann. Each week, they'll take you on a tour of the global energy transformation, providing provide insight into technology trends, markets, and companies -- making for wonky and entertaining listening.
 
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Marcus Wiley
Rare
 
Welcome to Blazing Trails were we talk about motorsports, life and motivational topics
 
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During a crucial week for autos and trade, we sat down with Don Stewart, Global Automakers’ new Executive Vice President of Public Affairs, to talk tariffs, dealer engagement, and what exactly the Washington Nationals need to do to pull out of their spring slump. Stew’s extensive experience on Capitol Hill (paired with a brief but unforgettable ...…
 
The U.S. auto industry has seen its share of technological innovation through the decades, but perhaps none more dramatic than what lies just around the bend. Investment analyst Kaitlyn Murphy, a 14-year veteran of Capital Group, discusses the recent adoption of electric vehicles, the uneasy promise of autonomous cars and the challenge of inves ...…
 
Related Episodes 6 Pillars of Successful Transit The Uber-Lyft Short Ride Conundrum Past, Present, Politics of the Las Vegas High Speed Rail Rethinking how we use and pay for roads There is a small minority of individuals out there who are simply looking at existing technologies, existing business models and asking the question, “well, what if ...…
 
Capital Group portfolio manager Gerald Du Manoir talks about the importance of including international equities in a well-diversified portfolio, despite years of lagging index returns relative to U.S. markets. It’s not about investing in geographic regions, he explains, but specific company-by-company opportunities. Du Manoir is an equity portf ...…
 
Related Episodes Not a war on cars Who will operate flying cars Incentivizing good and bad behavior Life in Los Angeles after congestion pricing Often times to see through the smog of Southern California, you need to hit the streets instead of the 80th floor office suites. This week’s guest is comedian and Uber-Lyft driver, Jeff Hodge. He intim ...…
 
Uber and Lyft are now public — and now under more investor pressure to expand quickly. What does that mean for energy use and carbon emissions as more cars hit the roads? Multiple new studies show that these transportation networking companies are causing more traffic and pulling people away from public transit. Meanwhile, cities and states are ...…
 
Related Episodes Design the car to fit the environment The most important customer data points How automotive retailers proactively target car buyers Not a war on cars Bryan Biniak, Founder and CEO of Connected Travel, is himself a well connected and traveled man. His network of contacts runs deep and extensive. From USAA to Visa to Honda and b ...…
 
Big energy giants around the world are investing heavily in renewables and cleantech. But there’s a whole class of companies making moves in the sector behind the scenes. In this episode, we’re looking at the unsung corporate heroes of the clean energy transition. Shayle and Stephen share their picks for companies that are making surprising mov ...…
 
Related Episodes Not a war on cars Design the car to fit the environment Rethinking how we use and pay for roads Rent, drive, rideshare…all from a dealer Flying cars is too “Jetsons-like” they say. But technology and the ambition of particular individuals is making this science fiction concept, a reality. From farmlands to bodies of water, tune ...…
 
Spring in Michigan kicks off several mobility-focused events and for this episode of Driven’s Mobility Moments Podcast, we’re talking with Rob Stead, managing director with Sense Media about AutoSens, an automobility sensor-related conference happening in May, 2019 at the Michigan Science Center in Detroit. Listen and learn about a unique AV Ha ...…
 
Related Episodes Past, Present, and Politics of Las Vegas High-Speed Rail Design the car to fit the environment Colorado’s connected car economy Not a War on Cars Jonathan English is a doctoral candidate in Urban Planning at Columbia University. His research uses historical and other methods to examine the development of public transportation i ...…
 
It’s taken decades for renewables to compete with fossil fuels. But we’re now entering the third phase of the clean energy transition, when new renewables are beating existing coal and gas plants on price alone. "We’re on the verge of a new, radically different point in history,” argues futurist and technologist Ramez Naam. This phase of the en ...…
 
Not only has the semiconductor played an essential role in the proliferation of technology over the past half century, but the companies that design and make microchips have had to adapt to the changing demands of a constantly evolving sector. Investment analyst Isaac Sudit offers insight into these companies as well as perspective on how semic ...…
 
Despite some production issues related to heavy rains in South America, lithium production is expected to keep growing faster than demand this year, especially in the case of lithium hydroxide. S&P Global Platts pricing analyst Marcel Goldenberg in London and battery metals pricing specialist...By S&P Global Platts.
 
Ember Brillhart, Honda North America’s Manager of State Relations, joins the Beltway Talk podcast to discuss her work on state legislative issues, a typical day in the office, why she loves working for Honda, and what she enjoys doing in her free time.By AIADA.
 
This week: we dig into the causes of PG&E’s latest bankruptcy: wildfires. PG&E’s restructuring is one of the biggest in U.S. history — and it could be considered the first climate bankruptcy. The utility faces tens of billions of dollars in liabilities after investigators pinned over a dozen wildfires on PG&E equipment. What does it tell us abo ...…
 
Related Episodes Rethinking how we use and pay for roads Gas tax, EVs paying fair share, micromobility Life in Los Angeles after congestion pricing The Toll Roads, a family business From congestion pricing to banning diesel cars from entering a city center, the phrase “war on cars” seems to be very relevant. Dennis, Kelly, and Rudy explore this ...…
 
Related Episodes Colorado’s connected car economy Design the car to fit the environment The Toll Roads, a Family Business Rethinking How We Use and Pay for Roads Why Podcasts Are the Future of In-car Entertainment Today’s guest has been labeled a visionary. Be it a power plant in the High Desert of California or installing telephone lines in th ...…
 
Global energy giants have been on a distributed energy acquisition spree over the last few years. With the formation of its New Energies unit in 2016, Shell is leading the oil & gas majors in investment and vision. Shell New Energies plans to invest $2 billion dollars in renewables, microgrids, batteries, electric vehicle charging, and other em ...…
 
University of Pennsylvania professor Adam Grant talks with Capital Group’s Matt Miller about the dynamics of success and productivity in the workplace. Might a six-hour work week help? Can procrastination actually be a good thing? Listen and find out. Organizational psychologist Adam Grant is the top-rated professor at the University of Pennsyl ...…
 
Within the next decade, automakers will invest up to $300 billion in electric models, according to a recent tally from Reuters. These automakers are also spending billions more on autonomy to compliment those investments. It could result in 21 million new electric cars, trucks and SUVs on the roads. A lot of that activity is happening in China. ...…
 
Related Episodes The Most Important Customer Data Points Realistic Progression: Dealers Then, Customers Now A Modern Review of the Costco Auto Buying Program Get ePrice: The Art of Automotive Lead Generation Today’s car buyer is more educated than ever about car options and the buying experience. Automotive retailers need to meet or exceed the ...…
 
Michigan's mobility footprint at South By Southwest 2019 was huge. If you were at the Austin, Texas festival this year, you probably crossed paths with one of my guests for this edition of Driven's Mobility Moments podcast. I'm riding the wave of South by excitement with Seun Philips, director at PlanetM, Komal Doshi, director of mobility progr ...…
 
Related Episodes Design the car to fit the environment Colorado’s connected car economy Gas tax, EVs paying fair share, micromobility Driverless cities, counties, states The rise of alternative transportation options is changing our lives and can further revolutionize commercial real estate, commuting, living and working. But, in the last seven ...…
 
Related Episodes How to Gain Followers Sacrificial Lamb: Kelly’s Car Buying Experience Automakers vs Dealers Rent, Drive, Rideshare…All from a Dealer Toyota’s Slight Edge Lead generation is big business, and no one knows this better than automotive retailers. They’ve toyed around with all gimmicks and tricks in order to solicit a conversion. No ...…
 
We asked on a recent Interchange episode: how are we going to manage all this distributed energy on the grid? This week, we’re asking: how to we manage all this centralized renewable energy hitting the grid? The answer is both simpler and more complex. We need to build a lot more transmission, yes. But getting that transmission in place is one ...…
 
In this episode of Beltway Talk, AIADA Chairman Howard Hakes explains why it’s so important for dealers to make an effort to get involved in what’s happening to their businesses on a federal level. “A lot of the people are just, ‘Oh, Howard, you’re taking care of that, appreciate what you’re doing for us.’ I say, ‘Well, I need you to be part of ...…
 
China plays a crucial role in the global electric vehicles industry. It consumes more than half of the world's battery raw materials. In this podcast, editor Joyce Zhang and analyst Lucy Tang take a look at the rapid growth of new energy vehicles in China as well as the demand and supply of metals...…
 
The next recession — when it will hit, what will trigger it — is top of mind for many investors now that the U.S. expansion is entering its 10th year. Capital Group economists Jared Franz and Darrell Spence and equity portfolio manager Joyce Gordon take an in-depth look at recessions and offer their perspectives on what investors can do to prep ...…
 
Related Episodes Realistic Progression: Dealers Then, Customers Now Toyota’s Slight Edge Found in Ontario, California Leadership Lessons in Automotive Automakers vs Dealers Today’s guest began his career in the car business at age 18 at a Don Foss used car store in Lansing, Michigan. Three decades later, he is amassing all his experience and po ...…
 
We're on spring break this week. So we're offering a replay of an earlier episode -- it's all about pivots. Did you know that Nokia started out as a paper mill in Finland? Or that Nintendo once made instant rice? Many of the world's leading companies start out in radically different markets. Cleantech is the same. Sales cycles are often slow, t ...…
 
Related Episodes Evolution of sales person to product expert Thinking about a career in the car business Realistic progression: Dealers then, customers now Sacrificial lamb: Kelly’s car buying experience Today’s guest was literally raised in the car business. He started working in the business with his father at a very young age. Later, he join ...…
 
This week, the history and future of Tesla Energy. Back in 2006, Elon Musk posted a manifesto outlining his vision for a high-end sports car that would push unit volume and lower costs. It also included hints about an integrated company that will sell solar and batteries alongside cars. More than a dozen years later, that vision is being put to ...…
 
Related Episodes The Most Important Customer Data Points Sales Professional to Product Expert Thinking About A Career in the Car Business Rent, Drive, Rideshare…All from a Dealer Tune into to Wisco Weekly beginning the week of March 12 to learn more about the customer experience and dealership operations. Throughout the next series of guests, w ...…
 
Employer-sponsored 401(k)s and other defined contribution plans have become the foundation of the U.S. retirement system, but there's a $5 trillion savings gap that still needs to be addressed. In this episode, Ralph Haberli, head of the retirement business at Capital Group, suggests how 401(k) plans could do better for their participants. Ralp ...…
 
Smart mobility requires talent that can install and service an intelligent infrastructure. How does this need impact our future workforce? We talked with Elaina Farnsworth, CEO of The NEXT Education about our talent pipeline, upskilling and reskilling...and something called the Scully Effect. Learn more about how Detroit is the region leading t ...…
 
Related Episodes Design the car to fit the environment Colorado’s connected car economy The Toll Roads, A Family Business Rent, Drive, Rideshare…All from a Dealer Today’s guest is Matty Staudt. He serves as the Vice President of Podcast Programming for iHeartRadio, and under his watch, he oversees the content of more podcasts than anyone else i ...…
 
Distributed energy resources (DERs) are going to double on the U.S. grid by 2023, according to our researchers at Wood Mackenzie. By then, we’ll likely have somewhere around 100 gigawatts of flexible capacity — made up of distributed solar, combined heat and power, electric vehicles, smart thermostats, and battery storage. Those technologies al ...…
 
This week, Shayle and Stephen stumble into career counseling. There are now 3.4 million people in America working in clean energy, spanning across transportation, renewable energy, energy efficiency, environmental services and many other related areas. It’s a big number. But it also means there are tens of millions of others with the right skil ...…
 
Related Episodes Life in Los Angeles after congestion pricing Design the car to fit the environment Colorado’s connected car economy Wisco Weekly Team When toll roads are properly managed and operated, they provide congested-less roads, maintain fiscal responsibility, and produce happy customers. The Toll Roads, which are governed by the Transp ...…
 
Related Episodes Design the car to fit the environment Colorado’s connected car economy Gas tax, EVs paying fair share, micromobility Driverless cities, counties, states Los Angeles County will inevitably enact some form of congestion pricing as a way to alleviate traffic, and raise funds for infrastructure. Is the LA transportation eco-system ...…
 
Recorded in Hong Kong, this episode takes you behind the scenes for an in-depth look at China and the critical issues of growth, trade and geopolitics. Host Matt Miller dropped in on investment analyst Andrew Dougherty, economist Stephen Green and portfolio manager Steve Watson to get their perspectives on themes of vital importance to investor ...…
 
This week, we present an original podcast episode, brought to you by Wunder Capital. This is the third part of our three-part series produced with Wunder. In this episode, we’ll hear the story of Dave Riess, the co-founder and chief technology officer of Wunder. Well before co-founding Wunder, Dave found himself in a tricky spot. Even after bui ...…
 
AIADA Vice President of Public Relations Libby Newman, standing in for regular Beltway Talk host Hannah Oliver, sits down for a quick interview with AIADA President & CEO Cody Lusk to discuss tariffs, national security, and why dealers need to care about it. With auto imports in the cross hairs, international brand dealers have every reason to ...…
 
The future of transportation is when cars are connected to cars, cars are connected to infrastructure, traffic is negligible, and customers happily pay to keep this ecosystem going. This utopia can be broken down into smaller operations, and as such, we turn to the state of Colorado for some guidance on the economics of their connected car cult ...…
 
As the U.K. approaches a March 29 deadline to leave the European Union, Capital Group investment professionals discuss the market and economic implications of this seismic shift away from four decades of European integration. What does it mean for future economic growth, the political landscape and the long-term investment outlook for U.K. fina ...…
 
S&P Global Platts global market and methodology specialist Marcel Goldenberg, battery metals pricing specialist Emmanuel Latham and news journalist focusing on battery metals Ben Kilbey discuss developments and outlooks on nickel and cobalt supply.High anticipated demand has seen the 'much...By S&P Global Platts.
 
Automotive retailers need to graduate their business model to become transportation solution providers to individuals and companies. Brian Allan, Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships at Hyrecar, is a long-time “car guy” who advocates for the evolution of the automotive retail operation. While change is occurring with the onset of connected ...…
 
After a long downturn, cleantech venture capital investments are back on the upswing. According to year-end numbers from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, venture and private equity investments into the sector grew 127 percent in 2018 over the previous year, amounting to $9.2 billion. That is the highest total since 2010. Years after venture capita ...…
 
In Detroit, January is known as auto show month. In this episode of Driven, we sit down with several mobility startups exhibiting at the North American International Auto Show's Automobili-D exhibition space to talk about their new technologies and impact on mobility as well as the show. Learn more about how Detroit is the region leading the wo ...…
 
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