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From Google to Amazon, 5G to blockchain, selfies to self-driving, the internet is expected to become an even bigger part of our lives - and it's all supported by a growing legion of mammoth facilities known as data centers. Our digital footprint grows phenomenally every year and that data passes through, is stored and processed by the contents of these largest of energy intensive buildings on the planet. **** This podcast focuses on the facilities, technologies, vendors, owners, developers, ...
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Listen to inspiring speakers from all over the world to help cut emissions and do better business. Sumit speaks to people who are working in #ESG, #netzero, #sustainability, #science and #education, all showing anyone can make a difference to fight #climatechange.
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We need to achieve net-zero emissions by mid-century to avoid catastrophic climate change, and business plays a big part in meeting this goal. Join 100% Renewables’ Co-CEO Barbara Albert as she interviews senior decision-makers from organizations leading the way on climate action. If you want to hear best practice stories of how other businesses drive net profit with zero emissions, this show is for you.
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BetaTalk is the recent winner of the British Renewable Energy Awards 2020 communication category “which recognises an organisation who has done most to enhance awareness or championed positive change for renewables or clean technology with key opinion formers: parliament, government or the public”Nathan Gambling known as BetaTeach on Twitter discusses energy and the transition to low carbon technologies such as solar thermal and heat pumps with some of the best renewable engineers. He is uni ...
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Welcome to the NetZero Nation Podcast, the official podcast of the NetZero organization. Netzeropledge.org. Dive deep into the climate conversation as we embark on a journey to understand and confront our carbon footprints. As a leading 501(c)(3) non-profit, NetZero is committed to guiding individuals toward a carbon-neutral lifestyle, championing the pivotal role of businesses, and inspiring governments to become net-zero emitters. In this limited series, join us for insightful interviews w ...
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Ask ME

Mitsubishi Electric

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The Ask ME podcast is brought to you by Mitsubishi Electric's Living Environment Systems Team. Join your hosts as they speak with a range of fantastic guests, discussing a range of topics, including sustainability in the built environment, the decarbonisation of public sector buildings, indoor air quality and the importance of building ventilation, and the industry changes that are needed to achieve NetZero.
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Electric Vehicle News Bitesize

Electric Vehicle News Bitesize

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Bitesize Episodes covering Electric Cars, NetZero, Renewables, Batteries, Autonomous vehicles. Uploaded daily 7am EST and 12pm GMT. Listen daily or binge multiple episodes. Electric Vehicle News Bitesize is now featured in Feedspot Top 40 Electric Vehicle Podcasts.
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We talk about the latest diplomatic strategies, next-generation critical infrastructure technologies, and trade missions throughout the United States, Europe, Southeast Asia, and Latin America.The Embassy Row Project was founded by international energy and infrastructure technology advisor, James Scott. ERP strives to unify the next generation of leaders & initiatives that are hyper-focused on instigating positive change on issues that impact the environment, human rights, technological inno ...
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Every day business and technology move forward at a rapid rate, it becomes increasingly important to explore new ways to adapt and grow for the future. Being up to date on the latest technology is important but not enough for you to get the future you want; more important is understanding and anticipating what’s coming next. Future Sight is your guide to that journey. We bring industry-leading experts together to unpack a new way of thinking around the challenges we're facing today that will ...
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GITEX IMPACT Podcast

Dubai World Trade Centre

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🌍 Don’t you want to save our planet? 🍃 Embark on unlimited #Sustainability horizons through GITEX Impact’s leaders hub. 🌱Join the first-of-its-kind Sustainability Tech exhibition to meet #CSO’s leading experts and entrepreneurs who share their insights and solutions to lead the transition through collaborative best practices and advanced tech innovations. 🌟 #GITEXImpact2023 is the platform to claim your leadership and join the region's largest sustainability tech innovation, #ESG strategies ...
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This is the behind-the-scenes audio diary of our journey to take our business to better than net zero carbon emissions. Who are we? The business is eCommerce MasterPlan - we run podcasts (eCommerce MasterPlan and Keep Optimising) and virtual summits. The host is Chloe Thomas, founder of eCommerce MasterPlan and eCommerce Marketing specialist. This show is a little rougher around the edges than our main shows! We will be sharing how we make eCommerce MasterPlan a NetZero business, and then ta ...
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Startup CFO is a digital first, peer to peer group where finance people working in disruptive tech come together and advise on certain topics, ask questions and grow their peer network. This podcast was designed to cover topics that add value to CFOs and senior finance professionals. We invite industry leaders to cover technical and non-technical topics to help finance professionals grow professionally and personally. As the group has been around for 10 years, we know the ins and outs of bui ...
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You must take your supply chain with you if you want to get to net zero. That's what Matteo Deidda from Lloyds Banking Group told me as we discussed how we can take all businesses on the journey to net zero. Matteo will be speaking at our Pathway to Net Zero talks offering a synopsis of the Lloyds group's ambition to halve its supply chain emission…
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In this episode I spoke to Nigel Banks, Technical Director at Octopus Energy. Nigel is author of Fabric Fifth which many now see as the common sense approach to retrofitting and decarbonising homes. Nigel spoke in a personal capacity. I was extremely grateful he came on the show. I have been critical of Octopus in certain regards but am also well a…
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In this episode Baringa’s James Constable and Anne-Laure Mersier are joined by National Grid’s Chief Data Officer, Gavin Goodland. Together they discuss data and digital innovation, including the digital spine. As a technology leader, Gavin talks about his career so far and is role in National Grid. Are you on the list? For more insights from our e…
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The food we eat. You are what you eat. Eat well be well. So many phrases revolve around our fundamental need to shove something in our mouths but should there be a new phrase? Eat for the planet? In our Pathway to Net Zero sessions at the Big Zero Show, we will be exploring exactly that concept. I spoke to Tom Maidment from Hilton Foods, who will b…
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In this week's briefing I chatted to Simon Manley from UNDO, who will be taking us on a journey through carbon removals when he speaks at the Big Zero Show in July. If you've not heard of carbon removal, it's a bit similar to carbon capture but often involves passive natural resources to grab the carbon out of the air, in the case of UNDO they are …
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This week we start the first in our series of Big Zero Briefings, where I chat with one of the speakers from the Big Zero Show. In this episode I chat to leading economist Vicky Pryce as she reveals how financing and your net zero credentials are increasingly interconnected. Vicky will be guiding you through what you can do to find funding for your…
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Send us a Text Message. “It's called a crisis for a reason, and the sooner we can do things, the better. I think the education that I got through this process was that we are already at a point that is very difficult. So now we all have to get on board. You know, now I look at the world slightly differently when I travel myself, I look at what othe…
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Can tourism ever be green? It's one of those double edged swords, tourism brings wealth and changes lives often in some of the poorest parts of the world, yet the effect of tourists can be damaging to the environment. London is a world tourism hub with more than 2.5 million international visitors last year, let alone the thousands of Brits who visi…
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Nathan was grateful the IMA reached out to ask if their CEO, Simon Storer, could come on the podcast to contribute to a very interesting debate. Nigel Banks from Octopus (who wrote this fabric article) was scheduled to appear on the show and will be coming on for a follow up episode. Nathan was very grateful Richard Erskine, who could step in at sh…
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Now it's great when you the audience get in touch to tell your net hero story. That's exactly what Robert Johnson, of Arigna Fuels did and what a tale he has to tell. It's all about solid fuels especially for the rural market in Ireland, where Arigna is based. Being very open and honest, he explained how they were still selling coal but trying to c…
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Nathan sat down to chat all things heat pumps and training with Clayton Brown from CB Heating. EDF acquired CB Heating back in 2022 which is one of the largest heat pump installation entities in the UK. EDF’s strategic investment and partnership with CB Heating have supported the development of the HPIN Academy. This academy provides free training …
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Vertical farming, or farms in the sky, sounds well sexy doesn’t it, conjuring up images of sci-fi clean rooms growing everything from ginger to grapes. The truth is a little bit less sci-fi but maybe more net zero. Vertical farming allows, in general, salad crops (lettuce, rocket, kale etc), to be grown without soil, in vertical trays up to 6m in h…
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Kiran shares some insights into his business background, starting in engineering and then moving to venture capital. In this episode we talk about how the operational CFO can partner closely with the founder and lead a focus on gating important investment decisions and targeting the right metrics for success. We dip into the why rev ops must always…
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In this episode Baringa's James Constable is joined by Dharmesh Jadavji. Dharmesh has just joined Baringa from the UK Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, where he was lead commercial advisor to the secretary of state and headed up Hydrogen Allocation Round 1. James and Dharmesh discuss the UK's Green Industry Growth Accelerator (GIGA) and …
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Now time for that great debate... is meat compatible with a net zero future? Globally we consume more meat now than at anytime in human history. In the UK alone a billion chickens a year make it onto our plates in some form. Add to that about a million pigs slaughtered monthly and you can see that there is a lot of appetite out there! In terms of n…
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Ok it had to happen. For dinosaurs, substitute the Dodo and the Mammoth. For a theme park, substitute the more altruistic goal of combatting climate change. Yep, that’s right. A company called Colossal Biosciences from America is trying to bring back extinct species in a bid to rebalance the natural carbon cycle as well as fight the extinction of e…
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Heat pumps move energy from and energy source e.g. air, ground water (hence they are called :air source, ground source) to a sink. The sink is the emitter system within a home e.g. radiators, underfloor heating (UFH) and fan coils. Engineers, Installers, designers and the occupants of a home rely on radiators having accurate power output data. Unfo…
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The humble shroom. You can have it on your plate and it’s a delicacy. You can see it growing on your walls and it’s a pest. You can see it on trees and it’s a natural composter. But could fungi be the thing your home of the future is made from? They have amazing properties and can be made into materials like insulation board or blocks and new resea…
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It’s that first world problem, three years on your computer needs replacing because it’s struggling and slow but what if you didn’t have to chuck it into the skip? What if you could replace that cracked screen, or update the memory or even swap out the processor, so your laptop can go on and on? That’s the idea behind Framework, a PC company from S…
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In this episode we talk to Paul Barnhurst, the FP&AGuy, and a thought leader in training and content that helps FP&A and Finance leaders drive better business decisions. We dive into the critical ‘whats’ of FP&A, discuss the upside of seeking out those all important leading indicators and you might be surprised why FP&A leads and CFOs alike need to…
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In this episode Baringa’s James Constable, Kelly Hume and Silas O’Dea discuss the use cases of AI in the energy transition. They share why AI is not a silver bullet, the need for brilliant basics and key considerations for successful deployment of digital solutions to achieve growth. Are you on the list? For more insights from our experts, register…
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Plastic… enemy no 1 for the green lobby. We’ve learned to vilify it, from straws, to bags, to the giant rubbish patch in the Pacific. No one seems to have a good word to say about it these days. Especially as it’s a direct by-product of the oil and gas sector. But stop a minute. Where would we have been without plastic during the pandemic? How woul…
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In this episode Nathan chats to Paul Eastwood, Head of Energy Systems Planning at OFGEM and the past Senior Climate and Energy Advisor at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. Also joining the heat pump conversation is engineer Barry Sharpe from Renewable Heat The discussion focuses on what an ideal customer journey is. Paul has had a h…
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In this episode we talk to Joe Knowles, VC and partner at Smedvig. We learn about the Smedvig approach to investing and make a deep dive into the challenges making that first finance leadership hire. Joe explains how the CFO role is different from others in the C-suite and how the team at Smedvig seek to persuade founders of the ROI in that hire. H…
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Ah heat pumps - you love them or hate them. I've never really worked out why they trigger such reactions in people. Many believe they are the ultimate answer to us decarbonising heat, others say they are an expensive redundant technology even before they are widely used. What is the truth? Well I have often thought they can do a lot for the right h…
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Rob Conway is joined by Richard Venga, Business Manager – Engineering Solutions at Mitsubishi Electric, for a discussion on the challenges facing HVAC Consultants and Specifiers when designing heating, cooling and ventilation solutions for large commercial buildings. Richard discusses the legislation and initiatives driving the changes in the way w…
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Two words from ancient history? Maybe actually two words for the green net zero future? On the podcast this week I discuss if voltage optimisation is a bit of unloved technology, which could be helping businesses right now to cut their carbon and save money. The technology has been around for decades and works by making sure the electric machinery …
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In the first episode in our second series Baringa’s James Constable, Nichola Plower and Karim Alnakkash explore key themes in flexibility and the role of digital, building on their experience working together as client and adviser at EDF, and now colleagues at Baringa. Are you on the list? For more insights from our experts, register for our Energy…
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Money makes the world go round. But does it make it better? For centuries, the world of finance has always been at the heart of everything we have done from trade to infrastructure, from wars to disaster relief. Commerce drives all our decisions and choices, whether we like it or not. So where does it sit when it comes to net zero? Well the past th…
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Baringa’s Alan Rai is joined by the Grattan Institute’s Tony Wood, and Alex Gosewinckel from Baringa’s energy advisory business in Australia. They discuss Australia’s reference case and the challenges in achieving net zero for the Australian electricity sector. To learn more about Baringa, click here: https://www.baringa.com/en…
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Baringa's Will Kinsey is joined by Statkraft’s Kevin O’Donovan, and Luke Humphrey and Hugo de Sevin from Baringa's Energy Markets and Analytics team, as they discuss the key learning points from recent auctions and tackle some of the key challenges facing the auctions process moving forwards. To learn more about Baringa, click here: https://www.bar…
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Baringa's Erik Rakhou is joined by EIT InnoEnergy's Carina Krastel and Martijn Koerts, and Kate Orchard, a Senior Manager in Baringa's Generation and Trading team, as they discuss the role of hydrogen in greening carbon-intensive industry processes, and the best ways to scale up hydrogen deployment over short and longer-term horizons. To learn more…
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James Constable is joined by Baringa's James Greenleaf, and James Macnaghten from Caldera, as they have a wide-ranging and thought-provoking discussion on the challenges facing the decarbonisation of UK housing stock, the technology solutions available to achieve housing decarbonisation, and the policy and market challenges involved in accelerating…
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Baringa's Will Kinsey is joined by Becks Jeffery and Tess Kermode from Uber, and Natasha Patel, Energy & Resources, Baringa. In this episode, we have a conversation about the initiatives that Uber are developing to transition to electric vehicles, and the challenges and opportunities involved in driving the electric vehicle agenda forwards. To lear…
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James Constable, Energy & Resources, Baringa, speaks with Mike Reynolds, Managing Director of Vattenfall Heat and Stefan Gebski, a Director in Baringa’s Energy and Resources practice, about what is currently being done to decarbonise heat, and what the challenges are in driving the heat agenda forward. To learn more about Baringa, click here: https…
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Baringa’s James Constable is joined by Devrim Celal, CEO of Upside Energy, and Nichola Plower, Director in Baringa’s Energy and resources practice, as they discuss the energy transition from the perspective of real-time asset optimisation and control, new customer developments in the flexibility space, and the opportunity that renewables have to pl…
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Baringa’s James Constable is joined by Carsten Reincke-Collon, Director of Future Technologies at Aggreko and Ilesh Patel, Partner in Baringa’s Energy and Resources team, as they discuss the challenges of decarbonising diesel as a fuel for temporary power, balancing the growing customer demand to ‘grow green’ with the need for reliable temporary po…
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Baringa's James Constable is joined by James Graham (SmartestEnergy) and Henning Bottger (Baringa), as they talk about the impact of Covid-19 on the energy market, the challenges and opportunities currently facing Smartest Energy, and renewable sourcing strategies going forward. To learn more about Baringa, click here: https://www.baringa.com/en…
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Insects are the kings of the planet. They live everywhere and are the most numerous animal on Earth. We’ve heard endless stories about how eating insects will be the key to cutting our emissions from our food chain. I’m not so sure we’d all be switching to a cockroach curry or stick insect pie. But they are nature’s ultimate waste disposal experts …
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