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Hear from energy pioneers from across the globe who are accelerating the shift to clean energy by making their own electric power for their homes, offices, and communities. Join TED speaker and Solar Inventions CEO Bill Nussey and co-host Sam Easterby as they talk to the individuals who are disrupting the century-old grid monopoly and making clean, local energy a reality. Visit FreeingEnergy.com for more.
 
Energypreneurs is a podcast that brings solar power, electric vehicles and battery technologies to young entrepreneurs. Sohail Hasnie, our host, is a firm believer that the solution to climate change lies in these technologies, which will also fundamentally change the way we think about electricity and transportation—on road, on water and even on air. Over the last 35 years, Sohail has applied technology and innovation in many large infrastructure projects across Australasia. As a staff of t ...
 
Emerging Tech Radio is a podcast that explores everything about renewable energy, energy storage, electric vehicles and other emerging technologies in the cleantech space. It brings together industry experts, entrepreneurs and policy makers from India and around the world together for conversations that are aimed to transform the future of global energy. Hosted by Netra | Produced by Customized Energy Solutions | Music credits: Vexento
 
Sharing Insights Podcast sets out to share stories, strategies, and insights among operators of ecologically & socially beneficial projects, in Costa Rica. These stories provide landowners everywhere access to unique ideas for how they, too, might design their own business models for greater success and impact.
 
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This week, we look back on the winter weather disaster in Texas and assess the lessons moving forward: how do we properly adapt to a changing climate that's affecting our winters? Dr. Gabriel Filippelli, Professor of Earth Sciences at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, explains why winter weather is getting weirder and American Clea…
 
In this Tiny Climate Challenge episode our Guest Challenger Sophia Militello’s talks about her journey to becoming a more conscientious consumer. She discusses how she researched some of her favorite brands and companies and gained a greater awareness of her ecological footprint. Sophia also shares some tiny tips on how we can all become more susta…
 
As the fuel prices are reaching a new high every day, it is high time for us to think and take actions to help reduce the dependence on imported fuel. Government is facilitating the eMobility transition by various supportive programs, policies & awareness campaigns like ''Go Electric''. The introduction of green tax along with approval to the scrap…
 
Matt and Sean talk about breakthroughs in mining processes using nanotechnology and metal organic frameworks (MOFs), as well as the impact on battery development and solid state batteries. Also: Sputnik, Star Wars, and Steve Martin. Tell us about any other podcast that goes from nanotech to Steve Martin. I dare you! Watch the Undecided with Matt Fe…
 
Cameron Quin and Yuri Marshall are the co-founders of Mind You, who are committed to protecting the mental well-being of people for more fulfilled lives. We talk about Cameron’s entrepreneurial journey from a rooftop solar startup in Australia to a startup for mental health in the Philippines. Their collective journey in lifting the stigma, lowerin…
 
Sonia Shah's new book The Next Great Migration is an essential read for the climate movement. What are most people missing when it comes to migration across the globe? Shah discusses the common misconceptions, where it originated, and the awful history of many environmental leaders promoting xenophobia and ecofascism. Co-hosts Ty Benefiel and Brock…
 
Simplifying the permitting and inspections of residential PV system installation may be the perfect local opportunity for making a big change in the solar industry, but is the young industry up for the challenge? Solar industry leaders, Yann Brandt, CEO of SolarWakeup, and Mike Casey, President and founder of Tigercomm, share why one piece of the g…
 
In this episode, we get a chance to the world through the eyes of Dr. Priyantha Wijayatunga, Director, South Asia Energy of the Asian Development Bank. We get to hear about his own transformation from the Director-General of a multi-sector regulator, to an academic to today, managing a multi-billion dollar energy portfolio covering all of South Asi…
 
While we all have moved our dinner table discussions gradually from Virus to Vaccine in 2021, I had the opportunity to tap into the thinking of a renowned serial entrepreneur, Norman Crowley, owner of Crowley Carbon on tackling climate change. In this episode, we get a chance to see the world through Norman’s optimistic eyes, where cheap solar, EV …
 
Matt and Sean talk about geothermal energy production, company transitions to new models, and upstarts who bust the models entirely like Tesla … and maybe even an Apple Car. Also: more Babylon 5, and a bunch of comedies to make hard times a little bit brighter. Watch the Undecided with Matt Ferrell episode: https://youtu.be/-HhdR9YRGxI YouTube Vers…
 
Today I had a lively discussion with Mr. Rabindra Kumar Satpathy, a Professional in Solar Energy, who has experience of 30+ years and is the author of the book- ‘ Solar PV Power - Design, Manufacturing, and Applications- Sands to Systems’. He has a long journey since 1984 starting small projects of solar-powered electric fences for elephant sanctua…
 
Commander Scott Kelly is here! The renowned space explorer and author of the new children's book Goodnight, Astronaut, joins the show to discuss the adventures he documents in the book, why he wants to inspire kids to dream big, what space is like, growing up with his twin brother Sen. Mark Kelly, and how looking down on Earth affected his outlook …
 
Matt and Sean talk about vertical farming, Elon and Kimbal Musk, weird super-bowl parties, and share some thoughts on the Babylon 5 resurgence. Watch the Undecided with Matt Ferrell episode: https://youtu.be/2tGQXRYgKBI Get in touch: https://undecidedmf.com/podcast-feedback Support the show: https://pod.fan/still-to-be-determined Watch the show: ht…
 
What do activists do when you have a U.S. president that actually takes climate change seriously? May Boeve, co-founder and Executive Director of 350.org and 350 Action, has a plan and she's ready to accelerate action by continuing to push for just, equitable transition to a sustainable future. She joins the show this week to discuss the beginning …
 
Strap on your walking shoes and listen in as Michael Chanin, founder and CEO of Cherry Street Energy, takes us on a walking tour of the beautiful Emory University Campus in Atlanta GA where one of the largest and coolest deployments of on-site solar power at a higher education institution in the Southeast is being developed. From seven stories up o…
 
Matt and Sean talk about growing bricks of fungus, green architecture and net-zero buildings, and slaughtering non-English pronunciations. ALSO: movies and television that make them cry (sometimes in fear). Watch the episode: https://youtu.be/wmoy27EZ8y0 Get in touch: https://undecidedmf.com/podcast-feedback Support the show: https://pod.fan/still-…
 
This week, Amanda Litman, executive director of Run For Something, joins the show to talk about why running for local office matters greatly to climate issues and how you can get involved now. We discuss the importance of electoral politics in climate action and what the new generation of activists might mean for the movement. Co-hosts Ty Benefiel …
 
‘’ Change has been a factor of motivation for all the family members’’, says Mr Anshul Gupta, Director-Okaya Power group, one of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of EV charging stations, lithium-ion batteries and lead acid batteries in India. Anshul shares companies’ efforts & strategy towards indigenization to reduce the reliance on importe…
 
Matt and Sean talk about electric snow blowers (Torque! Blades! Intrigue!), Ego mowers, batteries and other home products, as well as powerful one-man shows, and cartoons about cannibalism. We cover it all this week. Watch the episode: https://youtu.be/Q2GhoDQa6tA Get in touch: https://undecidedmf.com/podcast-feedback Follow us on Twitter: @stilltb…
 
Nilofar Ghazanfar, the Head of Project Coordination Unit of the Ghazanfar Group in Afghanistan, shares her enthusiasm about the future of Afghanistan, especially its path to decarbonizing using solar power. We explore her passion and vision for women entrepreneurship and solar power, electric vehicles, and batteries in Afghanistan. Born in Afghanis…
 
Dr. Michael Mann is back on the show! The world-renowned climate scientist and author of the recently released book, The New Climate War: The Fight to Take Back Our Planet, discusses how public opposition to climate action has shifted, the ongoing fight against misinformation, and the choices we have to avoid the greatest crises to come. Subscribe …
 
Solar panels by themselves are just 10% of the cost of a residential solar system, yet US buyers are paying significantly more than homeowners in other parts of the world. Why is this? The answer is “soft costs” -- the design, permitting, and sales costs associated with system installation in the US. And, if this leading architect of the modern cle…
 
Matt and Sean talk about the unexpected pitfalls Matt experienced when putting in his Tesla Powerwall; also: how the Bee Gees are like Marvel Comics, and why nerds need to be careful about what they wish for. Watch the episode: https://youtu.be/L6_2X_7Yy1E Get in touch: https://undecidedmf.com/podcast-feedback Follow us on Twitter: @stilltbdfm @bys…
 
Welcome to the world of Ancel Mitchel, herbalist, storyteller, chocolatier, and overall quality human being. In today’s episode, we dive into the value of connecting with & supporting local indigenous communities, various ways that one might prepare a cacao bean, and the value of embracing the mythological roots or our plant medicines. Ancel is one…
 
What happens when market-based climate policies meet real world politics? That's exactly what Danny Cullenward and David Victor wanted to explore in their new book Making Climate Policy Work. The authors join the show to discuss the shortcomings of cap-and-trade reforms and how better regulations can deliver solutions instead. Cullenward is Policy …
 
Gayam Raja, the founder and CEO of Gayam Motor Works (GMW), from India, traces back his successful transition from manufacturing gasoline power 3-wheeler to manufacturing the complete ecosystem of electric 3-wheelers or e-trikes. We explore his inspiration and vision to reach a 1500 unit per unit production capacity exporting to about countries. He…
 
This week, Tom Steyer is back! We talk about the Georgia Senate wins, upcoming Biden Administration, renewed Trump impeachment calls, and how better leadership sets the stage for a renewed effort for spurring clean energy jobs. Co-hosts Ty Benefiel and Brock Benefiel also discuss what a Democratic majority in the Senate means for climate action. Su…
 
Matt and Sean discuss flywheels and how their old-school approach may have future energy storage applications. And how they hold up against lithium ion batteries. Also: a continuation of the Polly Platt filmography, Karate Kid lives on, and Sean tries to say the word "contact" (in a hidden bonus at the end). Watch the episode: https://youtu.be/8X2U…
 
Mr Vikar Gulati, Country Head & Senior Vice President at Toyota Kirloskar Motor Private limited, shares insight on Toyota's journey from hybrids to plan on moving to zero emission vehicles. He talk about Toyota's plan & commitment for 'Make in India'. He also shares his views on tax policies and vision about transition towards sustainable mobility.…
 
This week, Michael Grunwald, senior writer for Politico Magazine and author of The New New Deal: The Hidden Story of Change in the Obama Era, joins the show to discuss how the Obama Administration transformed clean energy with the 2009 stimulus package and what President-elect Joe Biden is likely to learn as a result of leading the effort. Co-hosts…
 
Meet Peter Kring, a nurseryman & farmer who has more than 30 years of experience in tropical agriculture. Peter has introduced many valuable species into cultivation in Costa Rica and maintains a collection of over 200 species of fruit trees. His farm, Finca la Isla, on the Caribbean coast, offers a plethora of workshops in horticulture, medicinal …
 
Matt and Sean talk about all the non-electric benefits of the Tesla Solar Roof, the importance of depending on experts for installation, and fair (and unfair) criticisms of renewable energy programs. Also: film, television and video game recommendations! Watch the episode: https://youtu.be/Xi_5PqHcKNc Get in touch: https://undecidedmf.com/podcast-f…
 
Congratulating myself to have competed this 50th episode of Energypreneurs on 31 December 2020. In this episode, I summarize episodes 4-49: what they are about and how they fit together. If you are new to my channel this will be a very good start and if you have been listening regularly, this will be a good recap. Please keep a pen and paper handy …
 
If you are planning to start a podcast this will be useful for you. This episode is a recording of my presentation to an internal audience at the Asian Development Bank, on the software, hardware, and strategy behind my podcast. Some found it technical, but if you are interested to understand the various equipment, software, and system choices, thi…
 
2020 learnings: Embrace humanity & sustainability! Don’t Take Anything for Granted. It is easy to assume that things will go in a certain way and to take granted what we have. We should take out moments to Appreciate everything that we have and be grateful. We will emerge stronger as a community and the coming decade will help us move towards the m…
 
Jayantha Perera, an author of 12 books, talks about his lifestyle in the first decade of retirement. He and his wife Shyamala sheds light on how longevity and technology are impacting retirement planning. We explore the importance of technology adaptation on top of remaining healthy and stay connected. While “retirement” or rather "not 9 to 5” as J…
 
Carlos Santamaria and Reah Sy are good friends and social media gurus. They both managed multiple facets of the Asian Development Bank’s social media content and the strategy behind the activities. Together, they are not only fun to be with — they bring an infectious enthusiasm to the table. Since I met them in 2015, my perspectives about social me…
 
This week, Lydia Millet, author of "A Children's Bible", a finalist for the National Book Award for Fiction and one of the New York Times' Ten Best Books of the Year, joins the show to talk about why she wanted to explore intergenerational responses to the climate crisis in her new novel. We discuss coping mechanisms, the role of religion, parentin…
 
Carmela (Candy) and Arnel Sevilla explain how they turned their dream and love for diving into a boutique hotel—“Portulano”—with its extensive diving facilities. They explain how they morphed into this lifestyle business from their high-pressure corporate jobs. Today Arnel plans to go 100% solar with batteries one day, and I think hydroponics and e…
 
Matt and Sean talk about the videogame-style microfactory manufacturing setup of EV maker Arrival, as well as (very differing opinions about) the new Wonder Woman movie, Pixar’s Soul, and and getting into 2021. Watch the episode: https://youtu.be/Z_Qyor9Yc-s Get in touch: https://undecidedmf.com/podcast-feedback Follow us on Twitter: @stilltbdfm @b…
 
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