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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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Currents

Norton Rose Fulbright

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Currents is a podcast published by Norton Rose Fulbright that features in-depth discussions on the latest developments in project finance. The podcast is hosted by partner Todd Alexander, who interviews key business leaders and policy makers to investigate important trends affecting the energy and infrastructure space.
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Ask Caleffi

Caleffi North America, Inc.

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Welcome to the Ask Caleffi podcast series featuring our tech support wizards, Greg Tubbs and Dan Firkus! They will discuss tricky heating and plumbing system problems they are tasked with solving daily and share insights from the field to help contractors discover the best way to work through tough jobs. Count on this dynamic duo to keep the series fun as they mingle in their own entertaining and relatable stories.
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The Cosmos Podcast

The Royal Institution of Australia

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Investigating the key intersection of science and the community – the stuff that actually matters to us – and cutting through the half-truths and inaccurate science that floods the digital domain. Find the science of everything at cosmosmagazine.com
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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 today's episode, we are "Bridging the Gap" with Vera Pinto - Policy Coordinator at the European Commission (Directorate General for Defense Industry and Space). The discussion covers Vera's diverse background in international relations, political science, and space policy, and her current role focusing on equality, diversity, inclusion, and the …
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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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In this podcast episode, Nithish Kumar, an aerospace engineer working with the VC firm Speciale Invest, shares his diverse experiences ranging from space education and outreach to entrepreneurship. Nithish recounts his proud yet failed passion project, ALINEA, which aimed to be a startup pitching platform inspired by Shark Tank, and how it marked a…
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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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In this episode, Asitang Mishra, a senior data scientist from JPL NASA, and Nitish Kumar, an AI team lead from ISRO, discuss the current and future applications of Artificial Intelligence in space exploration. They delve into how AI is transforming space missions, from satellite imagery analysis and space debris modeling to the automation of spacec…
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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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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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This episode of 'Those Space People' features Alice Carruth, a podcast producer at T-Minus Space Daily Podcast for a deep dive into the world of space podcasting. Alice discusses her role as a podcast producer, the similarities and differences in podcast production within the space industry, and her career journey from broadcast journalism to becom…
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Beth Waters, managing director at MUFG bank, joins us to discuss the commercial bank loan market for renewables projects. She also explains what a private placement is and discusses the areas in which she is seeing the most growth, the types of deals in which MUFG is most interested, and more.By Norton Rose Fulbright
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This episode of “Thermal Lens” features Mary Langsdale, an Environmental Scientist at King’s College London. Mary has a background in mathematics and a Phd in remote sensing. In this episode, Mary delves into her recent multi-national ESA and NASA co-funded air-borne and ground campaign that aimed to quantify the effect of directionality on land su…
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This episode of “Thermal Lens” features Charlie Siggs, Commercial Agronomist at constellr. constellr is a German satellite company providing thermal intelligence for better resource accountability in agriculture. They build satellites for imaging in thermal wavelengths, which allow analysing water stress in plants. Charlie has a background in agric…
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Roxana Dumitru is the COO & co-founder at ParaLoon. ParaLoon is a new space start-up aspiring to harness space based solar power for both space and on Earth using inflatable parabolic balloon structures. With a background in architecture, civil engineering, and physics, Roxana shares her journey from these fields to space entrepreneurship. She disc…
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Australia’s farmers and agricultural industries are at the front line when it comes to dealing with the impacts of climate change. Agriculture also contributes 14% of the country’s emissions. The recently established Zero Net Emissions Agriculture Cooperative Research Centre (ZNE-Ag CRC) aims to help the agriculture industry transition to net zero …
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Vinod Mukani of Nomura Securities is our guest for this episode. He begins with a background on his activities at Nomura and growing Nomura's infrastructure and project finance areas before switching to a discussion on the state of the commercial bank market and Nomura’s success with development loan facilities.…
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The Science Detectives are on another case. This week, Olivia Henry wants to know why animals come in so many different colours and patterns. The detectives talk to Devi Stuart-Fox, a professor of evolution and ecology at the University of Melbourne, to find out. This episode was hosted and produced by Imma Perfetto and edited by Andrew Wyrill. For…
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Sweden have had a long tradition with heating technologies and have incredible expertise regarding heat pumps. Nathan talks to the Swedish company AIRA, the new entrant to the UK's heating and home renewables industry. AIRA will be installing heat pump and other technologies across Europe bringing their expertise first to Italy, Germany and the UK.…
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Stefan Reisinger, partner in Norton Rose Fulbright’s Washington office, joins us to give an update on the tariff moratorium applied to solar modules imported from Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand and Cambodia first implemented in June 2022. He also speaks about the recent lawsuit challenging the moratorium by Auxin Solar and Concept Clean Energy, the po…
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As the title states, you are a very special group of people to me. You listen to me ramble on about heating for a start and I am very grateful for that.. So, thank you. I appreciate that very much. This is the first episode of 2024 and I wanted to do something a bit special. Something for you. As you know, this podcast is called BetaTALK... and the…
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Regional communities looking for ways to diversify income and employment under climate change often turn to tourism. Recently, the Australian Tourism Commission created a data hub to help. It shows the value of Australian tourism by region; and the scale of incomes and number of people in the industry to be staggering. The Cosmos Country podcast sp…
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Four project finance industry veterans talk about what to expect in the year ahead for tax equity, tax credit sales and debt. The four are Jack Cargas, managing director and head of tax equity origination, Bank of America, Ralph Cho, Co-CEO, Apterra Infrastructure Capital, Rubiao Song, managing director and head of energy investments, JPMorgan, and…
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William Brent, chief marketing officer of Husk Power Systems, joins us to discuss Husk’s work in bringing electricity to developing areas in Africa and Asia with mini-grids. He discusses how Husk navigates regulations and works with local partnerships, what challenges it has faced, and more.By Norton Rose Fulbright
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We learn in school that the Sun rises in the east and sets in the west. But we also know the Sun doesn’t stay in the same part of the sky the whole year round – it’s higher at some points and lower at others. So what’s going on? What about the Moon? How does its path change across the sky? On the latest episode of Science Detectives, a new podcast …
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In today’s episode, we’re “Bridging the Gap” with Shelli Brunswick - the COO of Space Foundation. Space Foundation is a non-profit organization leading space awareness activities, educational programs and major industry events and is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA. All through her distinguished career as a program management leader a…
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In this episode Nathan chats to Paul Spence, a very competent and highly regarded heating engineer. Paul installs a range of heating system types including heat pumps. It's a long but highly interesting episode. If you want to hear Paul's credentials first skip to around the 1hr 05 min mark... and then come back to the beginning of course. Paul als…
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