Physical phenomena associated with the presence and flow of electric charge
me energy is a startup from Brandenburg, near Berlin, that offers mobile fast charging stations. They use bioethanol, which is converted into electricity. You can use them to “fill up” your car if no charging station is available.
CoServ takes a great deal of pride in the way it serves its Members and Customers, and the Customer Care Department is a perfect example of that, maintaining a 94% satisfaction score.In this episode of As A Meter of Fact, Darreck looks at the various teams that make that satisfaction score possible.
On this, the 181st episode of the The Darwin Awards podcast, we discuss some of the awe-inspiring ways that people have recently eliminated themselves from the gene pool. These include a man stealing his neighbor's electricity, a drunk man boarding a rollercoaster without paying, a couple of men who dunking idols in a river, and a guy who fell onto a table saw.CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO DARWIN AWARD PLUS ON APPLE PODCASTShttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-darwin-awards-plus/id1619901000OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtchcnCiY1yPnehGvoqGxhwCLICKE HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO DARWIN AWARDS PLUS ON SPOTIFY:https://open.spotify.com/show/7sX2CIm9A4ug3R1D6YAb4p?si=652d01bb00bc446c&nd=1If you enjoy the episode, CLICK BELOW AND JOIN US ON OUR PATREON for more content!https://www.patreon.com/thedarwinawardspodcastYou can email us at Thedarwinawardspodcast@gmail.comSupport the show
Electricity lines companies are being told to bolster their networks to make them more resilient in the face of more frequent severe weather. The Commerce Commission is warning all lines companies that extremes such as Cyclone Gabrielle are the new normal. And it says companies must ensure they prepare. Commissioner Vhari McWha spoke to Ingrid Hipkiss.
The United States' aging electricity grid is a problem. Over 70% of the major transmission networks – which transfer electricity from power generation centers to endpoint users in homes and buildings, sometimes in other states – are at least 25 years old, and much of the grid was built in the 1960s and 1970s. As the number of renewable energy projects being built to meet clean energy goals increases, the problem of how to connect them to the grid is only growing larger, as transmission infrastructure projects can take decades to approve and build, and utilities navigate the energy storage landscape. The US faces an existential question: as it looks ahead to a clean energy future, what should it do about its electricity grid? Should state and regional utility networks be rebuilt, or should they be replaced with more distributed forms of electricity production and storage—like microgrids with rooftop solar and local wind energy projects? Or does the solution lie in a combination of both?Climate Now posed these questions to two experts whose work examines the future of electricity generation and storage in the United States. Paul Denholm is a senior research fellow at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, specializing in the technical, economic, and environmental impacts and benefits of large scale deployment of renewable electricity generation. Bill Nussey is an author, CEO and venture capitalist whose 2022 book, “Freeing Energy,” examines the disruptive nature of distributed energy generation and its potential to produce cheaper and more reliable electricity, faster. Tune in to hear what they have to say about the future of the US electricity grid.Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram.Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website for all of our content and sources for each episode.
Jane Menton is a lifelong New Yorker and current resident of Queens, where she sits on the board of her co-op. In this episode, Jane, the mother of two young children, explains why New York City's Local Law 97, which mandates huge emissions reductions from buildings, is an “electrification monster” that will be “ruinously expensive” and could result in electricity shortages and a “humanitarian nightmare.” (Recorded August 29, 2023.)
"Chloe and Paige took their first dance class 20 years ago, probably early September right after Labor Day," Christi remembers as these moms realize they've been officially been friends for 20 years this month! Few friends have ever gone on quite the journey that these two have, but 20 years later they're still the baddest bitches in town!With the help of their trusty intern Matt, Christi and Kelly are going to answer questions to see how much they know about one another. The catch? If they get a question wrong they have to drink and they're both already hungover! What is their go to drink at the bar, what age did they have their first kiss and what was the name of their first boyfriend? Whose memory will prevail with Christi's elephant brain and Kelly's bird brain each sorting through 20 years of insanity?Plus, will a TikTok finally prove these moms right in one of their longest running Dance Mom arguments? Tune-in to find out!Quotes“That's a dirty little secret from Dance Moms. We used to go to interviews and from the waist down we had on pajama pants! We weren't pretty down bellow.” (01:33-01:46 | Christi)“When your doctor tells you that you don't get pregnant when you're nursing, they're full of shit! It happened to me twice.” (10:57-11:04 | Kelly)“I was playing spin the bottle in sixth grade. It wasn't because I liked the boy and I kissed him because I wanted to kiss somebody. I had to kiss him because my stupid bottle landed on him. Oh my god I'll never forget him because he's such a nerd.” (25:23-25:38 | Kelly) “We would go in these backrooms in New York. Chloe and Paige were like three years old and we would take them into these backrooms to buy fake purses! What horrible people we are! You were nine months pregnant with Clara!” (44:37-44:59 | Christi and Kelly) LinksSubscribe to us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC50aSBAYXH_9yU2YkKyXZ0w Subscribe to our Patreon: www.patreon.com/backtothebarreThank you to Ashley Jana for allowing us to use Electricity!! Follow her on IG HERE: https://instagram.com/ashleyjanamusic?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Download Electricity HERE: https://music.apple.com/us/album/electricity/1497482509?i=1497482510Follow Christi on IG: www.instagram.com/christilukasiakFollow Kelly on IG: www.instagram.com/kellylhyland Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Proving the solar skeptics wrong, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) now expects that utilities will add 54.5 Gigawatts of solar generation capacity in 2023. And this capacity does not include 6.4 Gw of residential installations and 1.7 Gw of commercial installations expected in 2023. SIDEBAR: a Gigawatt is a billion watts of power. In 1955 the eminent Dr. Emmett Brown stated that the only power source capable of generating 1.21 Gigawatts is a bolt of lightning. Obviously things have changed in the future. For over 20 years the EIA predicted that fossil fueled power generation would continue as our leading source of new power generation. They've been among the biggest solar skeptics, predicting that solar would never catch up. But now, solar-generated electricity is the cheapest source for new power. By far. Utility solar plants generate electricity for less than $0.02/kwh, and residential rooftop systems generate electricity for less than $0.08/kwh. Compare that to the $0.16/kwh average costs for power in the U.S., and $0.35/kwh for the average home in California. You may have heard about some of the solar industry "ups" (increased solar tax credits in the Inflation Reduction Act and more affordable battery storage systems) and "downs" (less favorable utility solar rates and tariffs on certain solar equipment). These ups and downs define what we in the industry call the Solar Coaster. Although challenging to predict, the one thing we can count on is that the economics for solar will continue to improve. Equipment costs are trending down, utility rates are increasing, and the reliability of the grid keeps getting worse and worse — all at the same time we are electrifying our buildings and transportation systems. To really understand the ups and downs in the solar industry it's necessary to look at the economic drivers in each of the main industry segments: Utility, Commercial and Residential. System costs, government policy and incumbent electric rates affect each of these market segments quite differently. In spite of this variability, the health of the overall solar industry is quite good. For a detailed dive into each of these market segments, please tune into this week's Energy Show.
In this special interview with Isaac Orr, Dr. E. Calvin Beisner discusses the future of American electricity, the economy, and human well-being in a "green" world. Visit our podcast resource page: https://cornwallalliance.org/listen%20to%20our%20podcast%20created%20to%20reign/Our work is entirely supported by donations from people like you. If you benefit from our work and would like to partner with us, please visit www.cornwallalliance.org/donate.
"I'm like five feet behind everybody, like you guys go ahead I'm just going to stay back here," Kelly remarks as the second half of "Rotten to the Core" sees bottles and bags being hurled left and right.Cathy's limo entrance in Detroit draws the immediate ire of the moms, which only worsens as Jalen's dad starts to pick a fight with Abby. If that wasn't enough, Holly requests that Abby acknowledge Nia's RND which results in Abby not only insulting both Holly's intelligence and Nia's pain, but also triggers the cancelation of Nia and Paige's duet when Holly pushes back at Abby.While Maddie's big solo return wins first place, the group performance of Avalanche leaves a lot to be desired and Cathy's team takes first overall. Abby tries to avoid Cathy after the show, but their inevitable confrontation becomes the stuff of legend when Abby takes her Wicked Witch joke too far and throws her open bottle of water at Cathy.Is the resulting fight a little overkill? Maybe, but it's certainly something these moms will never forget!(Also pardon the brief sound of the fan in Christi's audio, it was 101 degrees!)Quotes“Cathy says you know what Ab, that hair is not going to make that limo look any worse. I don't know what that means.” (17:51-17:57 | Christi)“So Cathy pulls out a dog whistle, and then she starts blowing it. She says Abby you know what, this is a dog training tool. It makes the dogs sit down and shut up. I'm actually cackling at this point, where doe shtis woman come up with that shit? Although to be fair Abby had that blue whistle in season one that she used for the girls...somebody left a dick whistle at my house this week.” (19:12-19:47 | Christi)“Jill wonders if Holly and Kelly are coming to see Kendall perform, cause that's what's important right now right? God forbid I try and not make Holly be upset. It's not like we were trying to avoid Kendall's dance. Holly was having a breakdown and I was trying to calm her down to get her into the audience.” (38:23-38:43 | Christi and Kelly)“Abby turns around while she's arguing with Jalen's dad at one point and screams at him - My child just went out there and won. I'm pretty sure Maddie did not come out of your vagina.” (53:31-15-53:48 | Christi)LinksSubscribe to us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC50aSBAYXH_9yU2YkKyXZ0w Subscribe to our Patreon: www.patreon.com/backtothebarreThank you to Ashley Jana for allowing us to use Electricity!! Follow her on IG HERE: https://instagram.com/ashleyjanamusic?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Download Electricity HERE: https://music.apple.com/us/album/electricity/1497482509?i=1497482510Follow Christi on IG: www.instagram.com/christilukasiakFollow Kelly on IG: www.instagram.com/kellylhyland Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Do you need to find some light within you during the daily wins and losses of the adoptee journey? This episode welcomes international adoptee, author, and adoptee empowerment life coach Michelle Madrid. She shares intimate insights from her own experiences growing up in foster care, being labeled with limiting words, and the intense feelings of being unwanted by her birth and adoptive parents. What if you could reclaim your identity and purpose?As we explore the adoptee journey further, Michelle unveils the eight pain points that many adoptees grapple with - from the deep sense of unwelcome they often experience to the pain of broken bonds and having the truth concealed from them. We reflect on the fear of abandonment that lies at the heart of these pains and how it can manifest as people-pleasing and a lack of self-acceptance. We also discuss the powerful exercise, "Putting Down the Baggage," which Michelle has designed to help adoptees recognize and let go of the emotional burdens they've been carrying since childhood. Finally, Michelle gives us a sneak peek into her upcoming podcast, Electricity of You. Here, she aims to provide a safe and sacred space for adoptees to reconnect with their light, ignite their purpose and share their grief. This episode provides profound wisdom and advice on the adoptee journey, the power of reclaiming identity, and the healing power of sharing grief. So, are you ready to light up your inner electricity?Find your people, cherish your people and love your people.#adoptee #adoptees #adopteevoices #adopteestories #adopteestrong #adoptionreality #adopteejourney #adoption #wanderingtreeadoptee Visit Michelle online at http://TheMichelleMadrid.com. Here's the link to the book's product page on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Let-Us-Be-Greater-Adoptees/dp/160868847X/ref=sr_1_1?crid=SVDF0EUYX7PS&keywords=Michelle+Madrid&qid=1694831079&s=books&sprefix=michelle+madrid%2Cstripbooks%2C92&sr=1-1Also great ways to connect with Michelle include: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LetHerBeGreaterInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/themichellemadridLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelle-madrid-62b1661a/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheMichelleMadrid
As it gets harder for bitcoin miners to access power, some say mining is a balancing opportunity for the grid. We speak to mining startup founder Andrew Webber about his vision for data centers in grid flexibility and look ahead at the scaling of AI computing. Could data centers using AI algorithms become flexibility assets, and if so, which use cases could be suitable? On that, we hear from S&P Global tech analyst Jonathan Schroth and professor Ben Lee of the University of Pennsylvania.
As we head towards summer, it looks like the lights will go out for some of us. The energy market operator predicts blackouts in some parts of the country because governments have failed to replace ageing coal plants with renewable power fast enough. Today, energy expert at the Grattan Institute Alison Reeve on why we have to rely on coal power for longer than expected. Featured: Alison Reeve, Climate Change and Energy Deputy Program Director at Grattan Institute
California regulators are mulling over big changes for electricity customers around the state. In other news, while the pandemic is over, COVID-19 cases on school campuses are increasing. Plus, tips on what you can do to make sure a news story is credible.
Organic solar film made from hydrocarbons is flexible, environmentally friendly and easy to apply. The film consists of solar cells that can be applied almost anywhere — not just on roofs.
In this episode, I discuss my work with a client that is trying to improve their sustainability score. One of the next steps is to establish a goal for electricity reduction, since it is a large contributor to their carbon footprint. I explain how to apply process mapping to heating and cooling a building, and why regression modeling and analysis can be helpful in focusing your electricity reduction efforts. Links Integrating Weather Data into your Analysis: https://leansixsigmaenvironment.org/index.php/integrating-weather-data-into-your-analysis/ Predicting and reducing electricity consumption: https://leansixsigmaenvironment.org/index.php/predicting-and-reducing-electricity-consumption/ Reducing electricity in a large facility or company: https://leansixsigmaenvironment.org/index.php/reducing-electricity-in-a-large-facility-or-company/ Need help in your organization? Let's talk! Schedule a free support call Podcast Sponsor: Creative Safety Supply is a great resource for free guides, infographics, and continuous improvement tools. I recommend starting with their 5S guide. It includes breakdowns of the five pillars, ways to begin implementing 5S, and even organization tips and color charts. From red tags to floor marking; it's all there. Download it for free at creativesafetysupply.com/5S BIZ-PI.com LeanSixSigmaDefinition.com Have a question? Submit a voice message at Podcasters.Spotify.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/leansixsigmabursts/message
Today we welcome B.D. Erickson on the show. He is a seasoned leader in the high-tech business world, with business and science degrees to his name, as well as certifications from Anthony Robbins Mastery University and Leadership Academy. With over two decades of experience in high-pressure leadership roles, he has been recognized for his exceptional ability to build winning teams, create outstanding corporate cultures, and drive company-wide growth. He currently runs the country's leading clean power manufacturing facility and Montana's most proficient solar company. Today, we will explore how technology can be used to promote health and well-being, and learn from experts in the field. In this episode you will hear: The amazing things being manufactured here in the US that you wouldn't expect. Why BD got into clean energy. The difference between clean electricity and green energy. What dirty electricity actually is and how it manifests. . Using your perception to address the culprits first and use as little filtering as possible. Placing your EMF devices in the same area to minimize the impact. How wiring errors can create hot spots. The role of an expert in understanding and finding dirty electricity. B.D. Erickson II is a proven leader and team builder, successfully navigating an ever-changing high-tech business climate. Having business and science degrees, combined with Anthony Robbins Mastery University and Leadership Academy, B.D. is well equipped to lead his team in the highly technical sector of clean, renewable energy. Spanning two decades in high-pressure leadership roles, B.D. has been recognized multiple times for building winning teams, creating an outstanding corporate culture, and having a massive impact on company-wide growth. Currently running the country's leading clean power manufacturing facility and Montana's most proficient solar company. B.D. possess a proven track record of sustaining high-level team buy-in, not simply surviving in the high-pressure environment of advanced American technology manufacturing but thriving. Connect with B.D. Erickson II: Website: www.saticshield.com - Promo Code: SYB (use for a discount at checkout) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/saticshield Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/saticinc/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100064324531009 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/b-d-erickson-ii-a5362621/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/satic-usa/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/saticusa Instagram: https://instagram.com/saticshield Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saticsolar/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/satic_usa/ Connect with R Blank and Stephanie Warner: For more Healthier Tech Podcast episodes, and to download our Healthier Tech Quick Start Guide, visit https://HealthierTech.co and follow https://instagram.com/healthiertech Additional Links: Shield Your Body website: https://ShieldYourBody.com Shield Your Body Youtube Channel: https://youtube.com/shieldyourbody Host R Blank on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rblank9/ Shield Your Body on Instagram: https://instagram.com/shieldyourbody
“Much of our infrastructure isn't built to withstand certain kinds of flooding or certain levels of heat. And yet, as the climate changes, so many of the things… that we did know in a world with a stable climate, those are now being upended. And all of that affects costs fundamentally… So, we need to transition to net zero…The three pieces of (federal) legislation are all about investing in America and making sure that from the innovation to commercialization pipeline, we are helping those goods get to market at scale, at prices consumers can afford.” Heather Boushey on Electric Ladies Podcast Climate change affects the entire economy, especially our infrastructure, like transportation, energy and electric power systems, buildings, manufacturing, etc. and every one of us, from consumers to businesses to investors, to education etc. Every sector, every community, every income bracket. NOAA calculated it's already caused almost $3 trillion in damages. The Biden administration signed three massive bills into law with Congress's help that address this pivot to a net zero economy and upgrading our infrastructure. Listen to Heather Boushey, Member of the White House Council of Economic Advisors and Chief Economist of the Invest in America Cabinet, in this exclusive and rare interview by Joan Michelson on Electric Ladies Podcast explain how we can economically do this transition and how this federal funding reduces our risks and costs to do, while also expediting this transition to help avert even far worse effects of climate change. You'll hear: How climate change affects the economy, and key sectors specifically. Resources in the Inflation Reduction Act, Infrastructure Investment Act & CHIPS & Science Act to help homeowners, businesses and investors make these changes at reduced risks and lower costs. Where the opportunities – and jobs – are in this transition, including for women. The impact on women specifically and resources available Plus, insightful career advice, such as… “For me, the key to my career was being clear on what my mission is….I feel so enormously fortunate that I found a president to be able to work for who shares that goal….So I think the lesson in that is either be the leader that you want to believe in, or find that leader and attach yourself to them and see what amazing things you can do together. But, for me, it's been about being clear on what it is that I wanted to achieve.” Heather Boushey on Electric Ladies Podcast Read Joan's Forbes articles here too. You'll also like (some may have been recorded under our previous name, Green Connections Radio): Kristina Wyatt, Chief Sustainability Officer & Deputy General Counsel, Persefoni and former leader of the SEC task force developing the Climate Risk Disclosure rules. Aimee Christensen, Christensen Global, Former Clinton Administration Official, Founder/CEO Sun Valley Forum & Sun Valley institute For Resilience Sandrine Dixson-Decléve, Co-President of Club of Rome, on transitioning to a people-planet first economy. Melissa Lott, Ph.D., Director of Research, Global Energy Policy, Columbia University, on how exactly to get to carbon zero Jean Case, CEO, the Case Foundation and Chair, National Geographic Society, on ESG and impact investing. Anne Kelly, VP of Government Relations, Ceres, on business supporting the Inflation Reduction Act Subscribe to our newsletter to receive our podcasts, blog, events and special coaching offers.. Thanks for subscribing on Apple Podcasts or iHeartRadio and leaving us a review! Follow us on Twitter @joanmichelson
"I'm recapping this week and I have to say, it's not all that bad! says Christi. "Yeah, cause you ain't in it!" Kelly points out. It's Christi's dream come true as she can shit-talk all she wants and shares none of the embarrassment as Dance Moms Season 3 Episode 7 begins.Abby is thrilled by Cathy's defeat in the previous competition, but takes the opportunity to chastise the girls for only winning by a tenth of a point. Pointing to Christi and Chloe's absence, Abby threatens to suspend any dancer who isn't performing up to her standards. This frustrates the moms as Abby doesn't have that authority, but it matters little to the girls who continue to feel the pressure Abby forces upon them. With the next competition quickly approaching the group begins to rehearse Avalanche, Kendall and Maddie receive solos, and Nia and Paige prep a duet.Maddie's had weeks to prepare her solo, finishing her prep well ahead of Kendall who is left appearing under-prepared by comparison. After Kendall ends up in tears over the situation, Abby strips her of the solo and offers a solo spot to the newly returned Sophia.However, what behind the scene trickery resulted in Jackie and Sophia's sudden midnight departure? Tune-in to find out!Quotes“How many pairs of underwear have you found under a seat in your car? Gross, that's so disgusting. I know but our kids would change, they had too!” (11:05-11:14 | Kelly and Christi)“Maybe you have a spot on the pyramid Brooke! Here's to hoping, got to have some kind of hope! Maybe I should take out everyone in the group. Then we might be on the top!” (14:00-14:14 | Kelly and Christi)“I was out the other day and somebody asked someone if they had seen the show. He was a guy and was like no, but I'll have to look it up and watch it. No please don't! Please don't! It's like humiliating. I tell people all the time I like them better if they don't watch it.” (1:02:17-1:02:38 | Kelly and Christi) “I really like it, it's got a lot of personality. Just so we all know, personality is code word for not a lot of choreography.” (1:07:58-1:08:06 | Christi) LinksSubscribe to us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC50aSBAYXH_9yU2YkKyXZ0w Subscribe to our Patreon: www.patreon.com/backtothebarreThank you to Ashley Jana for allowing us to use Electricity!! Follow her on IG HERE: https://instagram.com/ashleyjanamusic?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Download Electricity HERE: https://music.apple.com/us/album/electricity/1497482509?i=1497482510Follow Christi on IG: www.instagram.com/christilukasiakFollow Kelly on IG: www.instagram.com/kellylhyland Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Can EVs Really Replace Petrol Cars by the UK's 2030 Deadline? Hello! Have you ever wanted to effortlessly discuss electric vehicles at a British pub or impressing your boss with your English fluency during an office debate about the future of green energy? Well now is your chance! Today's English lesson takes a look at how prepared is the UK to switch to all electric vehicles by 2030? We're breaking it down for you, so jump in learn English the enjoyable way!
In this episode of Energy Evolution, guest Jahi Wise, senior adviser to the administrator and acting director of the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund at the EPA, joins us to talk about a $27 billion grant program under the Inflation Reduction Act and efforts to use the funding to support the National Clean Investment Fund and efficiency improvements across the country, especially in disadvantaged communities. Energy Evolution co-hosts Dan Testa and Taylor Kuykendall are veteran journalists with broad expertise covering the energy and mining sectors. In addition, Camellia Moors and Camilla Naschert, reporters who write about mining and power issues, are correspondents for Energy Evolution and regularly contribute to the show. Subscribe to Energy Evolution on your favorite platform to catch our latest episodes!
Energy economist Severin Borenstein, Professor of the Graduate School at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, discussed the many significant challenges facing the nation's electricity power sector in the latest episode of “Environmental Insights: Discussions on Policy and Practice from the Harvard Environmental Economics Program.” The podcast is produced by the Harvard Environmental Economics Program. Read a transcript of the podcast: https://www.belfercenter.org/sites/default/files/files/publication/severin-borenstein-podcast-transcript.pdf
International listeners can support TBT here: https://buy.stripe.com/14keVU54r5hQ55S000 Bilal Naeem is the CEO of Beyondgreen Solar Solutions. #thoughtbehindthings #muzamilhasan #solarenergy Do not forget to subscribe and press the bell icon to catch on to some amazing conversations coming your way! Socials: TBT's Official Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thoughtbehindthings Muzamil's Official Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/muzamilhasan Support our podcast: https://anchor.fm/syed-muzamil-hasan-zaidi3/support Bilal's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bilal-naeem-6a10a16a/?originalSubdomain=pk Podcast Links: • Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3z1cE7F • Google Podcast: https://bit.ly/2S84VEd • Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/3cgIkfI --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/syed-muzamil-hasan-zaidi3/support
We sit down to preview the upcoming Cy-Hawk rivalry game on Saturday as both teams enter the game 1-0 with Good Defense and lots of questions on Offense. We discuss some of our favorite memories of playing in this game, as well as give a picture of what the environment will be like for the players come game time. We talk about the need for the Hawks to establish a ground game, and the concerns over Cade's ability to be a complete player while injured. We answer some Iowa State week related questions from our discord and then dive into the Ward's Winners segment for the week.If you love the show and want to show support, tell your friends! And, check out our exclusive content at Patreon.com/washedupwalkons where you can find extra podcast episodes, exclusive merchandise, Merch discounts with every tier, private Walkon discord channel access, and more!Find us on social media @washedupwalkonsVisit TheWashedUpWalkons.com for all of our episodes, merchandise, and more!
On this week's interview Paul talks to Rep. Larry Scott. Rep. Scott represents part of Hobbs, NM in the Legislature as a Republican. Paul and Larry discuss the electricity situation in New Mexico and whether nuclear might be a part of the "energy transition." They also discuss other issues with New Mexico's electricity reliability and price. Paul and Larry then talk about the prospects for gross receipts tax reform and how a bill passed in 2019 impacts those prospects. Also, Rep. Scott has introduced legislation to assist New Mexico local governments hold onto additional tax revenues that could assist with replacing revenue lost previously as well as potential lost revenue from needed GRT reform.
Wind production in America's wind basket, a 14-state region including Iowa and Kansas, fell off the table in June, yet the region has served its power load during the hot summer.In this episode of Grid Talk host Marty Rosenberg interviews Lanny Nickell who is executive vice president and CEO for the Southwest Power Pool. Nickell talks about the summer's wind mystery.“We have over 32,000 megawatts of nameplate wind capacity in SPP. Again, that's across 14 states. On June 6 of this year at 10 o'clock in the morning, out of the 32,000 megawatts of nameplate wind capacity, only 110 megawatts of energy was actually produced,” he said. “That's less than 0.4% and what's remarkable about that number is that you would expect across a broad geographic footprint covering all or parts of 14 states that you would see more wind than what we saw.”It's alarming because during our peak conditions, we expect to see a little over 5,000 megawatts of wind production,” he said. The system avoided blackouts and brownouts but not by much. “It was stressed, absolutely.”Lanny Nickell – As executive vice president and chief operating officer, Lanny Nickell is responsible for SPP's provision of engineering, operations, and information technology services to members and customers. These services include coordination of reliable power system operations, development, design and administration of energy markets, development of transmission expansion plans needed to facilitate delivery of reliable and affordable energy to consumers, and administration of resource adequacy policies.Nickell received a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Tulsa and is a graduate of Harvard Business School's Advanced Management Program
What are the problems facing the implementation of renewable energy and what are some potential solutions to accelerate the adoption of cleaner energy sources? Justin and Lance discuss offshore wind turbines, solar panels, natural gas, and more. tags: tsou, justin weller, lance jackson, energy, clean, power, electricity, wind turbine, solar, gas, coal, renewable
Episode #187: Guillaume de Langre, a former adviser to the Myanmar Ministry of Electricity and Energy, paints a bleak picture of the country's multiple, overlapping, energy crises. He describes how the junta's inadequate governance and years of mismanagement under past military regimes have exacerbated the situation. Today, power cuts are becoming more frequent, causing the spoilage of food and vaccines, business closures, and postponed surgeries, among many other disruptions.De Langre points out that approximately 50% of Myanmar's power comes from gas they produce, but a resource expected to run out by 2030. this poses a critical challenge for the country's economy. Importing gas or transitioning to alternative energy sources like solar, wind, and hydropower requires significant investment and time, both of which the current regime lacks. Foreign investor trust eroded after the coup, leaving energy projects abandoned. De Langre underscores the dire, society-wide consequences of failing to address the energy crisis.De Langre notes that the military's primary interest is in securing foreign currency and funding, rather than developing energy for the people's benefit. As a way out of the current energy crisis, and to build a better future, he suggests a transition to solar and wind energy along with hydroelectricity, coupled with rebuilding investor trust. However, the military's history of neglect hinders any possibility of progress in this area. Still, De Langre envisions a possible silver lining in this challenging period – an opportunity to reimagine a decentralized, renewable, power grid. But this would take an awareness and a shift in the current authorities' priorities, something not likely to happen.In closing, de Langre highlights the economic aspect of Myanmar's tragedy, which is often overlooked in light of the many other atrocities continuing to take place. “It is a massive opportunity cost for the development of regional unity and stability! It is a massive opportunity costs for keeping that qualified labor in Myanmar… that's really critical to the economic freedom of people of households of individuals of businesses.”
Guest: Mayor Geordin Hill Lewis joins John to describe ambitious projects by which Steenbras Dam will contribute to the electricity supply.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chuck and Roxy are back with a rare special Monday Labor Day / La Cheeserie Night Eve episode! They open with reminding everyone out there to come to La Cheeseie night tomorrow September 5th at The Syracuse Mets! Go to www.lacheeserie.com for all the details. Pregame festivities will be at Jake Hefner's Tavern from 1-5pm. Go to www.jakehafners.com for all those details. Then our hosts hop into the LL POD Time Machine and welcome back for 5 Mediocre Minutes Episode 191 Will Saulsbery! We talk all about his band Money for Guns and their new album "All the Darkness that's in your Head" that was just released last month! Next it's time to "Meet the Littles" as our hosts welcome Chris Campbell to the podcast! As probably one of the nicest Duke grads you'll ever meet, we get to hear all about his career coaching NCAA basketball and how he was in attendance for The Cal Ripken 2131 game! (17:00) FACEBOOK: Search Christopher Campbell TWITTER: @Coach_Campbell INSTAGRAM: @coach_chris_campbell Then our hosts close out the show with a correction and a quick tribute to Jimmy Buffett. (48:30) Then they close out the show with your emails and notes! (56:30) SONG: "I'm Electricity" by Money For Guns WEBSITE: https://money-for-guns.com TWITTER / INSTAGRAM / FACEBOOK: @moneyforguns SPOTIFY / ITUNES: Search Money For Guns Podcast Website - www.loyallittlespod.com Podcast Email - WTFCPODNET@GMAIL.COM Twitter:@loyallittlespod Instagram: @theloyallittlespodcast PODCAST LOGO DESIGN by Eric Londergan www.redbubble.com Search: ericlondergan --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/loyallittles/support
Note: This episode originally aired on July 3, 2023 In an effort to secure electricity availability for Shanghai residents, local governments have churned out new policies and measures for another very hot summer, including subsidies for off-peak usage and virtual power plants, to name a few. We take a look at effective measures aimed at better managing soaring power consumption in China. On the show: Heyang, Niu Honglin & Pearl
Earlier this month, about 40 organizations, including the Sierra Club, outlined actions that the Eugene Water & Electric Board could take to continue the utility’s transition to clean and renewable energy. The letter follows an analysis by the utility that suggests the need for different sources of low-carbon energy, including the use of small modular nuclear reactors. The analysis is part of the utility’s Integrated Resource Planning process which forecasts future electricity needs. We check in on the plan with Aaron Orlowski, a spokesperson for the Eugene Water & Electric Board.
In this episode of Energy Evolution, guest Tom Schneberger, CEO of USA Rare Earth, joins us to talk about rare earths supply chains and the production of rare earth magnets key to energy transition technologies like electric vehicles and wind turbines. Energy Evolution co-hosts Dan Testa and Taylor Kuykendall are veteran journalists with broad expertise covering the energy and mining sectors. In addition, Camellia Moors and Camilla Naschert, reporters who write about mining and power issues, are correspondents for Energy Evolution and regularly contribute to the show. Subscribe to Energy Evolution on your favorite platform to catch our latest episodes! We want to hear about your podcast preferences so we can keep improving our shows. Take our podcast survey here and share your thoughts: https://www.surveylegend.com/s/4xyz
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He gets credit for it, but Ben Franklin was not the first guy to discover electricity. It goes back thousands of years. But how was it used? We tapped into those jolts for everything from feeling better to feeling REALLY good. It's a shocking story!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Siyamak sits down with Susan Shelley, columnist with Southern California News Group. She discusses California's renewable energy policies and their impact on the cost of living. "We are in California, bearing this tremendous burden financially to model good climate behavior. And it does not affect the global climate because it's too small. It's 1 percent of all our global greenhouse gas emissions. The whole state could shut down and it would make no difference." ⭕️Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
Electricity prices in the country have soared since the government cut energy subsidies to obtain a $3bn bailout from the International Monetary Fund leading to protests. We hear how this is impacting individuals and businesses. Also in the programme, we get the latest from Gabon, where the military has seized power and placed President Ali Bongo, 64, under house arrest. We take a look at the economic background in which the coup has taken place. Netflix has told the BBC that their gaming division is a "natural extension" of their entertainment business. We talk to one of the firm's gaming partners about the opportunities that the streaming giant has opened for the industry.
In May 1948, Canon John Hayes flicked a switch and brought electricity to the parish of Bansha, in Ireland. The village was the first in Tipperary to be connected to the grid, under the Rural Electrification Scheme. The ambitious programme ran from 1946 to 1964 and saw 300,000 homes powered up. Vicky Farncombe produced this episode of Witness History using archives from Irish electricity board, the ESB. (Photo: Erecting electricity poles in rural Ireland. Credit: ESB Archives)