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Redefining Energy
86. The politics of Energy Infrastructure - nov22

Redefining Energy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 29:31


Geopolitics and Climate disasters have shown how fragile Energy flows and infrastructures have become. Moving electrons or molecules is becoming an ever-greater challenge in the drive to decarbonisation, affordability, and security of supply.Politics are always in the background, and the recent US Midterms elections have signaled the end of a full Democrat Congress which has been very active in financing infrastructures and the energy transition.To discuss Energy infrastructure in the context of divisive national politics and tense geopolitics, we have invited one of the savviest US Energy regulators of recent years: Neil Chatterjee. Neil is an American lawyer, political advisor, and government official who was Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) from 2017 until he was removed from the position by President Donald Trump in November 2020 for his “pro-climate” positions.The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is the United States federal agency that regulates the transmission and wholesale sale of electricity and natural gas in interstate commerce and regulates the transportation of oil by pipeline in interstate commerce. FERC also reviews proposals to build interstate natural gas pipelines, natural gas storage projects, and liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, in addition to licensing non-federal hydropower projects.At FERC, Neil approved several key infrastructures such as Liquified Natural Gas Export terminals, and passed the landmark Order 2222, unlocking the development of Distributed Energy Resources (mini grids, VPP, batteries). With Neil, we discuss the US investments prospects in the wake of the US Midterms, the Inflation Reduction Act, the conundrum of Permitting and more generally how Energy flows are constantly being restructured.We thank our new sponsor, The Green Recruitment Company, the leading renewable energy and sustainability staffing company in the world.

POLITICO Energy
The fate of permitting negotiations is getting murky

POLITICO Energy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 8:57


In order to pass new energy permitting rules, Republicans will need to consider whether to work with Democrats in the lame-duck Congress or push their own plan in the next term if they succeed in taking control of the House. POLITICO's Josh Siegel breaks down the paths forward for permitting legislation and why Republicans may not seek a compromise. Plus, environmental groups are calling on Democrats to press ahead with ambitious climate policies after they outperformed expectations in the midterm elections.   Josh Siegel is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer. Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the executive producer of POLITICO's audio department.  

Reversing Climate Change
Permitting Reform, Property Rights, NIMBYism, & Carbon Removal—w/ Chris Barnard of the American Conservation Coalition

Reversing Climate Change

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 49:22


Progressives generally support regulations that protect the environment. But the permitting process has become so complex that it can take five years and 500 pages of documentation to get a project off the ground. And that red tape is holding up the clean energy projects we need to reverse climate change. Chris Barnard is Policy Director at the American Conservation Coalition and a regular guest on our sister podcast, Carbon Removal Newsroom. On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Chris joins Ross, Siobhan, and Asa to explain how regulations can prevent us from building climate infrastructure and explore the potential for bipartisan collaboration on permitting reform. Chris discusses how permitting interacts with issues of eminent domain and describes what community engagement looks like in the permitting process. Listen in for Chris's insight on the regulatory barriers to realizing carbon removal at scale and learn how we might streamline the permitting process without weakening environmental standards. Connect with Nori Purchase Nori Carbon Removals Nori's website Nori on Twitter Join Nori's Discord to hang out with other fans of the podcast and Nori Check out our other podcast, Carbon Removal Newsroom Carbon Removal Memes on Twitter Carbon Removal Memes on Instagram Resources American Conservation Coalition Carbon Removal Newsroom Parachute on RCC S3EP27 Inflation Reduction Act Senator Manchin's Permitting Reform Bill National Environmental Policy Act The California Environmental Quality Act' Bootleggers and Baptists Hot Coffee Bureau of Land Management ‘The Top Five Legal Barriers to Carbon Capture and Sequestration in Texas' in Forbes Overton Window Lil Nas X's ‘I Will Avenge U Mr. Van Gogh' Meme --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/support

Plugged In
S3E7: 'Everybody agrees': Permitting reform is necessary for energy transition, expert says

Plugged In

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 25:31


"Plugged In" host Neil Chatterjee welcomes Joseph Majkut, the director of the Energy Security and Climate Change Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies to talk about how the war in Ukraine and a slow permitting process under the Biden administration have impacted climate goals abroad and in the United States. The long-term effects of sanctions on Russian oil are unknown, but location matters, As the transition to cleaner energy speeds up in Europe, other parts of the world may have taken a step back. When it comes to the U.S., Majkut explains that permitting could play a role in that pause.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Call It Like I See It
Does the Approach of Some Environmentalists Hold Back Environmental Progress? Also, Technology Growing Faster Than Our Perception

Call It Like I See It

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 56:16


James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana consider the premise that is argued from time to time that the mindset of, and approach taken by, some environmentalists may be counterproductive as far as doing better on the environment (01:29).  The guys also discuss the increasing pace of scientific discovery and why people's view of modern times typically shortchanges what is coming in the future (42:22).The energy historian who says rapid decarbonization is a fantasy (LA Times)Not Everyone Should Have a Say (The Atlantic)Neil deGrasse Tyson: If You Think We Live in Special Times, You're Wrong (Popular Mechanics)

Two Mikes with Michael Scheuer and Col Mike
The McInerney Report: The Biden Regime is Deliberately Permitting Fentanyl to Come Across the Border

Two Mikes with Michael Scheuer and Col Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 16:58


Today's "General McInerney Update" on The Two Mikes was quick and ominous. General McInerney reported that he has information that the Biden administration is deliberately permitting as much fentanyl as possible to enter the United States from Mexico. “Listening to Two Mikes will make you smarter!”- Gov Robert L. Ehrlich, JrSponsors
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Energy 360°
Permitting Reform for the U.S. Energy Future

Energy 360°

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 61:28


This week, Joseph Majkut (CSIS) talks with Mike Catanzaro (CGCN) and Marcela Mulholland (Data for Progress) about the need for permitting reform to allow for new energy infrastructure to be built in the United States. Without significant reforms to the permitting process, energy security and the climate agenda in the U.S. could be at risk as new energy projects will see continued delays and struggle to be built.    Michael Catanzaro is President and Chief Policy Officer at the CGCN Group. Before joining CGCN, Catanzaro served as Special Assistant to President Trump for Domestic Energy and Environmental Policy at the White House National Economic Council. He previously served on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee and on the Bush-Cheney re-election campaign as a top adviser on energy and environmental policy. Catanzaro was Associate Director for Policy in the White House Council on Environmental Quality and Associate Deputy Administrator of the EPA under former President George W. Bush. He also served as a senior adviser to then-Speaker John Boehner on energy and environmental policy. Marcela Mulholland is the Political Director at Data for Progress and a member of its senior leadership team. She represents Data for Progress's work in progressive policy to the media, policymakers, and key partners in the environmental justice and labor movements. Previously, she worked as a Policy Entrepreneur at Next100 developing policy related to the Green New Deal and public housing. Prior to that, Marcela interned with the NAACP's Environmental and Climate Justice Program and served as an organizer and national spokesperson for the Sunrise Movement. Marcela is a South Florida native and holds a B.A. in political science and sustainability studies from the University of Florida.

Mining Stock Daily
Integra Resources provides a Permitting Update for DeLamar

Mining Stock Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 24:35


Integra Resources CEO, George Salamis, joined us today for his corporate commentary on the ongoing permitting activities and studies being done, or which were done, as the company continues to advance the DeLamar gold project through permitting. George also discusses some of the challenges of communicating the value and benefit of mining to a polarized world and what he's working on to help improve the reputation of the industry.

The Construction Record Podcast
The Construction Record – Episode 215: Vancouver Election Construction Roundtable

The Construction Record Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 10:46


On this episode of the Construction Record Podcast, digital media editor Warren Frey speaks with Vancouver Regional Construction Association president Donna Grant and board of directors chair Craig Mitchell along with British Columbia Construction Association president Chris Atchison about the issues affecting the construction industry as Vancouver and other municipalities hold elections. All three construction leaders cited affordability as one of the most important issues facing not only the industry but the general population, both in terms of housing supply and addressing an ongoing labor crisis. Permitting and red tape, particularly in Vancouver, is another concern for all three leaders, as was coordination and consultation with the industry when cities set policy. Grant also said construction has gone from a leading creator of greenhouse gases to a big part of the solution and that future municipal governments should take that into account. You can listen to The Construction Record on the Daily Commercial News and Journal of Commerce websites as well as on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Amazon Music's podcast, and you can hear our previous podcast featuring clips from the recent Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada conference  here. Thanks for listening. DCN-JOC News Services

Political Climate
What's Shaping the 2022 Midterms?

Political Climate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 44:25


The midterm elections are less than a month away. Inflation, the economy, abortion access and election integrity are among voters' top priorities this cycle, but how will they influence decisions on the ballot and, ultimately, the balance of power? And how will that outcome shape the future of climate and energy policy in the U.S.?Political Climate hosts Julia Pyper, Shane Skelton and Brandon Hurlbut are back on the podcast to discuss what's at stake in the 2022 midterms, the latest polling results and wild cards that could drive voter turnout. Will the Inflation Reduction Act give Dems a lift?Plus, they discuss the failure of Senator Joe Manchin's bill to reform permitting for energy infrastructure, and what that failure means for the buildout of both clean energy and fossil fuel pipelines. And the hosts talk about another big piece of climate news that received little coverage: the Senate's ratification of the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol in a rare bipartisan vote. Listen and subscribe to Political Climate on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher or pretty much wherever you get podcasts! Follow us on Twitter at @Poli_Climate.Recommended reading:Vox: The unlikely allies who sank Joe Manchin's energy dealPolitical Climate: 'Need for Speed': Why Solving Climate Change Is About More Than CO2U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee: Menendez Makes Final Push for Senate Approval of Kigali Amendment to Montreal ProtocolReal Clear Politics: Latest polls***Support for Political Climate comes from Climate Positive, a podcast from Hannon Armstrong, the first U.S. public company solely dedicated to investing in climate solutions. The Climate Positive podcast features candid conversations with the leaders, innovators and changemakers driving our climate-positive future. Listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

Columbia Energy Exchange
Energy Permitting Needs Reform

Columbia Energy Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 47:38


We need more energy infrastructure.  But energy permitting regulations — primarily established through the National Environmental Policy Act — are not matching the pace of the transition needed if we're to meet our net-zero goals. Sen. Joe Manchin has been trying to pass permitting reform for more than 20 months, and his most recent proposal catapulted the issue into the national spotlight. Manchin's bill aims to reform environmental review and permitting processes. Most notably, it would reduce the time it takes to get an energy project approved.  The bill faces opposition from both the right and the left. Some Democrats have criticized the bill as a sop to big oil. And some conservatives argue that it lacks clear and meaningful implementation requirements. Since Manchin couldn't muster enough support for the proposal, it was ultimately pulled.  Without permitting reform, the U.S. will struggle to build new energy projects, putting climate targets and energy security at risk. What will it take to pass bi-partisian legislation? And how can regulatory review balance environmental protection and infrastructure development?  This week host Bill Loveless interviews Katie McGinty and Jim Connaughton.  Katie is the vice president and chief sustainability and external relations officer for Johnson Controls. She was the first woman to serve as chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality and as deputy assistant to President Clinton.  Jim Connaughton is the chairperson of Nautilus Data Technologies. He served as the chairman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality for the George W. Bush administration as well as the director of the White House Office of Environmental Policy. He is a member of the advisory committee for Columbia's Center on Global Energy Policy. Last year, Katie and Jim co-authored a report for the Aspen Institute titled “Building Cleaner, Faster.” It concluded that environmental review and permitting reform were necessary to decarbonize the economy.  Bill talked with Katie and Jim about permitting reform, Sen. Manchin's proposed bill, and why new legislation is so important for building new energy infrastructure.

Plugged In
S3E4: 'Glass all the way full': Young conservatives embrace GOP-led climate goals

Plugged In

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 26:24


"Plugged In" hosts Neil Chatterjee and energy reporter Breanne Deppisch welcome Climate Leadership Council CEO Greg Bertelsen to talk about how recent polling shows more conservatives are getting energized over climate change initiatives.  CLC research also shows that younger conservatives are more likely to embrace a push for cleaner energy, according to Bertelsen. But how will the Inflation Reduction Act help or harm those efforts? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Team Lally Hawaii Real Estate Podcast
Current Permitting Process with Janyce Myrland

Team Lally Hawaii Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022


This week on the Team Lally Real Estate Radio Show, we interviewed Janyce Myrland of Dream House Drafting, Inc. We talked about the services they offer and the procedural updates at DPP.We also have your favorite experts providing this week's tips on property management, mortgage loans, home inspection and home insurance!Who is Janyce Myrland?Janyce Myrland was originally from the East Coast and now a long time resident of Oahu. She is the President and Designer at Dream House Drafting, Inc. and has provided design and drafting services to Hawaii customers for over twenty years. She is a graduate of New York City College of Technology and holds a degree in Design and Drafting Technology. She has since added Aging In Place and Green Design certifications to her academic achievements. Her local design projects have included numerous residential remodels and a number of brand new homes. She prides herself on her ability to translate a client's wishes into construction documents and believes that each person's should be their castle.Dream House Drafting was incorporated in 2006. Prior to that, Janyce Myrland was doing drafting and design on a freelance basis for homeowners and contractors. Due to the high level of inquiries from homeowners and Realtors regarding how to handle unpermitted construction, a sister company was created in 2012 that provides permit compliance inspections.To reach Janyce, you may contact her in the following ways:Phone:  (808)206-7107Email:  designer@dreamhousedrafting.comWebsite: https://dreamhousedrafting.com

Real Estate Careers and Training Podcast with the Lally Team
Current Permitting Process with Janyce Myrland

Real Estate Careers and Training Podcast with the Lally Team

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022


This week on the Team Lally Real Estate Radio Show, we interviewed Janyce Myrland of Dream House Drafting, Inc. We talked about the services they offer and the procedural updates at DPP.We also have your favorite experts providing this week's tips on property management, mortgage loans, home inspection and home insurance!Who is Janyce Myrland?Janyce Myrland was originally from the East Coast and now a long time resident of Oahu. She is the President and Designer at Dream House Drafting, Inc. and has provided design and drafting services to Hawaii customers for over twenty years. She is a graduate of New York City College of Technology and holds a degree in Design and Drafting Technology. She has since added Aging In Place and Green Design certifications to her academic achievements. Her local design projects have included numerous residential remodels and a number of brand new homes. She prides herself on her ability to translate a client's wishes into construction documents and believes that each person's should be their castle.Dream House Drafting was incorporated in 2006. Prior to that, Janyce Myrland was doing drafting and design on a freelance basis for homeowners and contractors. Due to the high level of inquiries from homeowners and Realtors regarding how to handle unpermitted construction, a sister company was created in 2012 that provides permit compliance inspections.To reach Janyce, you may contact her in the following ways:Phone:  (808)206-7107Email:  designer@dreamhousedrafting.comWebsite: https://dreamhousedrafting.com

Inbound Success Podcast
Ep. 265: What is social permitting ft. Jeff Risley

Inbound Success Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 38:58


What does inbound marketing have to do with large public sector projects? While it's not the typical use case we think of when someone says the phrase “inbound marketing”, the same concepts that were developed to attract, convert and close B2B customers can be used to communicate with stakeholders and secure buy-in for complex public projects. Jeff Risley and the team at Saxum call this “social permitting” and it involves four steps: Awareness Appeal Activation Advocacy In this episode, Jeff describes what social permitting is, how it's used, and the specific steps that Saxum goes through to help its clients with it as they work to build support for public sector projects. Get the details on all of this, and more, in this week's episode.

Go West, Young Podcast
An evidence-based look at permitting reform

Go West, Young Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 49:11


University of Utah law professor Jamie Pleune joins Kate and Aaron on the Landscape to talk about the National Environmental Policy Act and permitting reform. Pleune and her colleagues analyzed over 40,000 Forest Service NEPA decisions to determine the mean and median time it takes to complete reviews, as well as what causes the majority of delays […] The post An evidence-based look at permitting reform appeared first on Center for Western Priorities.

POLITICO Energy
Why Manchin's fight to overhaul energy permitting isn't over

POLITICO Energy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 8:03


Earlier this week, Sen. Joe Manchin conceded defeat on his push to combine his energy permitting package with a short-term government funding bill. Though the bill might have died before it reached the Senate floor, some lawmakers and clean energy advocates are hopeful a compromise can be revived. POLITICO's Josh Siegel and Kelsey Tamborrino discuss why Manchin backed off on his top priority and the remaining obstacles any future legislation faces. Plus, President Joe Biden on Wednesday warned oil companies against increasing gasoline prices as Hurricane Ian makes landfall in the United States.   Josh Siegel is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Kelsey Tamborrino is a reporter covering clean energy. Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer.  Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the executive producer of POLITICO's audio department.

CQ Morning Briefing
Manchin drops permitting, clears stopgap path

CQ Morning Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 1:48


David Higgins shares a surprise development that should speed up passage of the stopgap spending measure, and updates on House antitrust enforcement and a backlog that keeps veterans from accessing benefits.

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
Joe Manchin Pulls His Permitting Reform

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 25:08


With a government shutdown looming, Sen. Joe Manchin withdraws his permitting proposal, while Sen. Chuck Schumer blames Republican obstruction. But does Manchin have only himself to blame? Plus, a lawsuit against Joe Biden's plan for student-loan forgiveness might solve the legal standing problem for the President's critics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

C-SPAN Radio - Washington Today
Senate clears key hurdle to avoid federal shutdown as Manchin pulls energy permitting from spending bill

C-SPAN Radio - Washington Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 45:48


Energy permitting reform removed from temporary gov't funding bill due to GOP opposition, President Biden pledges help to Florida as Hurricane Ian approaches, Senate Committee passes Electoral Count Act reform, leaks in Nord Stream gas pipelines may be sabotage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Majority Report with Sam Seder
2933 - Where Will The Iran Protests Lead?; The Fate Of Manchin's Permitting Ploy w/ Trita Parsi

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 72:44


Sam is back, and he and Emma break down the biggest headlines of the day. Then they are joined by Trita Parsi, Executive Vice President at the Quincy Institute, to discuss the recent widespread demonstrations in Iran. First, Emma and Sam walk through updates on the upcoming Fed-induced recession, the Secret Service's secret dealings in the wake of January 6th, and the mass walkouts among Virginia High Schools in opposition to Youngkin's anti-trans legislation, before diving deeper into the contents of the Continuing Resolution, whether Manchin's permitting reform will end up on the cutting room floor, and parse through the details of AG Ken Paxton's great escape from being subpoenaed. Trita Parsi then joins as he situates the current uprising in Iran, beginning with the story of Mahsa Amini, who died in the custody of the regime's “Morality Police,” why her death struck such a nerve, and touching on the greater economic disaster, general repression, and wide-scale corruption that pushed the population to this point, before walking through the various groups that make up the protests, exploring why the role of young people and the aid of the middle class has been central to the developments of these last few weeks. Next, they discuss where this departs from other large-scale protests in Iran that we've seen, between 1979 and 2009, parsing through the absence of a real leadership structure today alongside a regime very unlikely to flee. After a discussion of the failure of the regime to garner the faith of their populace, focusing solely on fear and control, and why the state wants to make the murder of Amini about her Kurdish identity, they wrap up the interview by looking at the differences between how Obama's Administration reacted in 2009 and how Biden's has today, and establishing whether or not we could see this effect the future of a nuclear deal. And in the Fun Half: Sam and Emma talk with Sergeant Marx of Atlanta on the suspicious rerelease of Elijah McClain's autopsy report, why it tries to pin the fault on the paramedics, and what the role of ketamine actually could've played. Bernie is confronted with the GOP's priorities (as listed by Rick Scott), starting with saluting the flag, of course, and the crew watches Fox News hosts rally behind the election of Italian Fascist Giorgia Meloni, with Tucker, Trey Gowdy, and Ben Domenech bringing up points such as “she won an election, that makes her a moderate.” Zach from Illinois talks MAGA-Communism and why fascists are courting kids with leftist tendencies, Stephen Crowder continues his demented tirades on the side of rape culture, and Don Bolduc discusses the difference between his views today, and his views when he declared without a doubt that the 2020 election was stolen, plus, your calls and IMs! Check out Trita's piece on Iran here: https://responsiblestatecraft.org/2022/09/22/iranian-regimes-allergy-to-reform-breeds-violence-for-change/ Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://am-quickie.ghost.io/ Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Get the free Majority Report App!: http://majority.fm/app Check out today's sponsors: Tushy: Hello Tushy cleans your butt with a precise stream of fresh water for just $79. It attaches to your existing toilet – requires NO electricity or additional plumbing – and cuts toilet paper use by 80% – so the Hello Tushy bidet pays for itself in a few months. Go to https://hellotushy.com/majority to get 10% off today! fast growing trees: Making your house feel like home - indoors and out - can improve your day to day life — That's why we recommend FastGrowingTrees.com. The experts at Fast Growing Trees curate thousands of plants so you can find the perfect fit for your specific climate, location, and needs. Go to https://fastgrowingtrees.com/MAJORITY right now, and you'll get FIFTEEN PERCENT OFF your entire order NOW through OCTOBER 15TH. Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn @BradKAlsop Check out Matt's show, Left Reckoning, on Youtube, and subscribe on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/leftreckoning Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ Check out Ava Raiza's music here! https://avaraiza.bandcamp.com/ The Majority Report with Sam Seder - https://majorityreportradio.com/ Check out this piece from the Jewish Telegraphic Agency: https://www.jta.org/2017/01/31/united-states/remember-the-11-million-why-an-inflated-victims-tally-irks-holocaust-historians

KPFA - The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays
Hurricane Ian set to strike Florida as massive storm; Climate justice activists cheer as Senator Manchin drops pipeline permitting proposal; Electoral Count law revisions set to clear Senate: The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays – September 27, 2022

KPFA - The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 59:59


Comprehensive coverage of the day's news with a focus on war and peace; social, environmental and economic justice. Hurricane Ian threatens life-threatening storm surge in and around Tampa, Florida; 2.5 million under evacuation orders January 6 Committee delays tomorrow's hearing, citing Hurricane Ian Bipartisan Senate support to revise 100 year old Electoral Count law Russia reports huge majority votes in its Ukrainian referenda; Western nations denounce vote as a sham West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin withdraws “dirty” pipeline provision to avoid deadlock on stopgap government spending bill Striking SFO and Kaiser workers testify at San Francisco Supervisors meeting   Image:NOAA.gov Image viewer The post Hurricane Ian set to strike Florida as massive storm; Climate justice activists cheer as Senator Manchin drops pipeline permitting proposal; Electoral Count law revisions set to clear Senate: The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays – September 27, 2022 appeared first on KPFA.

Sound On
Sound On: Manchin Ends Permitting Bid, Election Meddling

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 37:58


Bloomberg Washington Correspondent Joe Mathieu delivers insight and analysis on the latest headlines from the White House and Capitol Hill, including conversations with influential lawmakers and key figures in politics and policy. Joe spoke with Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget President, Maya MacGuineas on the breaking news that Joe Manchin dropped his effort to include permitting reform language into the government funding bill, and the hefty price tag for President Biden's student debt forgiveness plan, Ryan Teague Beckwith, Bloomberg News National politics reporter on Bloomberg's Election Risk Index that outlines which states are most vulnerable to political election interference. Plus, our politics panel, Bloomberg Politics Contributors Jeanne Sheehan Zaino & Rick Davis on Joe Manchin's permitting bill being cut from the stopgap spending bill, what states are the most vulnerable to political election interference, and video footage of Roger Stone that was filmed weeks before the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sound On
Sound On: Manchin Permitting Bill Fate, Global Markets Rout

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 37:20


Joe spoke with Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, a Republican from Tennessee's 3rd district on the continuing resolution to fund the government, and the fate of Joe Manchin's permitting bill, Euan Rellie, Co-founder and Managing Partner of BDA Partners on global market volatility. Plus, our politics panel, Bloomberg Politics Contributors Jeanne Sheehan Zaino & Rick Davis on the Republicans agenda if they take back the House in the midterms, the fate of Joe Manchin's permitting bill and Donald Trump's weekend rally in North Carolina. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
Can Joe Manchin Save His Permitting Reforms?

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 23:39


The West Virginia Senator's long-promised permitting bill will soon come to a vote, but he's struggling to find enough support to overcome a bipartisan filibuster. Why is he having so much trouble? Plus, Al Gore tries to engineer a coup against World Bank President David Malpass in the name of climate change.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

POLITICO Energy
What Manchin's permitting bill means for FERC

POLITICO Energy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 8:30


Sen. Joe Manchin's permitting bill unveiled last week significantly expands the powers of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, whose chairman he's criticized in the past. POLITICO's Catherine Morehouse breaks down how the bill elevates FERC's authority while also helping Manchin's own goals. Plus, the World Bank president says he will not resign after apologizing for his remarks on climate science.    Josh Siegel is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Catherine Morehouse is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer.  Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the executive producer of POLITICO's audio department.

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
Getting Energy Permitting Reform Right

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 7:27


Next week, the Senate will vote on Joe Manchin's bill which would reform permitting for energy projects. It faces a tough uphill battle against progressive Democrats and GOP members. But, would these lawmakers be making a mistake by voting against it? Phil Rossetti from the R Street Institute explains why we need permitting reform in the US and how it needs to be done with the right incentives to encourage innovation and investment. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Potomac Perspective with Brian Gardner
Senator Manchin & The Permitting Pothole

Potomac Perspective with Brian Gardner

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 19:56


Democrats and Republicans don't agree on much, but Senator Joe Manchin's plan to reform the nation's permitting process for energy infrastructure is fueling opposition from both sides of the aisle. In the latest episode of Potomac Perspective, Stifel Chief Washington Policy Strategist Brian Gardner looks at the implications from that potential impasse. Also discussed: big bank CEOS get grilled by Congress and have Republicans improved their prospects in the midterm elections? This material is prepared by the Washington Policy Strategy Group of Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated (“Stifel”). This material is for informational purposes only and is not an offer or solicitation to purchase or sell any security or instrument or to participate in any trading strategy discussed herein. The information contained is taken from sources believed to be reliable, but is not guaranteed by Stifel as to accuracy or completeness. The opinions expressed are those of the Washington Policy Strategy Group and may differ from those of other departments that produce similar material and are current as of the date of this publication and are subject to change without notice. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance. Stifel does not provide accounting, tax, or legal advice and clients are advised to consult with their accounting, tax, or legal advisors prior to making any investment decision. Additional information is available upon request. Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated is a broker-dealer registered with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and is a member SIPC & NYSE. © 2022See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CQ Morning Briefing
Manchin set to unveil permitting proposal

CQ Morning Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 1:43


David Higgins previews the release of Sen. Joe Manchin's permitting proposal, a markup on child welfare in honor of the late Rep. Jackie Walorski, and a new timeline for the Senate NDAA.

City of Redding Podcast
Do I Need a Building Permit for my Project? Most Likely Yes.

City of Redding Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 36:14


Are you looking to start a Do It Yourself project at your home and wondering how to navigate the Permitting process?  And why do some simple home projects require a permit anyway? In this episode, we'll meet Jeremy Pagan, the newly appointed Development Services Director. With His background as an engineer and Building Official, he'll explain why the permitting and building inspection process is so important for the safety of our community and why you should care that it's done right. He also talks about the important role Development Services has in Redding- from working with DIYers and Construction professionals to major planning documents that shape our future growth. He'll give us the latest updates on the progress of the Riverfront Specific Plan and the Redding Tree Ordinance.Jeremy has a lot of goals for this department and big plans for Redding. If you're interested in any kind of construction project or are curious about what Redding might look like in the future, this episode is for you. Learn more about the Development Services Department>>Listen to the transcript>>

NewMercuryMedia
PNN/EJR - Details of SCAM aka Fossil Fuel Permitting 'Reform'-

NewMercuryMedia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 76:00


More on the alleged 'permitting reforms' on the mining and transporting of fossil fuels, demanded by both democrats and republicans, is nothing but a big scam. It's a scam in terms of environmental concerns, in addition to violating the rights of communities where these pipelines and mining interest will situate their operations. This is about so much more than the Mountain Valley Pipeline Both parties are working overtime to render two environmental laws, namely NEPA and the Clean Water Act--impotent.  Add to that the 'carbon capture & storage' scheme, and you have a 'perfect storm' of lies, half-truths, misinformation and other forms of obfuscation which some call 'greenwashing.' I call it criminal enterprise aided and abetted by our corrupt political system.  Tune in.    Jeanine

The Capitol Pressroom
Landfill permitting process targeted for update

The Capitol Pressroom

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 12:29


Sept. 16, 2022 - Assemblymember John McDonald, a Capital Region Democrat, makes the case for updating New York's permitting process for landfills and discusses state regulation of industrial sites.

West Virginia Morning
Changes To Pipeline Permitting And Our Song Of The Week On This West Virginia Morning

West Virginia Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 12:51


On this West Virginia Morning, both U.S. Senators for West Virginia want to reform permitting for pipelines, but agreement in the upper chamber of Congress is not always that easy.

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
Senator Joe Manchin's Permitting Deal Causes Trouble for Democrats

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 9:27


Senator Chuck Schumer agreed to include Senator Joe Manchin's permitting reforms in a bill to fund the government in exchange for Senator Manchin's vote for the Inflation Reduction Act. Now it's September, and Democrats are voicing their opposition to the deal. James Broughel from the Mercatus Center explains what Joe Manchin's asking for and whether or not it has a chance of passing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Bonfire with Big Jay Oakerson and Dan Soder
Time Permitting (feat. Justin Silver)

The Bonfire with Big Jay Oakerson and Dan Soder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 41:45 Very Popular


Justin Silver joins The Bonfire and gets questioned about his current social media promotion. The gang dives into a jailhouse doc A & E's 60 Days In.Stream "The Bonfire with Big Jay Oakerson & Dan Soder" for 3 months free on the SiruisXM app! Offer Details Apply: www.SiriusXM.com/BonfireFollow us on all social media @TheBonfireXM@DanSoder www.DanSoder.com@BigJayOakerson www.BigJayOakerson.com@IAmJustinSilver www.IAmJustinSilver.com

Volts
What's up with Manchin's plan to reform energy permitting?

Volts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 54:42


As part of his price for agreeing to pass the Democrats' Inflation Reduction Act, Senator Joe Manchin extracted a promise from Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to pass a "sidecar deal” addressing the issue of permitting reform. Earthjustice president Abigail Dillen thinks it's a bad deal. I called her to talk through her reservations about the deal, her larger take on permitting reform, and her thoughts on how to build the renewable energy needed to address climate change. Get full access to Volts at www.volts.wtf/subscribe

Virginia Public Radio
Communities permitting solar arrays should plan ahead for their removal

Virginia Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022


There are at least 63 large scale solar facilities generating power in Virginia and about twenty more are in the works, but it turns out only a quarter of counties in the state have laws that govern what will happen to those arrays once solar panels stop working.  Now they'll be getting some guidance, as […]

POLITICO Energy
Why clean vs green is the next permitting battleground

POLITICO Energy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 9:31


Democratic leaders made a political compromise with Senator Joe Manchin to get his support for the Inflation Reduction Act: pass the bill now and the party will vote on separate legislation that would speed federal infrastructure permits for both clean energy and fossil fuels. But that bill is dividing Democratic lawmakers, clean energy groups and green activists. POLITICO's Josh Siegel breaks down why Democrats and their allies are so divided over permitting and the timeline the party is working with to pass that legislation.   Josh Siegel is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Kelsey Tamborrino is a reporter covering clean energy. Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer.  Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the executive producer of POLITICO's audio department.

Keys of the Kingdom
9/3/22: Pentecost

Keys of the Kingdom

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 115:00


The solution to all the world's problems; Sin; Wrath of God; Christ's instructions; Strong delusion; "Born again"; Testing your faith; Doctrine of Jesus Christ; Identity politics vs Individual; "Jesus Christ" - not a name; "Christ" is a title - what's the significance?; Who's your christ/king/president/ruler?; Seeing truth about yourself; "logos"; Recognizing distorted truth; Taxation and exemptions; Only one denominator for Christians; Christ acting as king; Kingdom not of this world; Mt 10:34; "sword"; Guns; Leading of the Holy Spirit; Conformity to doctrine of Jesus; Pentecost; The Way; Identity religion; Measuring the kingdom; Home congregating; Practicality; Repentance; "Corban"; Centurions; Making word of God to none effect; Charity; vs Force; Baptism of Christ; Synagogues of Christ; Gathering in free assemblies; Legal charity; Saving yourself?; Cain; Doers, not sayers; Saying lies?; "Adamah"; Cain vs Abel; Living stones; Social Security; Sureties for debt; God of reason; John 9:22; Conjuring salvation; John Locke; Jeffersonian bible; Idolatry; Understanding context; Nazareth?; Essenes; Table of devils; Saul's folly; Forced offerings; Political Jesus; Post-Pentecostal society; What repentance looks like; Government of, for and by the people; Permitting choice; Perfect law of liberty; Kingdom of God at hand; Setting neighbors free; Christ was king; Other nations; Appointing a kingdom to the apostles; Rules for His kingdom; Knowing Christ; Preaching Christ first; Rabbit trails vs rabbit holes; Mt 21:43; Losing liberty; Crucifixion; Ekklesia; The seventy; Acts 2:46; Seeking His kingdom and grace; Putting children into debt; Making God's word TO effect; Staying rational; Synagogues of Satan; Find your synagogue.

Montana Talks with Aaron Flint
BLM Permitting Bison Grazing to the APR

Montana Talks with Aaron Flint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 35:19


The full statewide hour of Montana Talks was devoted to the continuing encroachment of the American Prairie Reserve, with the support of the BLM. Raylee Honeycutt of the MT Stockgrowers Assoc. and Attorney General Austin Knudsen weighed in.

Government Matters
Peace Corps resumes operations, Permitting Council's budget increase, War in Ukraine updates – August 28, 2022

Government Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 26:10


Peace Corps volunteers return to service Carol Spahn, chief executive officer of the Peace Corps, provides an update as her organization invites volunteers back to serve communities after a pause due to the pandemic   Permitting Council's $350 million budget increase Christine Harada, executive director of the Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council, discusses how the council will use new funding from the Inflation Reduction Act for infrastructure projects   War in Ukraine surpasses the six-month mark Keith Darden, associate professor in the School of International Service at American University, provides updates about the Russia-Ukraine war, assistance from the United States and nuclear concerns

Think Out Loud
How is the permitting system to visit national parks in Oregon going?

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 18:02


Mount Hood has proposed a new permit system for people wanting to scale its summit. Deschutes and Willamette National Forest launched a similar system last year. How do these systems work? Are they successful at reducing crowds? What happens if you're caught without a permit? To answer these questions and more, we're joined by Lisa Machnik, Recreation, Heritage, Partnerships and Land Staff Officer with the Deschutes National Forest.undefinedundefinedHEADLINE: How is the permitting system to visit national parks in Oregon going?

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
Energy Permitting Reforms That Make Sense

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 9:04


A lot of ink has been spilled on how the United States' crazy permitting rules prevent green energy projects from getting off the ground. With Congress in perpetual gridlock (and campaign mode), is there anything that can be done right now to fix our problems with permitting and get more solar and wind projects online?  Phil Rossetti from the R Street Institute has some suggestions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

POLITICO Energy
Why progressives will fight Manchin's permitting deal

POLITICO Energy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 6:16


Now that the Inflation Reduction Act is set to be signed into law by President Joe Biden, progressives and moderates in the Democratic party may clash about a secondary agreement struck by Senator Joe Manchin and democratic leadership to pass permitting reform legislation. POLITICO's Kelsey Tamborrino explains.   Kelsey Tamborrino is a reporter covering clean energy. Josh Siegel is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer.  Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the executive producer of POLITICO's audio department.

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Vertically Integrating in Commercial Real Estate

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 18:45


Vertically integrating your business into commercial real estate allows your company to streamline operations by taking direct ownerships to various phases of your business process.    Tyler Cauble is the Founding Principal and President of The Cauble Group. He's a native Nashvillian, not only a witness to the city's tremendous growth but is also involved in it through his developments, renovation projects, and volunteer work. As President of The Cauble Group, Tyler helps bring together buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants in retail, office, industrial, and multi-family real estate. He's committed to helping business owners understand the market to grow their businesses and be part of Nashville's future. Cauble is also the best-selling author of Open For Business: The Insider's Guide to Leasing Commercial Real Estate. [00:01 - 05:16] Opening Segment   Tyler  Cauble started his career as a project manager for his grandfather's construction company. Creating a company to buy debt - going through learning curves In 2013, he was brought on to work for a boutique developer and leased a couple of properties. Tyler's first project was selling 42 townhomes down in Bellevue, A 10-minute drive Southwest of Nashville. He wrote a book on leasing commercial real estate called Open for Business. Tyler started the Cauble Group, which is his commercial real estate brokerage.   [05:17 - 10:17]How to Grow a Vertical Business with Multiple Channels Tyler Started multiple businesses to grow vertically integrated His key to success was being very in the same lane with his team and doing this similarly with development and investment groups To do this, getting people trained and putting the right people in their rightful seats.   [10:18 - 17:33] Industrial Real Estate: The Bright Future There is a limited supply in the current state of industrial real estate. Industrial real estate is a good investment because it has a low turnover rate and high demands. There is an opportunity to build flex spaces  Flex space can be from 12 to 18 dollars a foot. Tyler buys properties that are already zoned. He suggested that if you are buying properties that need rezoning, talk to your local Alderman, Councilman, and politicians and make sure your neighborhood supports your request. [17:56 - 20:01] Closing Segment   Reach out to Tyler See links below  Final words Tweetable Quote   “If you've got to go through rezoning, just make sure you talk to your local alderman, Councilman, politicians, etc. And make sure the neighborhood's going to support it.”  - Tyler Cauble   ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Tyler Cauble by visiting his website at https://www.tylercauble.com/   Resources Mentioned   Open for Business: The Insider's Guide to Leasing Commercial Real Estate     Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com [00:00:00] Tyler Cauble: One thing that I will say about starting multiple different companies and, growing them all is make sure that you're very much in the same lane, right? Like we are very vertically integrated. The cobble group was my main project for the longest time. And every time the cobble group would go get a listing. [00:00:17] Tyler Cauble: persol which is my property management company would get the management  [00:00:20] Intro: Welcome to the how to scale commercial real estate show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big.  [00:00:32] Sam Wilson: Tyler cobble is a commercial real estate broker, developer, and investor based in Nashville, Tennessee. Tyler. Welcome to the show.  [00:00:39] Tyler Cauble: Sam. Thanks for having me on buddy. I'm excited to be  [00:00:41] Sam Wilson: here. Hey man, I, I appreciate the pleasures of mine. I think you might win the award and I'm sure you get this a lot for the best beard on a podcast. [00:00:49] Sam Wilson: I'm absolutely jealous. How long have you been growing  [00:00:52] Tyler Cauble: that? Thank you. Man it's been about this link for, I don't know right now, probably a year or two. I've usually got a pretty long one. Yeah. I used to keep it a little more trimmed up, but now, we live in a post pandemic world, I wear t-shirts and grew my beard out. [00:01:05] Tyler Cauble: So it's  [00:01:06] Sam Wilson: I hear you different. I hear you, man. I can't grow any hair on the top of my head, but I can grow a heck of a beard, but I just could never, I just never had the  [00:01:14] Tyler Cauble: patience. I'll take that trade off all day. I'd rather have a beard with no hair on my head. [00:01:18] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. I would not grow. I would never not be bald. Like I love being bald. There's no complaints. Absolutely none. Tyler, there are three questions. I ask every guest who comes from the show and 90 seconds or less you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did  [00:01:31] Tyler Cauble: you get there? [00:01:32] Tyler Cauble: So I jumped outta college after my freshman year at the university of Tennessee moved back to Nashville and started working as a project manager for my grandfather's construction company. And about three months into that, a boutique developer that I had actually sold to from a summer job. The year I graduated from high school. [00:01:49] Tyler Cauble: Heard that I was back in town and he wanted me to come work for him and lease a couple of properties that he had. This was back in 2013, the commercial real estate market was very different. It was very slow. We had nice assets that were 70% occupied, which is really bad. So they brought me in, I started working on those. [00:02:05] Tyler Cauble: I got to sit in on the development meetings every week for two years, three years. Until I finally learned how to put my own development together. So my first project was 42 town homes for sale down in Bellevue, which is about 10 minutes Southwest in Nashville and left shortly thereafter wrote a book on leasing commercial real estate called open for business. [00:02:25] Tyler Cauble: Started the cobble group, which is my commercial real estate brokerage. Six months later started Perol property management. And then about a year after that started my investment in development company. Since then we've acquired about 2.1 million square feet of commercial real estate mostly office and retail. [00:02:40] Tyler Cauble: A little bit of industrial in Tennessee. So national and Chattanooga eventually we'll expand beyond that, but that's where we.  [00:02:46] Sam Wilson: Man that is a lot of moving pieces. It sounds like you regret dropping out of  [00:02:51] Tyler Cauble: college. Ah, it's the worst decision I could have ever made. I can't believe I did that. man, what's funny is seriously like the, the second year, like when all of my friends were graduating, I did truly regret it. [00:03:02] Tyler Cauble: Commercial real estate is hard and I thought that coming into it, I was gonna make six figures my first year. Cause I was actually really good at. Got absolutely crushed. I made like 40 grand my first year. And the second year when all of my friends were graduating, I was looking at my my pay stub again. [00:03:17] Tyler Cauble: And it was like, I swear, $40,500. It was like $500 difference. And here I am like, man, all my friends are graduating with degrees. I'm making no money at all. What did I do to myself? And of course that year I tripled my income. So haven't looked back.  [00:03:32] Sam Wilson: Right. No, man. That's great. I love that. [00:03:35] Sam Wilson: I love that. Tell me, like, as you went through this process, was there a guide, was there a mentor or does this just come naturally for you?  [00:03:44] Tyler Cauble: So on the sales front, I think it's just a natural thing. It's very easy for me to sit down with somebody and have a conversation. I, I could talk to a wall if I really wanted to. [00:03:52] Tyler Cauble: But you know, on the commercial real estate front, there, there have been many mentors throughout my career. I'm a big believer that, while you can gain some knowledge from podcasts, you can gain knowledge from books, from YouTube, whatever. Learning from somebody actually going through the process is by far the best way to learn commercial real estate. [00:04:10] Tyler Cauble: I've had mentors from, the ground of development perspective. I've had mentors on syndication. I've had mentors on multifamily. I've had mentors on brokerage. I'm a big believer that you'll never have just one mentor. And I feel like a lot of new investors get caught up on that. I've just gotta find that one person that's gonna show me what to do now. [00:04:28] Tyler Cauble: You don't find multiple people. Everybody has one thing that they're really good at. Just go learn that one thing from.  [00:04:34] Sam Wilson: Mentors either come with a price or you somehow know them relationally before. I guess, where you eventually figure out that, Hey, you might be able to add value to them and they can add value to you. [00:04:44] Sam Wilson: How did you find a good mentor or mentors, I guess, as you're explaining to us?  [00:04:49] Tyler Cauble: Yeah, I was just getting out in the world of commercial real estate, as much as I could going to masterminds and going to real estate investors meetings. Just being as good of a broker as I could be, because, if you want a badass investor to start paying attention to you and to want to spend more time with you, go out and bring them deals, go out and make them money. [00:05:10] Tyler Cauble: Right because the better deals that you bring them, the better tenants that you bring to their properties, the easier you are to work with the better your marketing is, whatever that ends up being the more that developer or that investor is going to want to be around you. And then if they see that you're really willing to put that much effort into it'll, they'll take you under their wing. [00:05:27] Tyler Cauble: That's happened to me time and time again. .  [00:05:29] Sam Wilson: No, that's great. That's absolutely great advice. Let's talk about building a vertically integrated. You've got a lot of different channels in your business. I'm sure at this point with a lot of different people doing a lot of different things, what's been your key to growing and scaling that business. [00:05:44] Sam Wilson: Walk us through that process. How'd you get it  [00:05:46] Tyler Cauble: done? Yeah, I just I cannot sit still. So, shortly after I started company, I have to start another one. Right. We've got the cobble group, which I founded in 2018 February of 2018. That's my commercial real estate brokerage. Six months after that we had several clients that were selling residential portfolios and 10 31 exchanging into retail shopping centers that needed management. [00:06:06] Tyler Cauble: So I had a background in that from the boutique developer that I worked with started a management company. It's also pretty nice. You get income every month instead of just whenever you close deals. Right. And then a year after that started a development and investment company buying and developing my own properties and, the. [00:06:22] Tyler Cauble: One thing that I will say about starting multiple different companies growing them all is make sure that you're very much in the same lane, right? Like we are very vertically integrated. The cobble group was my main project for the longest time. And every time the cobble group would go get a listing. [00:06:39] Tyler Cauble: persol which is my property management company would get the management, right. Because we could kind of co-PItch them. So I didn't have to go out of my way to work for one company. I was kind of working for all the companies at the same time. And so now I'm doing something very similar with the development and investment groups. [00:06:54] Tyler Cauble: So every time I go out and find a property to buy now, the cobble group gets the four lease listing or the, for sale listing and Persol gets the property management agreement. So, It makes sure that I don't get distracted, cuz it's very easy to just get distract. Like I didn't go start a bar while I'm doing a commercial real estate brokerage. [00:07:10] Sam Wilson: Those are two very different. Right. No, well said. And I appreciate breaking that down. What were the keys though? How did you find the good people? How did you, for me, it's one of, one of the common struggles in this probably is not just for me, but for a lot of people is onboarding, getting people trained at the right people in the right seats. [00:07:29] Sam Wilson: Like that's really granular. And really the more of the role of an integrator. Are you the integrator or do you have an excellent integrator on your team or what's .  [00:07:37] Tyler Cauble: No, I am definitely not an integrator. I am like a lone Wolf salesman. I just wanna go close deals. Like that's the only thing that I wanna do. [00:07:45] Tyler Cauble: Cuz I'm really good at it and I love it. If I wanted to grow and scale and get to, some of my future goals, which is owning a lot of real estate and developing towers and stuff like that, I've gotta grow a team around me. I can't just be doing that, totally solo. So, no, I'll be upfront and honest. [00:07:59] Tyler Cauble: Like I've never been the best manager of people. I'm not a good manager of people. So because of that, Have learned over the years to try and hire self starters, more independent people that are willing to just go out and do the work on their own. And so, we've got a team I've got probably 10 employees now. [00:08:16] Tyler Cauble: And just about every single one of them is like that. I don't really have to tell them what to do on a daily basis. They know what they need to be doing. And they're bought in through. Profit share. And some other incentives, bonuses, stuff like that, that we've got set up based on their performance for the year, for the quarter, whatever that is. [00:08:33] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. And that's, that's, that, that makes a lot of sense. Who was your first key  [00:08:37] Tyler Cauble: hire? Who? My first key hire was the second broker. Back in the day when I first started the firm, I mean, when I left the development firm to start my own thing, I realized just how much their influence on my marketing was stifling my own business. [00:08:53] Tyler Cauble: Cuz as a broker, you're a 10 99, you're an independent contractor. Like you eat what you kill. Right. But this company would not let me a market in some of the ways that I wanted to like. Doing stuff through Instagram and Facebook and whatever, like they just wanted billboards. [00:09:05] Tyler Cauble: Like they thought that was the way to market, which is hilarious to me. But as soon as I left and started doing my stuff I tripled my business that year. Like we went from probably four to $5 million a year to about $15 million a year in sales for the brokerage, which was pretty good for being in, I guess, starting your brokerage for the first. [00:09:24] Tyler Cauble: So, that was pretty telling for me that I was headed in the right direction for sure. Yeah,  [00:09:28] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. So the second broker was your first key hire there. I love all that. Are there any other channels or businesses in the real estate sphere that you say, man, this is one more, one more bolt on to our current suite of businesses that I'm really looking to, to. [00:09:45] Sam Wilson: Yeah.  [00:09:45] Tyler Cauble: We've toyed with the idea of construction adding that on before, but, it's it, that's so intense and sometimes it's just easier to be able to blame a third party and hold them true to a contract than it is to worry about, your team member, not falling through. [00:09:59] Tyler Cauble: So that, it's kind of why we haven't started that yet. And then, underneath the property management company, we've looked at expanding and acquiring others. Companies beneath that. So, like all of the vendors that we use on every single property now that I own 2.1 million square feet we manage far more than that too. [00:10:13] Tyler Cauble: We kinda get these economies of scale. So why not buy our own H V a C company that works for us, but also third parties? Why not buy our own landscaping company, our plumbing company, electrical company, whatever that ends up being because we'll be one of our biggest clients, right? This means that we know that we can support that business. [00:10:28] Tyler Cauble: That business just needs to go out and find third-party work too. Right,  [00:10:32] Sam Wilson: right. Yeah. Those are all excellent. Excellent points. And I guess, just again, it goes back to, and this is something we talk about in this show all the time is just the right people. Like it's, it goes back to finding the right people and the right seats on the bus. [00:10:45] Sam Wilson: Otherwise you're gonna buy an electrical company that you're gonna go,  [00:10:50] Tyler Cauble: oh my gosh. Now I just bought dad weight. I just  bought a job. just bought a job [00:10:52] Sam Wilson:. Right. And now we're trying to resuscitate a dying electrical company. Bad processes , bad employees and bad culture and oh, no, not about  [00:11:02] Tyler Cauble: that. [00:11:02] Sam Wilson: No. So that's but that really, that is really cool. I love the forward thinking there where it's like, okay, what else can we tack on here that will supplement or not supplement, but. I can even find compliment. Hey, there we go. Thank you. Ding ding, ding, you win the prize. [00:11:15] Sam Wilson: Compliment your current suite of business. That's really cool. I wanna shift gears here and talk about industrial real estate. Why you're excited about it. Why you guys are investing in it personally and why you see such a bright future  [00:11:27] Tyler Cauble: for it? Yeah, I think industrial real estate has been the darling out of this last economic cycle, before. [00:11:35] Tyler Cauble: It wasn't really that sexy, right? , people just didn't really care about industrial real estate. It was just kind of a, it was out there. And now, with the rise of eCommerce, especially it's, as cities grow, industrial tends to get torn down, right. Because there's a higher and better use. [00:11:50] Tyler Cauble: Maybe you can build multifamily or whatever. Well, as cities grow. eCommerce grows and industrial's getting torn down. That means that there's a very limited supply of this real estate asset. And it's performing exceptionally well almost all over the entire country, but there are, of course, like the Southeast very partial to, since I'm out here. [00:12:09] Tyler Cauble: But look, online sales are gonna continue to. Like eCommerce, isn't going anywhere. If anything is going to just get bigger and bigger as these companies figure out how to sell you things even faster and better the supply of industrial properties is not growing rapidly. It takes a long time to build these buildings. [00:12:24] Tyler Cauble: A lot of developers are focusing more on the a hundred thousand 500,000 million plus square foot building. And there's a massive need for the 20, 30, 40, 50,000 square foot building. So if you've got some industrial land, I would certainly look at building some smaller flex space. And then typically what you'll see in industrial properties is less turnover than you might in some other asset classes. [00:12:46] Tyler Cauble: Because with a limited supply with prices rising and with just the absolute pain that it causes for some of these industrial tenants to move it's just not worth the move. So you'll, you likely have tenants there for quite some time.  [00:13:02] Sam Wilson: Yeah, that talking about the tenant comment. That reminds me a lot of mobile home parks where it's like the cost to move a mobile home is just so great that like 50 bucks, 50 bucks a month extra in a rent bump is like, well, I could spend 50 bucks a month or I could spend 10 grand or eight grand moving this. [00:13:17] Sam Wilson: So I guess I'll pay the 50 bucks a month. Exactly. That, that makes a heck of a lot of. Flex space. That's a term that maybe our listeners and maybe I am only mildly familiar with. When you say smaller flex space, it sounds like there's an opportunity there that maybe has great demand, but maybe limited supply. [00:13:32] Sam Wilson: What is that? What is flex space and then, walk us through what that means, I guess if you  [00:13:36] Tyler Cauble: can. Yeah. So flex space is a type of industrial real estate that. Flexible and it's use, I know we get very creative with our terms here in, in CRA . So what that means is, you could have, let's say it's 5,000 square feet and you've got 4,500 square feet of warehouse and 500 square feet of office. [00:13:53] Tyler Cauble: It's kind of flexible in the use. You could. Add more office, get it up to a thousand square feet of office and 4,000 square feet of warehouse. You'll see some showrooms that look like that. You'll see. Sometimes it's just literally 3000 square feet of condition warehouse, whatever ends up being, but it's that smaller industrial sub sector that, your local electrician or plumber, or, some smaller eCommerce startup, that's making candles and needs to be shipping them out, but they need a little office as well. [00:14:21] Tyler Cauble: that kind of business, those spaces just aren't being developed as often as they were back before this economic cycle. Right. Because again, everybody's now focused on distribution and logistics for eCommerce. So definitely an opportunity there to supply. The space for those types of tenants. [00:14:39] Sam Wilson: How does  [00:14:40] Sam Wilson: someone evaluate that, that market and say, okay, this is a great spot for smaller flex space. How where does that, where do they  [00:14:48] Tyler Cauble: start? Yeah, if you see some other flex buildings nearby, smaller warehouses good access, right? Maybe near an interstate, maybe you're near some major thoroughfares you're not far from downtown. [00:14:58] Tyler Cauble: You think about what the needs of those kinds of tenants are. Well, you know what an electrician could be. 30 minutes south and then 15 minutes east, and then they've got an appointment north of town. So they need to be centrally located. They need to be in a more affordable area , and they need to have, taller ceilings. [00:15:14] Tyler Cauble: So it just depends on, you don't have to be in like a heavy manufacturing, industrial area. You can be kind of within a neighborhood. You see a lot of urban neighborhoods that have some smaller warehousing and industrial properties where that could be pretty good. Are  [00:15:29] Sam Wilson: there any headwinds in the industrial space as a whole, that you say, man here's a market risk that we should be looking out for. [00:15:36] Tyler Cauble: I think just being careful of how much you're paying for land and how much you're paying for construction because construction costs have gone up. Land has gone up and at the end of the day, there's only so much rent that these kinds of businesses can pay. And you as an investor have to play that line of, okay. [00:15:54] Tyler Cauble: How can we deliver a property that is going to be desirable enough to where it's gonna get leased. But, we're also maximizing our returns and, downsizing our risk. And when I first got started in the business nine years ago, you would look at flex space for six bucks, a foot, right? [00:16:10] Tyler Cauble: Incredibly cheap. Now we're looking at flex space between 12 and $18 a foot. So, and that's in nine years. So you just think about if you were a small business, like you were a local electrician and your rent in the last nine years has tripled well, either you, your business better have tripled or you're gonna be looking for something else. [00:16:31] Tyler Cauble: So that's probably just something to keep in mind is just your overall cost and how much rent you're gonna have to charge to make a return. Is  [00:16:36] Sam Wilson: there, are there any zoning restrictions? Are there, is it tough to get that space through. Permitting process from a, usually from a city level. [00:16:45] Tyler Cauble: Yes and no. I would go after land. That's already zoned. But this is a light industrial use, right? If, if you're trying to get it rezoned for car manufacturing, that's a, an entirely different process and you're gonna have a lot of trouble, but for light warehousing, it's a co it's a commercial use. [00:17:01] Tyler Cauble: So, I would, again, aim for something that's already zoned, but you know, if you've gotta go through rezoning, just make sure you talk to your local alderman, Councilman, politicians, whatever they call 'em in your area. And make sure the neighborhood's gonna support it.  [00:17:13] Sam Wilson: Right. Absolutely. Absolutely. [00:17:15] Sam Wilson: Tyler, this has been fascinating, learned certainly a lot about how you have grown your business, how you vertically integrated all of your businesses actually. And I think that's been, that was a really cool conversation for taking the time to kind of break down how you've done that. And then really tell us about what you see in the industrial space and where it is now and where you know, where it's heading and, again, just a small nugget there that there is right now, a hu huge need. [00:17:37] Sam Wilson: In the smaller flex space and really how to get involved in that. Are there any other closing thoughts here you'd like to share with the listeners before we sign off?  [00:17:45] Tyler Cauble: Sure. The only thing is I've got a couple of free downloads on my website for your team and a couple of calculators in case anybody wants to jump on there and calculate commercial rents or cap rates, anything like that. [00:17:55] Tyler Cauble: I also have free downloads for my due diligence checklist, which is what we use every time we're going through the buying process. A letter of intent for whenever releasing, and then you can get a free copy of my book. Open for business, the insiders guide to leasing commercial real estate. That's all on my website. [00:18:08] Tyler Cauble: Tyler cobble.com/.  [00:18:11] Sam Wilson: Awesome. Tyler cobble.com/scale. We will make sure we put that in the show notes. Tyler, thank you again for coming on today. I do appreciate it.  [00:18:19] Tyler Cauble: Thanks for having me, Sam. [00:18:20] Outro: Hey, thanks for listening to the how to scale commercial real estate podcast. If you can do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on apple podcast, Spotify, Google podcast, whatever platform it is you use to listen. If you can do that for us, that would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories. [00:18:41] Outro: So appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.  

City Climate Corner
Making Solar Easy: Solsmart and IREC

City Climate Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 35:48


There's no such thing as a free lunch, right? Well, maybe there is in solar. Cities participating in the free Solsmart program have been shown to have almost 20% more solar installations than cities that don't. We interview Theresa Perry, Solsmart Program Director at the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) about some of the hidden and soft costs around solar deployments and how Solsmart helps cities address them and make solar easier. ResourcesSolsmart websiteSolsmart case study and analysisIREC website

POLITICO Energy
Manchin's permitting wish list

POLITICO Energy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 8:35


Senate Democrats have been rushing to pass their climate, health and tax bill before their scheduled month-long August recess. But as part of the deal, Senator Joe Manchin also secured a commitment from President Joe Biden, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to pursue something he's been demanding for a longtime: permitting reform. POLITICO's Josh Siegel and Kelsey Tamborrino discuss Manchin's side deal and how Republicans and Democrats are reacting.   Kelsey Tamborrino is a reporter covering clean energy. Josh Siegel is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer.  Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the executive producer of POLITICO's audio department.

Pipeliners Podcast
Episode 243: Permitting, Routing, and Environmental Issues with Lori Ferry and Chris Siok

Pipeliners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 36:11


In this week's episode of the Pipeliners Podcast, host Russel treat speaks with Lori Ferry and Chris Siok from Burns & McDonnell about permitting, routing, and environmental issues. The show notes and full episode transcript will be uploaded later this week.

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
Joe Manchin's Permitting Deal Remains a Mystery

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 25:18


His tax-and-spend agreement with Sen. Chuck Schumer is delighting Democrats and frustrating Republicans, but what is Manchin getting in the bargain? The West Virginian says Democratic leaders have promised him reforms to federal permitting. But no details are public, and Joe Biden is already busy undoing Donald Trump's effort to streamline the National Environmental Policy Act of 1970. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Think Out Loud
Portland aims to speed up building permitting process

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 18:49


Last year, Portland's Bureau of Development Services set itself a goal: reduce what was then a nearly 100-day wait time for new residential and commercial building permits. Currently, the wait time for new construction is nearly 200 days. But the city, and a new report from the auditor's office, say that progress has been made. We're joined by three members of the Permitting Improvement Taskforce. Maurice Rahming is president of O'Neill Construction. Kurt Krueger is Portland Bureau of Transportation's development review manager. And Terri Theison is the Permit Improvement Strategy Manager for the Bureau of Development Services.