Historically, the electricity sector in Australia has been dominated by coal-fired power stations. Even now, coal accounts for about 60% of Australia's electricity generation. But since 2005, wind power and rooftop solar have led to a fast-growing share of renewable energy in total electricity generation. Australia is the second-largest exporter of coal in the world […]
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Tulane Energy Institute Executive Director Pierre Conner of Tulane's A. B. Freeman School of Business talks about what's in store for the energy industry as the U.S. and other countries transition away from fossil fuels. Which states are leading in the race to become more sustainable and how will oil and gas dependent states like Louisiana adapt to a rapidly changing energy landscape?
Have you wondered about getting solar panels to cut your power bill? How much do they cost? Would I qualify to have them installed on my home? How much do they really save? List and hear if this green energy source is right for you.Seeking financial counsel? Check us out at Capitalcoaching.net and see how we can provide financial coaching with a personal touch.You can share your ideas at financesand.net and leave a review at Apple Podcasts by going to the bottom of the page and choosing write a review.Want to start your own podcast? Check out Buzzsprout here!https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=819454.
As companies adopt more ambitious ESG goals, Altus Power Co-CEO Lars Norell joins Spencer Levy to discuss the role that solar power plays in helping to forge sustainable energy solutions at commercial properties.
Yes, it’s An Animated Discussion, strange podcast from another planet! Join superhero scholar Joshua Unruh and film critic extraordinaire Caleb Masters as they fight a never-ending battle for Truth and Justice! That’s the night that the lights went out in Metropolis. That’s the day that they reddened an innocent sun. In this episode, we have an old weakness...Read more
“Wellness” has both spiritual and physical connotations — connotations explored in the Hulu series Nine Perfect Strangers and the new album from Lorde. What is Christianity's place in a world of smoothies, meditation, and sun salutations?
Over the past couple of years, a slew of weather disasters afflicting the United States have shown how fragile our energy system truly is, from electrical grids to solar panels, wind farms to coal. Add aging infrastructure and a clapback by Mother Nature, and zap: No power. For days.Today, we convene our monthly Masters of Disasters panel — earthquake and COVID-19 reporter Ron Lin, wildfire reporter Alex Wigglesworth and energy reporter Sammy Roth — to talk about the future of energy in a rapidly warming world.More reading:Sign up for our Boiling Point newsletterWill blackouts be Gavin Newsom's downfall? A former governor weighs inRidgecrest earthquake packed the power of 45 nuclear bombs, but its impact was muted
This week, we're doing a full pop culture (specifically pop music) episode, diving right into a Guardian article "Billie, Lorde, Lizzo: has being a female pop star in 2021 become unbearable?" and talking all about recent talk and trends in the music industry, where we think it's headed and controversy that has risen up against the music labels, or the pop stars they represent. We also talk about the mental health and hate comments that pop stars face, and the toxicity of fame that may be making them unrelatable to their audience.THEN we talk all about recent releases in music! What we're loving, hating, and what we're excited for, including Halsey, Billie Eilish, Lorde, Lana del Rey, Marina, Doja Cat, Kasey Musgraves, ABBA, and more!Want to check out some of our favorite books? Check out our booklist Follow Us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast
We interviewed Lorde and it was THE SICKEST THING EVER. She was so kind and open and honest, and answered all our fan-girl questions with such grace and humor. UGH. Love her. And you should most definitely stream Solar Power too. It rules. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
For this episode of the Local Energy Rules Podcast, host John Farrell and guest Ingrid Vila discuss why rooftop solar should power every home in Puerto Rico, reducing residential electricity rates and covering basic needs during future crises.… Read More
Dr. Farhad Tagdizadeh, Associate Professor of Economics, Tokai University, Japan shares his insight from his own research work on reasons for the continuous decline of solar power prices. He explains the transition from fossil fuel. His research focus is energy economics, energy policy, and the financial side of green energy. Farhad also explained his findings in the green finance field, including the green credit guarantee scheme that is designed to facilitate private investments in green projects. He discussed the factors affecting the supply and the demand of green technologies including solar modules. We also talked about how and why the prices of Solar Power in Japan are much higher than that of other countries and actions manufacturers have taken in the country to lower the cost. We also touched on the innovative Home Town Investment Trust Fund in Japan that facilitates the development of small and medium-sized solar energy projects. Connect with Sohail Hasnie: Facebook @sohailhasnie Twitter @shasnie LinkedIn @shasnie ADB Blog Sohail Hasnie
Senior Director of Music at Billboard Jason Lipshutz joins DJ Louie to discuss everyone's favorite off-the-grid alt-pop icon, Lorde. First, Louie and Jason break down the EDM pop and festival boom of the late aughts and early 2010s. They then break down how Lorde's “Royals” presented an appealing response to that escapist era of pop culture and how the success of her debut album, Pure Heroine, set the stage for an anti-pop movement that's only gained steam since with acts like Halsey, Billie Eilish, and Olivia Rodrigo, the critical triumph and commercial underperformance of her sophomore album, Melodrama, and how it purposefully de-centered her pop stardom, and they give early opinions on her latest album, last month's Solar Power. Finally, Louie and Jason rank Lorde in the official Pop Pantheon. Check out Louie's Playlist of Lorde Essentials on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4vfnoV3z77iXG1SlrKduZn?si=b2cb2233b6524a4e Join the Pop Pantheon Lorde Discord Chat w/ DJ Louie on 9/9 at 8PM ET / 5PM PT!: https://discord.gg/e43UF2MZ Follow DJ Louie XIV on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/djlouiexiv/ Follow DJ Louie XIV on Twitter: https://twitter.com/djlouiexiv Follow Pop Pantheon on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/poppantheonpod/ Follow Pop Pantheon on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PopPantheonPod Follow Jason Lipshutz on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jasonlipshutz
Does installing solar power at home eventually pay for itself? According to Consumer New Zealand, it all depends whether you are "solar-suitable". Factors include: how much sun your house gets, the pitch of your roof, how much and what time of day you use power, and how much you sell back to the grid. Also, factors such as how much power prices and buy-back rates fluctuate, and the lifetime cost of your system, including repairs. Electricity and gas price comparison service Powerswitch manager Paul Fuge has has done the research for Consumer NZ. He tells Lynn Freeman he also had solar installed on his own house the week before lockdown.
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This week we're joined by Cat Zhang, an Assitant Editor at Pitchfork, to finally tackle the summer's most puzzling pop record, Solar Power. Plus, we talk about Indigo De Souza's new album, and why pop's young stars are all in their Carole King era. 4:01 - Indigo album review 13:52 - Lorde / Solar Power album review 46:00 - Popstars, fame and criticism
To dig deeper into some of the missions referenced in today's episode, please follow these links: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory HistoryNASA Discovery Program – Past and Future MissionsStardust MissionMars Polar LanderMars Climate OrbiterMars OdysseyMars Reconnaissance OrbiterMars Phoenix MissionLockheed Martin Pony Express Interested in working with us?Whether you're an engineer, HR professional, work in finance, communications and beyond, the possibilities are endless at Lockheed Martin. Please visit lockheedmartinjobs.com/spacemakers to explore your career in Space. Credits:Space Makers is a production of Lockheed Martin Space. Episode guests where Calvin Craig, Rob Manning, Andy Speicher, and Johnathon Caldwell, and they are Space Makers.It's Executive Produced by Pavan Desai.Senior Producer is Lauren Cole. Senior producer, writer, and host is Ben Dinsmore. Associate producer and writer is Kaitlin Benz and Audrey Dods. Sound design and audio mastered by Julian Giraldo.Graphic Design by Tim Roesch.Marketing and recruiting by Joe Portnoy, Shannon Myers, and Stephanie Dixon.These stories would not be possible without the support from our space communications professionals Tracy Weise, Natalya Oleksik, Gary Napier, Lauren Duda, and Dani Hauf.
A greenhouse made of solar panels. It's the brainchild of a German farming duo which could point the way for the whole agricultural industry. The pioneers who wanted to do the world a favor didn't find much favor with the authorities though.
Today is the monthly wrap up of sustainable stories from the month of August. Jason and I will be covering the following stories: solar powered refrigeration trucks, Phytomining, concrete roads charging EVs, wood alternative from kombucha, green steel, and radiative cooling. Thank you to the Good News Network for providing this month's stories! Follow us on social media @sustainabiliME.pod Tip of the week: Reusable floss pick & compostable floss: https://durapik.co/ Sources: https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/wood-alternative-sustainably-made-from-kombucha-waste-dyson/ https://www.jamesdysonaward.org/en-US/2021/project/pyrus/ http://symmetrywood.com/ https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/swedish-company-hybrit-makes-fossil-fuel-free-green-steel-from-hydrogen/ https://www.hybritdevelopment.se/en/ https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/professor-develops-technology-that-cools-people-down-without-electricity-or-ac/ https://www.skycoolsystems.com/technology/ https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/german-firm-looks-to-build-wireless-ev-charging-road-in-indiana/ https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/phytomining-is-like-metal-farming-nickel-zinc-and-cobalt-using-plants/ https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/1000-solar-powered-enow-refrigeration-trucks/
We are rapidly moving to a situation where blackouts like those that occurred last winter in Texas will become common across the U.S. leading to the deaths of thousands of people. Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris's guest this week is Donn Dears, a retired General Electric Company engineer, and senior executive...
In this episode of the '97 Demo Podcast, we discuss the latest music news and review Lorde's latest studio album "Solar Power" and give our thoughts on the album featuring guest host Grant Sharples. Headlines on Tap: - Olivia Rodrigo gives Paramore credit - Kanye selling device to customize Donda songs - Nirvana baby suing 0:3:11 - Headlines 0:23:28 - New Releases 0:31:54 - Demo Review 1:06:36 - Billboard Highlights 1:11:15 - Project of the Week/Outro Be sure to catch all of the latest episodes of the '97 Demo. Follow us on Twitter! (and Grant) '97 Demo: @the97demo Nnamdi: @NnamEgwuon Noah: @noahamcgee_ Avery: @AveryDalal Grant: @grantsharpies
Pfizer's Vaccine Is Now Fully Approved. What's Next For The Pandemic? This week, the COVID-19 vaccine marketed by Pfizer finally received full FDA approval, moving out of the realm of “emergency use” to the status of a regular drug. In the wake of that change, many organizations—from the Pentagon to Ohio State University to the city of Chicago—are moving to require vaccinations against the coronavirus. It remains to be seen just how much the status change will move the needle on vaccination numbers—and more importantly, new cases and hospitalizations—in the U.S. Sarah Zhang, staff writer at The Atlantic, joins Ira to talk about what might be next for the pandemic, discussing the virus becoming endemic and how the Delta variant is changing people's risk calculations. They also explore how different countries, from the U.K. to Vietnam to New Zealand, are coping. Plus, ways that the virus continues to upend business as normal—from SpaceX launches to water treatment. How To Make Solar Power Work For Everyone If you follow Ira on social media, you may have noticed a trend in his posts over the last few months: They've become very joyful about the cost of his energy bill. Why? This year, he installed solar panels on his roof—and he's not alone. The cost of solar panels has dropped nearly 70 percent since 2014, so more and more individuals and companies are jumping in. Even during COVID-19, solar installations in the U.S. reached a record high in 2020. For Ira and many others, solar panels turn homes into their own power generators. During some times of the day, the panels produce enough excess power that it's fed back to the grid. As more and more people jump into solar power, big questions remain about how an energy grid designed for fossil fuels will be impacted. If everyone's home is a utility, how do you best distribute power to a region? Accessibility is also a big concern. If there's a need to retool how the country thinks about energy creation and use, how do we make sure it's accessible to everyone? Joining Ira to talk through these big-picture solar energy quandaries are Joseph Berry, senior research fellow at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado, and Sam Evans-Brown, executive director of Clean Energy New Hampshire based in Concord, New Hampshire.
Lorde released her first full-length album, Pure Heroine, back in 2013 and it struck a chord around the world, selling 5 million copies, picking up two Grammys and inspiring a new generation of pop artists.Four years later Lorde returned with her follow-up, the critically acclaimed but much less commercially successful, Melodrama.Another four years down the track, she's back with her third album, Solar Power. It's a pretty big gear shift, and the sunny, warm sound reflects the new, luxe lifestyle Lorde has been living. The same kind of lifestyle she mocked backed on Pure Heroine. The reception has been pretty mixed, and the fan and critical reaction divisive.This week, culture writer and critic Elle Hunt joins The Culture to help break down the album, and why it isn't quite landing the same way as Lorde's earlier work.Guest: Culture writer and critic Elle HuntBackground reading: Review: Lorde's Solar Power in The Saturday Paper See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Political Climate is coming back to the airwaves! Catch new episodes every two weeks — wherever you get podcasts — starting Thursday, September 2nd. Brandon Hurlbut, Shane Skelton and Julia Pyper will be discussing all of the climate and energy issues that you want to know about, along with a roster of fantastic guests who know the ins and outs of the politics and policies shaping the future of our planet. This reboot of Political Climate is presented in partnership with Canary Media, and with support from the USC Schwarzenegger Institute. There is no shortage of action on climate and energy these days. Get the latest news and analysis with a side of debate and friendly banter on upcoming episodes of Political Climate.Listen and subscribe to Political Climate on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you get podcasts. Follow us on Twitter at @Poli_Climate.
During last week's episode, Steve and Ian wondered if the latest album from Lorde, was going to follow a similar trajectory to recent releases from Clairo and Billie Eilish — LPs with rollouts that feel very muted and underwhelming, but the final product ultimately left them feeling pleasantly surprised. Solar Power, however, never manages to spin the narrative and truly deliver, offering a collection of songs that feel bland and difficult to connect with.The new LP from Big Red Machine does not experience the same fate, with Aaron Dessner/Justin Vernon delivering an album that outshines each of their solo output over the last few years. It marks both of the acclaimed indie artists' transition into a world that feels markedly more “pop,” integrating massive names like Taylor Swift to elevate the project.Last but certainly not least is Glow On, the anticipated new album from Baltimore hardcore band Turnstile. Currently in the top 10 at Album of the Year, Glow On is a good example of how more bands should be making melodic hard rock records. Melodic hard rock is one of the most popular genres of all time and so few people make it now! Turnstile once again prove to be a shining example of how exciting rock music can be.In this week's Recommendation Corner, Steve is paying tribute to the life and music of Charlie Watts, the longtime Rolling Stones' drummer who passed away earlier this week. Meanwhile, Ian is plugging Asbestos Weak Hood, the new album from Ohio emo band Narrow/Arrow.You can submit questions for Steve and Ian at email@example.com, and make sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter for all the latest news.
George Civeris and Sam Taggart from StraightioLab podcast come by to talk about Lorde's new album! Tell us what you think of the album at @StandByYourBand. Get on our Patreon for a bonus ep every week, Patreon.com/standbbyyourband Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tucson Electric Power 2020 Spotlight Series, Episode 6, Each year, Tucson Electric Power, recognizes local businesses, organizations and individuals that partner with them to preserve the environment and promote sustainability. These are forward-thinking partners who are creative and effective in their approaches to promoting greater sustainability in the Tucson community. We are spotlighting the 2020 […]
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Much to discuss on this cheeky little Wednesday episode! First of all, an ode to Dylan O'Brien aka a man who was DEFINITELY written by a woman and is now BLONDE and very HOT. We have a (spoiler filled with warning!) discussion about the newly released trailers for upcoming Marvel films Eternals & Spider-Man: No Way Home and discuss the marketing (or lack thereof) for next week's Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. This past week has been a big week for music! Lorde released her new album Solar Power, Kacey Musgraves announced her new album star-crossed, and Olivia Rodrigo dropped a chaotic music video. PLUS the Little Mix baby boom is upon us AND they're dropping a greatest hits album! Finally, Tom Holland and Zendaya attended a wedding together looking VERY cute and VERY in a relationship, and we watched The Suicide Squad so you don't have to.
Jared Finkelstein is a compassionate leader in teaching Dr. Marshall B. Rosenberg's communication strategy that's known as, Non Violent Communication (NVC). Not only is Jared deeply committed to guiding people to transform conflict into connection, he is an example of living it—and that shines through so beautifully in our timeless conversation with him. Jared, we are so grateful to have been with your empathetic presence—thank you for being you! For more information on Jared's work as an NVC Consultant, head over to: baynvc.org. He also published a book with fellow NVC leader Kathleen Macferran, "Choice: A field guide for navigating the polarization of our world and living interdependently", that you can purchase at bookshop.org! *Big shoutout to the featured music in this episode—“Solar Power” by Lorde!
It is Lorde's triumphant return.... or is it? The once production driven pop star is back with a shockingly stripped back album grappling with the effects of climate change, personal loss, and the downfalls of superstardom. On today's episode, your resident Lorde stans are back to work through the album and the emotions it evokes, from excitement to disappointment.
Juliet and Amanda discuss updates surrounding 'RHOBH' member Erika Jayne and former attorney Tom Girardi (3:02) before catching up with Bennifer, as Affleck was rumored to be shopping at Tiffany's for engagement rings (16:14). Then, they weigh in on new couple Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz, as the two were spotted biking through the streets of NYC (25:58). Plus, a Lorde update after the recent release of her new album, ‘Solar Power' (34:07). Hosts: Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What if Lorde's “Solar Power” was good? What if Marvel's “What If?” was bad? Well, we don't have to wonder because we're living in that reality. Timecodes: 3:12 - “Spider-Man: Far From Home” trailer leak 20:22 - “What If?” review 42:12 - Lorde's “Solar Power” review 58:09 - Fantasy Royale update (Lorde, 12 Minutes, Kendrick Lamar) 1:02:02 - Trigger Happy (Evangelion, Cowboy Bebop, Kacey Musgraves, Quake) Thank you to Post Sex Nachos for the music. Check out their new album “Grandpa Slinks” now.
Oh mama you thought we were done?? Well think again! Ehren and Simon are back to review Lorde's latest release, Solar Power. Listen as they talk through their journey with Lorde's discography, break down the album, and maybe just maybe there is a special guest that we know will warm your spirits joining us as we review. Find us on instagram: www.instagram.com/boporfloppodcast
55. K, we have A LOT to cover this week — we have been FED, ya'll. We're talking Lorde's Solar Power drop, Taylor Swift's Folklore collab with Urban Outfitters, & Maude Latour's LA meetup, just to name a few. We share some future plans for the morning show too, like a special give-away & the death of our IGTV videos (don't worry, you'll still see our bright faces every week)! Then, get out a pen & paper cause we're making a list of our “Energy Givers” & “Energy Drainers” —
I'm not a girl... not yet a drag queen... This week, we convene for an international crisis panel to address the troubling military occupation in the middle east-- and after much consideration, we've decided to TaliSTAN! With that settled, we dive into much more pressing issues affecting underserved populations: the new Lizzo and Cardi B song, Lorde's comeback album Solar Power, and Hasan Piker's $3 million dollar house. But wait! There's soooo much more. We take on the OnlyFans porn ban and draw a big, hard, veiny and throbbing line in the sand on sex work; plus, we talk about the casting of a cis woman on the upcoming season of Drag Race UK. We wonder: can women do drag? (No) Is drag even worth defending? (Also maybe not, but we'll let YOU decide) We let the A/C unit run and let our freak flags fly as we uncover the answers. Follow the girls on Twitter @VLRTUALBOY and @YOURE2BASIC, and the official pod Twitter @ThotTopicsPod. Match us with the right college for free on Patreon.
This week, why you should be watching WHITE LOTUS, Sky's brutal new satire of America's beach-bound bourgeois bohemians. LORDE's Solar Power brings us the horrors of fame but do we want to hear about them? Audacious female-led horror movie CENSOR spits on our grave (in the best possible way). And we round up the good stuff you might have missed with the Telegraph's Michael Hogan. www.patreon.com/BigmouthPodcast Produced and presented by Siân Pattenden and Andrew Harrison. Audio production by Alex Rees. Bigmouth is a Podmasters production. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Grammy-winning musician Lorde reflects on her rise to fame and why she wants to dismantle her superstar persona with her third and latest album, Solar Power. New York Times bestselling author Silvia Moreno-Garcia discusses her new novel, Velvet Was the Night — a political noir set in the shadowy world of spies, student activists and gangsters in 1970s Mexico City. Award-winning writer George Elliott Clarke talks about his first memoir, Where Beauty Survived, in which he opens up about his early experience as a young Black man trying to find his voice.
Lorde became a pop superstar at 16 with her hit single "Royals" — winning two Grammy Awards and following up with her second album, Melodrama. The New Zealand singer's third album Solar Power finds the artist reflecting on stardom, boredom and the aftermath of a youth filled with debauchery. Reunited with Melodrama producer Jack Antonoff, Lorde brings a more subdued sound, positioning her as a worldly 24-year-old who's found peace with herself, while wondering what's next.
Ed Begley Jr. is 329 IMDB credits into his career while simultaneously moving heaven and earth to save heaven and Earth. That heroes journey should come with a cape. Ed joins us for a deep dive into his TV history, true tales of his movie star dad, his mysterious origins story, electric car road trip tips and can Ed remember the plot to his guest star appearances on My Three Sons, Adam 12 and Room 222? Plus Fritz and Weezy are recommending I Alone Can Fix It by Carol Leonnig and Phillip Rucker, Landslide by Michael Wolff, Big Brother on CBS and Youtube TV.Path Points of Interest:Ed Begley Jr.Ed Begley Jr. on IMDBEd Begley Sr. on IMDBBegley Cleaning ProductsYoutube TVI Alone Can Fix It by Phil Rucker and Carol Leonnig Landslide by Michael WolffBig Brother
Today I will be talking with Tyler Kanczuzewski for Part 2 on Inovateus Solar. Last week was Part 1, so feel free to go back and check that out if you haven't already. Tyler is the VP of Marketing & Sustainability at Inovateus Solar which is based in South Bend, IN and is the top midwest solar energy provider with over 500 MW of renewable energy. Today we will cover various topics including the use of pollinator plants around solar panels as well as waste mitigation goals. Follow us on social media @sustainabiliME.pod Check out Inovateus Solar: https://www.inovateus.com/ Tip of the Week: Do not flush old or unwanted medications down the toilet. Instead, take them to a medication take back program. Walgreens is one of many places that you can take back old or unwanted medications so they can properly dispose of them. For more info, check this out: https://www.epa.gov/sites/default/files/2015-06/documents/how-to-dispose-medicines.pdf
Today I will be talking with Tyler Kanczuzewski, the VP of Marketing & Sustainability at Inovateus Solar. Inovateus is based in South Bend, IN and is the top midwest solar energy provider with over 500 MW of renewable energy. This is part 1 of a two part series so stay tuned for part 2 next week! Follow us on social media @sustainabiliME.pod Check out Inovateus Solar: https://www.inovateus.com/