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CEO, GreneLily Energy & Water

GreneLily Energy & Water LLC. (GLEW) is a woman owned & operated business development energy company.  We are ESG compliant and are based out of the heartland of the Midwest & East...

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As a full disclosure, Debra Wold has been on the ENB podcast before, and her podcast went off the charts. I also had a lot of fun following her on Linkedln and reading her posts and energy expertise shine.

I know people are tired of me saying that it does not matter what energy we use, but let's provide the lowest cost energy with the least impact on the environment to elevate all of humanity out of poverty. That means using all forms of energy and letting the markets decide. Nuclear, wind, solar, geothermal, hydro, oil, gas, and storage.

Grenelily is a fascinating company that can work on almost any size municipality or pollution-generating source like landfills and turns that into biodiesel, gas, and other green energy. The key is they do NOT need tax subsidies to be profitable. Yes, you read that right

Watch, listen to the podcast, and get in touch Debra Wold on LinkedIn. 



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