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Wind, Ammonia, the Grid & More... with Gavin Catto

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Wind, Ammonia, the Grid & More... with Gavin Catto

In this episode your Astute team have a fascinating chinwag with Dr Gavin Catto, founder of Green Cat Renewables (a specialist renewable energy consultancy focused on driving down the costs of project development).
From the UK to North America and from wind power to ammonia, batteries and grid congestion, we cover our usual varied ground. In particular we hear the views of someone with long experience in the renewables sector, at a variety of project scales and focused very much on developing projects and business cases that make sense on the ground. The sound quality may be a little more Internet-affected than normal, but we hope you find that the content certainly isn't!  Enjoy


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