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The GT Power Hour: Episode 25 (A Primer on the Infrastructure Bill and all things Beltway)
- Dec 10, 2021 11:24 pm GMT
(Apparently I'm a little behind in posting, so this is a bit out of date now that the infrastructure bill has been passed but there's still a lot of great insight here from a former Congressman still watching Capitol Hill.)
In which we sit down with one of FERC’s newest voices, Commissioner Allison Clements, and delve into her perspectives on transmission, public participation, the grid of the future and many other topics, not to mention her love of the band Wilco and live music in general, split allegiances in the age-old Michigan-Ohio rivalry, and advice for how the white-male-dominated energy sector can increase representation and inclusion of everyone.
Solving some of our biggest issues in the C&I (Commercial and Industrial) sectors. Buildings use SO much energy, electricity, heat and of course cooling.
As I started considering the IEEE Spectrum article used as a source for a future article, I found a lot to like. First of all, it described in detail the changes we (our societies) must make to implement Electric Vehicles, but also explored the..
EEI's Electric Perspectives Podcast Episode 56: Reinvesting in Clean Energy Infrastructure with DOE LPO Director Jigar Shah
** Some recommended LPO weekend listening: Curious about LPO's new Energy Infrastructure Reinvestment (EIR) loan guarantee program that was created by the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA)?
Introducing the Energy Enablers podcast, a new series from FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, which will speak to experts who are making a difference in the race to a decarbonised economy.
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