|theWatt Podcast 79||Mike Jablonicky from Canadian Hydro Developers is on the show giving us the inside scoop on building a $410 million, 198MW wind farm. |
|theWatt Podcast 78||Gunnar Asplund from ABB in Sweden is on the show talking about high voltage direct current electricity transmission. |
|theWatt Podcast 75||Panel discussion podcast with Mark Seall, Rod Adams, Robb Worthington and Ben. Topics include carbon taxes vs cap-and-trade policies, OECD Environmental Outlook, nuclear power in the UK, carbon limits on cars in the EU, $106/bbl oil. |
|theWatt Podcast 74||Bill Kemp is on the show discussing his new book "The Zero-Carbon Car" - a plug-in biodiesel hybrid car which he built. We talk about personal transportation issues and how he built his car. |
|theWatt Podcast 72||Conversation with Dr. Alistair Miller from Atomic Energy Canada Ltd about general energy related issues and a possible scenario for a low CO2 emission future. |
|theWatt Podcast 71||Conversation about gasification of solid fuels, one of the key technologies behind clean coal, with Dr. Ben Anthony from the CANMET Energy Technology Centre of Natural Resources Canada. |
|theWatt Podcast 70||Conversation about the energy requirements of the food we eat with Nigel Winter from the Vegan Society (UK).
|theWatt Podcast 69||Conversation about nuclear power with Dr. Paul Howarth from the Dalton Nuclear Institute at the University of Manchester. |
|theWatt Podcast 68||Texas overtakes California in terms of wind capacity, still can't compare to Wyoming though. S&P's thinks that $100 oil won't be fun but not a guaranteed recession. Congressional hearings about the hockey stick curve and some other business with China and a bit more.
|theWatt Podcast 67 Part 2||Dr. Ulf Bossel, organizer of the Lucerne Fuel Cell Forum, talks about the future of the hydrogen economy and the more efficient electron economy. Transcript available below. |
|theWatt Podcast 66||Topic: The thin-film solar scandal |
|theWatt Podcast 63 Part 2||Bill Kemp, author of the books below, is on the show talking about off-grid living. More info on Bill's books can be found at AzText Press. Transcript available below. |
|theWatt Podcast 60 Part 2||Bill Kemp, author of the books below, is on the show talking about biodiesel. More info on Bill's books can be found at AzText Press. Transcript available below.
|theWatt Podcast 59 Part 2||This show features a discussion with Tad Patzek, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley. We spoke about the energy balance of ethanol. Transcript available below. |
|theWatt Podcast 56 Part 2||This is a conversation with Steve Sottile from SWITCH. |
|theWatt Podcast 55||In the show, Avi Friedman (professor of architecture at McGill University, director of the affordable homes program at McGill, author of many books |
|theWatt Podcast 54||Paul Gipe is on the show talking about wind power and the roller coaster ride that it has taken since the 70s. Transcript available below. |
|theWatt Podcast 53||In this show: Art Spinella, President of CNW Marketing Research explains how he came to the conclusion that hybrid vehicles consume more energy over their entire life than some SUVs. Transcript available below. |
|theWatt Podcast 52||Dr. Arne Jacobson, Environmental Resources Engineering prof from Humboldt State University talks about thin-film solar cells. |
|theWatt Podcast 51||Conversation with Deb Snoonian, senior editor from Plenty Magazine. |