Published October 1, 2021
It’s Energy Awareness Month! If you are interested in staying up to date with the latest trends, research, and debates on energy here are some trending podcasts for you to listen to throughout your day. Whether you are already an avid follower of energy news or are interested in beginning your journey into the energy world these podcasts are a great way to stay informed on what is happening nationally and internationally.
Looking to understand the fast-changing world of energy? Every week, The Energy Gang debates and discusses the latest trends in energy, cleantech, renewables, and the environment. Join them to explore the forces transforming energy markets in America and around the world.
The energy system is changing fast. Each week, Shayle Kann takes listeners on a tour of the global energy transformation, providing provide insight into technology trends, markets, and companies.
Direct Current – An Energy.gov podcast
From the U.S. Department of Energy’s digital team in Washington D.C., Direct Current provides information on how we generate and use electricity. They also provide updates on science that is driving the global energy transition.
At the Energy Transition Show energy expert Chris Nelder talks about the world’s transition from fossil fuels to renewables. Tune in to get the latest developments in research, policy, and market events driving the transition to renewable energy.
The Columbia Energy Exchange podcast aims to bring energy experts and leaders from government agencies, academia, businesses, and civil society to discuss some of the opportunities and challenges faced by various energy sources. The weekly discussions will provide insight into some of the implications energy decisions may have nationally and internationally.
Local Energy Rules podcast is a project by the Energy Democracy Initiative at the Institute for Local Self-Resilience. Hosts meet twice a month to share powerful stories of successful local renewable energy and exposing the policy and practical barriers to its expansion. The podcast is produced by Energy Democracy Director John Farrell and Research Associate Marie McCoy, along with audio engineer Drew Birschbach.
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