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There is so much to be angry about, if you are a clean energy guy. Every day, so many things that happen around the world make me angry when I look at them with lenses colored by the climate change chaos unfolding everywhere around us. And I am especially angry because I know we can solve the climate change crisis if we were only trying.Each week, I will share with you a few topics that struck me and that I was very angry about – and this will generally have to do with climate change, solar ...
 
Join the Fairewinds Crew as we discuss our energy future. Due to climate change, the world is transitioning away from fossil fuels, and the nuclear industry with its government regulators have pushed for an atomic energy takeover. In this podcast, the Fairewinds Crew uncovers the true risk of nuclear power from unregulated atomic operations, and seedy backroom deals amongst nuclear energy insiders to the enormous financial burden and health cost imposed on the public by atomic power for the ...
 
The Energy Show, hosted by Barry Cinnamon, is a weekly 30 minute talk show that runs every Saturday on KDOW Radio AM in San Jose California. Every week Barry provides practical money-saving tips on ways to reduce your home and business energy consumption. Barry Cinnamon heads up Cinnamon Energy Systems (a San Jose residential and commercial solar and energy storage contractor) and Spice Solar (suppliers of built-in solar racking technology). After 10,000+ installations at Akeena Solar and We ...
 
Led by the Energy Security and Climate Change Program, CSIS explores policies and regulations, commercial frameworks, and technological solutions that determine our energy future while balancing economic, environmental, and security priorities. In collaboration with leaders in industry, government, academia, and nonprofits, the Energy Security and Climate Change Program leads projects, events, and publications to help decision makers understand these challenging dynamics. Find the latest res ...
 
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Millions of Americans lack access to clean tap water, while others have been priced out. And while President Joe Biden has vowed to make clean water a priority, the reality is that the cost of potential regulation to make drinking water safer is only going to make it more expensive. So, who pays for the difference? POLITICO’s Annie Snider, on why t…
 
A Tesla Model 3 is now cheaper than a Nissan LEAF in Japan! The Hyundai Ionic 5 looks amazing and it can even tow 3600 pounds. The seats go back like a recliner while you charge. Speaking of charging, it charges very fast but we won't see them in North America until at least 2022. Rex Murphy, National Post columnist, is a turd and so is the papers …
 
Over the past year, multiple oil and gas companies have invested hundreds of millions of dollars in planting trees, or threatening to do so, to offset their greenhouse gas emissions. There are, however, several fundamental problems with what they are doing, or probably more accurately, pretending to do. First, most are planting trees to earn carbon…
 
With carbon emissions being one of the main contributors to climate change, the American government has spent years trying to properly gauge the gas’ social impact. And in order to better understand the impact of federal regulation to curb emissions, the Obama administration tried to calculate the social cost of carbon. Now, President Biden’s gover…
 
On Monday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and US President Joe Biden held their first joint meeting. And climate change was one of the top topics on the agenda. On the same day, President Biden talked about America’s climate diplomacy after the country officially rejoined the Paris Climate Agreement. But talk is cheap, and POLITICO’s Zack C…
 
On Tuesday, Rep. Deb Haaland made history as the first Native American nominated for a presidential cabinet position to reach a Senate confirmation hearing. to be questioned for a presidential cabinet position. AndIn the hearing, GOP senators took the opportunity to attack President Biden’s climate and environment agenda. POLITICO’s Ben Lefebvre an…
 
This morning, the first Native American ever nominated for a Cabinet position, is set to appear before a Senate committee. Rep. Deb Haaland, a progressive lawmaker from New Mexico, is Biden’s pick for the Interior Department. But even before her committee hearing, some Western senators are saying she will not have their votes. POLITICO’s Ben Lefebv…
 
The Texas blackouts that knocked power out for millions threw state and federal officials into crisis management mode – and now they’re looking for culprits. The blackouts left a death toll of nearly 60 people, and showed that the state was largely unprepared for extreme weather. And that is a lesson that multiple states are beginning to learn the …
 
Joe Biden has repeatedly said his energy transition plan will create millions of “green, union jobs.” But compared to other sectors of the energy industry, wind and solar have low unionization rates. POLITICO’s Rebecca Rainey and Eric Wolff, on the union leaders’ fears that workers will be left behind. Follow POLITICO's Recovery Lab , a series that…
 
A Delaware son holds a key for America’s ambitious infrastructure and climate policy goals over thecoming years. Actually, make that two Delaware sons. As chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works committee, Sen. Tom Carper is dedicated to helping President Biden achieve his administration’s goals on infrastructure, electric vehicles, and cl…
 
We know that wind turbines work in the arctic so are they the problem? The truth is all sources, especially natural gas, had plants down. Turns out natural gas and other thermal sources don't work either. The reason is because they didn't prepare the grid for cold weather. But should they or is it a waste of money for rare events like this. Wind tu…
 
Copyright 2021, The Energy Show, Barry CinnamonThis week we’re talking about carbon capture and sequestration, or commonly known as CCS.This technology is being hyped as a solution to our continued CO2 emissions, and a way to draw down, or reduce, the CO2 already in the atmosphere.It has a lot of potential by stopping emissions and drawing down the…
 
A nationwide snowstorm set daily record lows earlier this week, sending unprepared cities into chaos. In Texas, the unexpected freezing temperatures shut power down for millions of residents, extending what were expected to be short-rolling blackouts into days-long outages. Politico’s Eric Wolff explains why the Lone Star state ran out of power whe…
 
The early leaders of environmental groups were mostly people who saw their goal as saving endangered animals or national parks, and while they’ve broadened their targets in the past half century, their memberships still skew heavily white. Now, with environmental justice on the rise, people of color and low-income communities that have long on the …
 
Joe Biden wants to aggressively lower US emissions from fossil fuel production. But Texas, the state where most of America's greenhouse gases come from, is not particularly keen on helping him out. Today, POLITICO's Ben Lefebvre on how big an obstacle the Lone Star State will be to Biden meeting his emissions goals. Anthony Adragna is an energy rep…
 
In the 1930s, American hydroelectric power rose thanks in part to the construction of numerous dams along the Pacific northwest. These dams, and the energy they’ve produced, have shaped American communities in the decades since, even win World War 2. But keeping the dams operating has come at a huge cost for multiple types of salmon, many of which …
 
What's an EV like in -40 degrees? We'll talk about how they're actually better than combustion vehicles at that temperature and what are the drawbacks and difficulties some are having this year. With comments from actual Saskatchewan EV owners! New EV from Audi, no Apple deal with Kia, Elon Musk and Bitcoin, Elon and carbon capture, GM only making …
 
So far, virtually every one of Joe Biden’s executive nominees have passed the Senate with flying colors. But before even having a hearing, the president’s pick to lead the Interior Department is taking heat from Republican senators. POLITICO’s Ben Lefebvre, on why GOP senators are taking aim at congresswoman Deb Haaland. Anthony Adragna is an energ…
 
Here is the mix live from UTR Radio via the " Jump Off " for February 2021 . A high energy set with the best in EDM , Top 40 , Hip Hop , Throwbacks , and more . Make sure to download UTR RADIO. via the App Store / GOOGLE PLAY . You can also launch UTR Radio via ALEXA .โดย Casey Spinz
 
For decades, Ed Markey was one of the loudest voices for climate and the environment on Capitol Hill. And now with unified Democratic control of government, POLITICO’s Anthony Adragna caught up with the Massachusetts senator to talk about the present and future of climate policy, President Biden’s agenda, and the road to America’s net-zero emission…
 
President Joe Biden promised to drop big money against climate change. But while policy and spending will be critical to fight worsening global warming, there is also a lot to do to mitigate the effects on vulnerable and underserved communities. POLITICO’s Zack Colman, on difficult road ahead for the administration in figuring out how to meet the p…
 
Over the 2010s, wind energy boomed and became a significant player in America’s energy portfolio. And despite all the chaos of 2020, the decade is headed off a good start for the renewable sector. POLITICO’s Kelsey Tamborrino reports. Kelsey Tamborrino is an energy reporter for POLITICO. Anthony Adragna is an energy reporter for POLITICO and host o…
 
On Wednesday, the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee held a confirmation hearing for President Joe Biden's Environmental Protection Agency administrator nominee Michael Regan. While Regan has received praise among Democrats, some Republicans have criticized his approach. POLITICO’s Annie Snider explains. Anthony Adragna is an energy repo…
 
This year's big Super Bowl electric vehicle ad is from GM and stars Will Farrell, Kenan Thompson & Awkwafina. GM claims 30 EVs by 2025. Plus: The Apple Car rumors, SpaceX crash, and Tom Cruise. Brian and James swap dental stories after Brian gets a tooth pulled. SpaceX rocket test crashes and we have a clip in this week's Farm Film Report. Starlink…
 
Copyright 2021 - The Energy Show, Barry CinnamonThis week we’re focusing on the most common question we get after someone has installed solar and energy storage: “How do I read my electric bill?”Standard electric bills are hard enough to read, but when you have solar and storage you almost need a degree in forensic accounting to figure them out.At …
 
A new report by the National Academies of Sciences says that the United States can achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, but it will require "rapid rates of change and unprecedented levels of funding.” Will President Joe Biden implement the report’s proposals? POLITICO’s Alex Guillén explains. Alex Guillén is an energy reporter for POLITICO Pr…
 
The Biden administration is working on expanding funding for electric vehicle infrastructure and tax credits, but they can’t do it alone: big auto makers will be fundamental to help the US transition away from fuel-powered cars. And last week, General Motors announced an ambitious timeline for when their fleet will be all carbon-neutral. Today, POL…
 
Since the Obama administration, the federal government has been in the middle of a tug-of-war between corn farmers and oil refiners. The multi-million dollar question? How much ethanol the government should mandate to be blended into American gasoline. Today, POLITICO’s Eric Wolff, with how this battle may play out under President Joe Biden. Anthon…
 
Saskatoon, a city of only 250,000, opened its first Tesla Store last night and it's a big deal to the local EV community. Brian has discovered rammed earth homes--homes built from dirt that last forever! Truck owners are game for EVs, President Biden goes all in on the federal vehicle fleet shifting to electric, and is nuclear cheaper than we thoug…
 
Brian and James ponder what the next four years will mean for the green revolution. The Keystone XL pipeline gets kyboshed by President Joe Biden on his first day. Toyota gets punished, GM builds and electric delivery vehicle plant in Canada and more! @cleanenergypod on Twitter YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzoIKTGAuam6mBd-JyfB…
 
The story of how one-hit wonder A-Ha started the Norwegian electric vehicle revolution is fascinating and odd as heck. The Tesla Model Y Standard Range Plus is released after Elon Musk denied it would happen. We're a good news show in these dark times. Join us every Wednesday as we have a light-hearted conversation about all the week's news in clea…
 
Is having babies good for the planet? Elon says if we don't, we face big problems 20 years from now. Plus some of our predictions for 2021, the world's biggest wind turbine powers a whole city by itself, and Wisconsin goes big on solar. Plus our Lightning Round will knock your socks off. Subscribe to our YouTube channel. Feedback cleanenergyshow@gm…
 
The most important clean tech stories that did the most to move the world forward in 2020. It wasn't a bad year for what we cover here on the podcast! The pandemic actually had a big role to play in political will changing as government set bold new targets on carbon emissions. Plus we will reveal The Clean Energy Show EV of the Year Award!…
 
Elon Musk's Tesla has had an incredible year, as has SpaceX. We look at the EVs of 2020 and what's coming in 2021! Lex Fridman talked to talked to Waymo CTO Dmitri Dolgov about robo taxies and James has his thoughts. Survey's find many people want to get an electric vehicles but are worried about barriers. Twitter @cleanenergypod See our YouTube ch…
 
Battery prices fall below $100/kWh for the first time says Bloomberg New Energy Finance. How much more expensive is it to build a solar plant than a coal plant? The Mustang Mach-E reviews are rolling in and it's one of the most important EVs of 2020. Uganda is getting into the EV game to solve its own pollution problem. Website with realistic EV ra…
 
Solar and battery powered food container growing in Canada's Yukon, electric tractor advantage, and Brian corrects some things from last week's show. Elon Musk moves to Texas, Toyota promises a BEV SUV, Japan opts for only hybrids and EVs by the mid 2030s, and James leaves the house only to be sneezed on by a Canadian Tire employee! Follow us on Tw…
 
Today marks the first day in history that lab-grown meat will be sold to humans for consumption. It will take the form of a premium chicken nugget sold at restaurants in Singapore. Hyundai finally starts to send some EVs to Canada in 3X numbers. Hydrogen burned for home heating. A conversion kit to convert a mountain bike to an electric snow bike. …
 
A 1980s Ferrari supercar is converted into an EV and it's faster and lighter. Canada sets a net zero target of 2050. Loblaws grocery stores to use autonomous trucks in Canada in early 2021. Highspeed Tesla crash sends flaming batteries into someone's living room. Brian discovers an exciting new product that replaces a fissile fuel with batteries. F…
 
We need to talk about lawyers and about law firms. One of the strongest weapons in the fight to do nothing at all about climate change is the anti-climate-action litigation carried out by most, if not all, of the largest law firms in the world. Law firms, quietly and below the radar, do three big, bad things: By a ratio of 10 to 1, they love to wor…
 
In its final days in office, Trump’s EPA pushed through a number of highly controversial rules that would go into effect right before Joe Biden took office. But in the rush to get the orders through, those officials made these orders vulnerableto losing in court, and POLITICO’s Alex Guillen and Annie Snider report that’s exactly what has happened i…
 
President Joe Biden pledged huge action on climate change. And while he will need Congress to bring significant actions, on Wednesday he signed one of the most aggressive executive orders to tackle global warming in US history. POLITICO’s Ben Lefebvre and Zack Colman, on what’s in the huge executive order. Zack Colman is an energy reporter for POLI…
 
Remember Iowa? In the country’s first Democratic primary, Pete Buttigieg confirmed his rise as a star within the party by winning over President Joe Biden and progressive leader Bernie Sanders. And while the former mayor of South Bend wasn’t able to win the party’s presidential ticket, all signs indicate that he will be in the federal government as…
 
President Joe Biden is wasting no time pushing for climate action on the executive branch. But getting long-lasting action through the legislation is not going to be so easy. Yesterday, House Energy and Commerce chairman Frank Pallone tapered expectations on how aggressive Democrats can act on climate policy. POLITICO’s Anthony Adragna explains. An…
 
Biden’s first executive orders steered the federal ship in a very different direction on all sorts of issues. But as the new president settles in, many are expecting federal action to get more specific and long-term. Today, POLITICO’s Ben Lefebvre discusses an executive order coming this week that would fulfill Biden’s promise to halt oil productio…
 
The global economy is still fighting the pandemic and digging itself out of a recession, while jobs and training will surely change going forward. What other actions need to be taken by government, business, education and other institutions to ensure that people have access to the resources necessary for good jobs? Hosts Ryan Heath and Luiza Savage…
 
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