The Energy Gang: Why Renewables Can't Be Stopped [PODCAST]

April 27, 2015 by Stephen Lacey

Renewables and the Future

After a dip in global clean energy spending, the world saw a record $310 billion invested in solar, wind, storage and efficiency. Yearly investment levels are still below what IEA estimates are needed to address climate change, the increase shows that appetite for funding projects and companies is increasing.[read more]


#EnergyChat Webinar: The Utility of the Future

April 7, 2015 by Jesse Jenkins

Planning the Utility of the Future

The electricity sector has been abuzz with talk of “disruptive challenges,” “transformational changes,” and “reforming the energy vision.” In this #EnergyChat Webinar, we chatted with experts about the technologies, new business models, and regulatory reforms transforming the electric utility sector.[read more]


The Watt Hour, with Guest Eric Maltzer [PODCAST]

April 14, 2014 by Reid Capalino

To assess the re-emergence of climate change as a topic of intense public discussion, I sat down with Eric Maltzer, who for four years worked on clean energy and global climate policy at the US State Department. Our hour-long conversation covers a wide range of topics.[read more]

Audio Archive: Fukushima and Nuclear Power

July 9, 2011 by Amelia Timbers

Listen to The Energy Collective's panelists as they seek answers to questions raised after Fukushima and discuss nuclear power's role in our energy future[read more]

Poet Biofuels: Charting the Future of Ethanol?

March 29, 2010 by Jesse Jenkins

From its start on the family farm with a single farm-scale ethanol facility to dozens of multi-million gallon per year biorefineries dotting the Midwest countryside, POET LLC of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is now the world's largest biofuels producer. Today in this theEnergyCollective.com podcast, I'm joined by Nathan Schock, director...[read more]

Copenhagen Climate Summit Reactions [Podcast]

December 23, 2009 by Tim Hurst

COP15 Earth & Industry’s “Gang of Four” – Tim Hurst, Maria Surma Manka, Jeff McIntire-Strasburg and David Wescott – recorded a podcast to share their thoughts on the UN Climate Change Summit in Copenhagen, and to discuss where we go from here. Overall, opinions range from “skeptical but hopeful” to “just mad.” The podcast is just...[read more]

Cleantech in China and Social Media

September 2, 2009 by Richard Brubaker

Techexeccast’s has a Podcast of Weber Shandwick Senior Vice President William Brent that readers will be interested as it covers a few interesting topics: cleantech in China, value of social media, and the future of green. For me, the best comment from William when he was framing the discussion about China’s unsustainable growth...[read more]

[PODCAST] Clean Energy Leadership in Oregon - An Interview with Oregon State Representative Jules Bailey

August 27, 2009 by Jesse Jenkins

In my exclusive post for theEnergyCollective.com this month, I'm going to try something new out: a podcast.  It's my first, and while I encountered some unexpected technical hiccups, I hope you enjoy what follows. I'd appreciate your feedback in the comments section. Thanks! - Jesse Jenkins, featured writer, theEnergyCollective.com...[read more]

Cleantech Collective Podcast with Rich Kolodziej, President of the Natural Gas Vehicles Association

October 19, 2007 by MarkLazen

Back in August, cleantechcollective's Robin Fray Carey interviewed Rich Kolodziej, President of the Natural Gas Vehicles Association. The topic was the current Energy bill and as it still hasn’t passed, you may find the podcast relevant.Robin has known Rich for a long time, and is a big fan. He is a very straight shooter,...[read more]

More on the Energy Bill, and Our First Cleantech Collective Podcast

October 9, 2007 by Robin Carey

Back in August I interviewed Rich Kolodziej, President of the Natural Gas Vehicles Association. The topic was the current Energy bill and as it still hasn’t passed, you may find the podcast relevant.I’ve known Rich for a long time, and I’m a big fan. He is a very straight shooter, and a passionate advocate in Washington for the “...[read more]