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Energy Insiders - a RenewEconomy Podcast

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Energy Insiders - a RenewEconomy Podcast

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Join RenewEconomy founder and editor Giles Parkinson and columnist and energy markets expert David Leitch as they discuss the week's main events - politics, solar and storage.

Latest Episodes

Australia’s future grid? You decide

Oliver Woldring and Jose Zapata from ITP Renewables discuss OpenCem, which allows people to model their own energy transition. Plus: AEMC’s new rules.

39 MIN1 d ago
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Australia’s future grid? You decide

100% renewables? Let’s do 700% renewables!

ARENA chief executive Darren Miller discusses potential of renewable hydrogen if it can replace the LNG market, and the transition to a decentralised, democratised and consumer-focused grid.

48 MIN1 w ago
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100% renewables? Let’s do 700% renewables!

View from China: Climate and carbon markets

Beijing-based Stian Reklev joins Energy Insiders to provide the view from China on climate, coal and carbon markets, and why progress is slow. Plus, the regulatory problems in Australia.

32 MIN2 w ago
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View from China: Climate and carbon markets

Is this the end of the wind and solar boom?

20 big investors warn that new wind and solar projects won’t go ahead without changes to marginal loss factors process. Group chairman Rob Grant explains why. Plus: Coal in decline, but COAG is back.

33 MIN3 w ago
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Is this the end of the wind and solar boom?

Let’s not forget climate science

Professor Brendan Mackey, a lead IPCC author, with the latest update on climate science.

40 MINSEP 12
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Let’s not forget climate science

It’s all about dispatchability

Nexif founder CEO Matthew Bartley on leasing South Australia’s back up generators, doubling the size of Lincoln Gap wind farm and adding battery storage. Plus, those negative prices.

39 MINSEP 6
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It’s all about dispatchability

Humans are too slow for wind, solar and batteries

Susan Kennedy is the former chief of staff to California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Now the two have teamed up to offer artificial intelligence and machine learning to integrated wind, solar and storage.

34 MINAUG 29
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Humans are too slow for wind, solar and batteries

On the road to a decarbonised grid

Transgrid’s Andrew Kingsmill on thinking big and renewable energy zones, and AEMO’s long term modelling to decarbonise the grid.

34 MINAUG 21
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On the road to a decarbonised grid

Alinta’s vision of a rapid transition to clean energy

Alinta CEO Jeff Dimery on record profits, record low prices for wind energy, the economics of battery storage and the early exit of coal generators.

35 MINAUG 12
Comments
Alinta’s vision of a rapid transition to clean energy

Snowy Hydro in the spotlight

Snowy Hydro’s Gordon Wymer goes into the fine details of the proposed Snowy 2.0 pumped hydro scheme. Plus. The regulator’s power play on wind farms.

37 MINAUG 9
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Snowy Hydro in the spotlight

Latest Episodes

Australia’s future grid? You decide

Oliver Woldring and Jose Zapata from ITP Renewables discuss OpenCem, which allows people to model their own energy transition. Plus: AEMC’s new rules.

39 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Australia’s future grid? You decide

100% renewables? Let’s do 700% renewables!

ARENA chief executive Darren Miller discusses potential of renewable hydrogen if it can replace the LNG market, and the transition to a decentralised, democratised and consumer-focused grid.

48 MIN1 w ago
Comments
100% renewables? Let’s do 700% renewables!

View from China: Climate and carbon markets

Beijing-based Stian Reklev joins Energy Insiders to provide the view from China on climate, coal and carbon markets, and why progress is slow. Plus, the regulatory problems in Australia.

32 MIN2 w ago
Comments
View from China: Climate and carbon markets

Is this the end of the wind and solar boom?

20 big investors warn that new wind and solar projects won’t go ahead without changes to marginal loss factors process. Group chairman Rob Grant explains why. Plus: Coal in decline, but COAG is back.

33 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Is this the end of the wind and solar boom?

Let’s not forget climate science

Professor Brendan Mackey, a lead IPCC author, with the latest update on climate science.

40 MINSEP 12
Comments
Let’s not forget climate science

It’s all about dispatchability

Nexif founder CEO Matthew Bartley on leasing South Australia’s back up generators, doubling the size of Lincoln Gap wind farm and adding battery storage. Plus, those negative prices.

39 MINSEP 6
Comments
It’s all about dispatchability

Humans are too slow for wind, solar and batteries

Susan Kennedy is the former chief of staff to California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Now the two have teamed up to offer artificial intelligence and machine learning to integrated wind, solar and storage.

34 MINAUG 29
Comments
Humans are too slow for wind, solar and batteries

On the road to a decarbonised grid

Transgrid’s Andrew Kingsmill on thinking big and renewable energy zones, and AEMO’s long term modelling to decarbonise the grid.

34 MINAUG 21
Comments
On the road to a decarbonised grid

Alinta’s vision of a rapid transition to clean energy

Alinta CEO Jeff Dimery on record profits, record low prices for wind energy, the economics of battery storage and the early exit of coal generators.

35 MINAUG 12
Comments
Alinta’s vision of a rapid transition to clean energy

Snowy Hydro in the spotlight

Snowy Hydro’s Gordon Wymer goes into the fine details of the proposed Snowy 2.0 pumped hydro scheme. Plus. The regulator’s power play on wind farms.

37 MINAUG 9
Comments
Snowy Hydro in the spotlight