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Green Energy Futures

David Dodge

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Green Energy Futures

Green Energy Futures

David Dodge

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The CKUA Radio podcast of the GreenEnergyFutures.ca series. The multi-media series is hosted by David Dodge and tells the stories of Canadians involved in the green energy revolution.

Latest Episodes

253. Neste, the largest producer of renewable diesel in the world

Neste, the company formerly know as Nest Oil is now the largest producer of renewable diesel in the world. This week on CKUA Radio's Green Energy Futures We talk to Jeremy Baines, president of Neste U.S. about how an oil company came to produce 3.4 trillion liters of renewable fuels every year. See blog and our full 30-minute interview: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/253-neste:-how-an-oil-company-became-the-largest-producer-of-renewable-diesel-fuels-in-the-world

3 MIN2 d ago
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253. Neste, the largest producer of renewable diesel in the world

352B. Solar by the baker's dozen

In part II of our interview with Edmonton solar engineer Faruq Vishram we talk about the more than a dozen solar projects he's working on and why 20 megawatts seems to be the magical scale at which solar is springing up in Canada. That's in this week's episode of CKUA Radio's Green Energy Futures. See blog and part I on the solar hospital Faruq built: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/252-former-alberta-coal-guy-is-now-a-solar-guru-sought-after-around-the-world

3 MIN1 w ago
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352B. Solar by the baker's dozen

252A. Former coal guy is now international solar guru

Faruq Vishram was an Alberta guy who designed coal-fired coal plants – that is until they started closing coal plants. So he pivoted and today he's sought after to do solar projects around the world including a solar-powered hospital in Afghanistan.

3 MIN2 w ago
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252A. Former coal guy is now international solar guru

251B. EV Tipping Point - Proof is in the trucks

Automakers may be investing $300 billion in electric vehicles and batteries, but the tell-tale sign that the world is going electric is the best-selling Ford F150 going electric says Matthew Klippenstein, EV industry watcher and columnist. See blog and photos: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/250-ev-tipping-point-the-future-of-cars-is-electric

3 MIN3 w ago
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251B. EV Tipping Point - Proof is in the trucks

251A. EV Tipping Point - The Future is Electric

We've hit the electric vehicle tipping point. Surprised? According to EV expert and columnist Matthew Klippenstein the auto industry is investing $300 billion in the development of more than 500 new electric car models before 2025. Learn more in our blog: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/250-ev-tipping-point-–-the-future-of-cars-is-electric

3 MINAPR 30
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251A. EV Tipping Point - The Future is Electric

250. Best COVID-19 recovery is climate capitalism

Look to climate capitalism to recover from COVID-19 and building the sustainable economy of the future. So says Dan Woynillowicz of Clean Energy Canada. We follow the money to a future green economy with jobs, resilience and sustainability. That's this week on CKUA Radio's Green Energy Futures. See blog and related stories: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/250-best-covid-recovery-is-climate-capitalism

3 MINAPR 23
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250. Best COVID-19 recovery is climate capitalism

249. "Happening to Us" - Tuktoyaktuk teens' film about climate impacts

This week travel with us to Tuktoyaktuk in Canada's Arctic where youth are making a film called "Happening to Us" the story of how climate change is impacting their world in dramatic ways. The teen collective called TukTV took their film to the COP25 UN Climate Change Conference in Madrid in Dec. 2019 and left a powerful impression. See blog and trailer: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/249-“they-can’t-even-see-it”:-tuktoyaktuk-teens'-film-on-the-impacts-of-climate-change

3 MINAPR 9
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249. "Happening to Us" - Tuktoyaktuk teens' film about climate impacts

248. Recycling 2.0 - Make producers responsible

How do you improve recycling? Some say it's by making producers responsible. It's called Extended Producer Responsibility and a study in Alberta has found municipalities would save money, more would get recycled and emissions would be slashed. This week on CKUA Radio's Green Energy Futures we talk to Christina Siedel of the Alberta Recycling Council about how we can up our game when it comes to recycling.

3 MINAPR 2
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248. Recycling 2.0 - Make producers responsible

247. SPUD.ca turns the table on food waste

More than half (58%) of the food that enters Canada's food system is wasted, filling landfills and releasing major greenhouse gas emissions. SPUD.ca wants to change all that. This week on CKUA Radio's Green Energy Futures we talk to Georgie Hyland of this Emerald Award-winning program from Alberta. Learn more on our blog: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/spud-ca-turns-the-table-on-food-waste-reduces-emissions

3 MINMAR 25
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247. SPUD.ca turns the table on food waste

246. Indigenous Renewable Energy Projects Produce Cheap Electricity

GREEN AND LEAN - The projects had to have indigenous ownership and they had to be renewable. At 3.9 cents/kWh the result was historically cheap renewable energy in Alberta. And for their part in all this, the Indigenous Electricity Working Group picked up an Emerald Award. We speak to Andres Filella, of the Metis Nation, a consultant to the working group. This is Part III in our collaborative production with the What On Earth Podcast of the Alberta Emerald Foundation. See blog, podcasts and more: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/246-working-group-leads-to-indigenous-owned-renewable-energy-projects

3 MINMAR 21
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246. Indigenous Renewable Energy Projects Produce Cheap Electricity

Latest Episodes

253. Neste, the largest producer of renewable diesel in the world

Neste, the company formerly know as Nest Oil is now the largest producer of renewable diesel in the world. This week on CKUA Radio's Green Energy Futures We talk to Jeremy Baines, president of Neste U.S. about how an oil company came to produce 3.4 trillion liters of renewable fuels every year. See blog and our full 30-minute interview: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/253-neste:-how-an-oil-company-became-the-largest-producer-of-renewable-diesel-fuels-in-the-world

3 MIN2 d ago
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253. Neste, the largest producer of renewable diesel in the world

352B. Solar by the baker's dozen

In part II of our interview with Edmonton solar engineer Faruq Vishram we talk about the more than a dozen solar projects he's working on and why 20 megawatts seems to be the magical scale at which solar is springing up in Canada. That's in this week's episode of CKUA Radio's Green Energy Futures. See blog and part I on the solar hospital Faruq built: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/252-former-alberta-coal-guy-is-now-a-solar-guru-sought-after-around-the-world

3 MIN1 w ago
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352B. Solar by the baker's dozen

252A. Former coal guy is now international solar guru

Faruq Vishram was an Alberta guy who designed coal-fired coal plants – that is until they started closing coal plants. So he pivoted and today he's sought after to do solar projects around the world including a solar-powered hospital in Afghanistan.

3 MIN2 w ago
Comments
252A. Former coal guy is now international solar guru

251B. EV Tipping Point - Proof is in the trucks

Automakers may be investing $300 billion in electric vehicles and batteries, but the tell-tale sign that the world is going electric is the best-selling Ford F150 going electric says Matthew Klippenstein, EV industry watcher and columnist. See blog and photos: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/250-ev-tipping-point-the-future-of-cars-is-electric

3 MIN3 w ago
Comments
251B. EV Tipping Point - Proof is in the trucks

251A. EV Tipping Point - The Future is Electric

We've hit the electric vehicle tipping point. Surprised? According to EV expert and columnist Matthew Klippenstein the auto industry is investing $300 billion in the development of more than 500 new electric car models before 2025. Learn more in our blog: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/250-ev-tipping-point-–-the-future-of-cars-is-electric

3 MINAPR 30
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251A. EV Tipping Point - The Future is Electric

250. Best COVID-19 recovery is climate capitalism

Look to climate capitalism to recover from COVID-19 and building the sustainable economy of the future. So says Dan Woynillowicz of Clean Energy Canada. We follow the money to a future green economy with jobs, resilience and sustainability. That's this week on CKUA Radio's Green Energy Futures. See blog and related stories: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/250-best-covid-recovery-is-climate-capitalism

3 MINAPR 23
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250. Best COVID-19 recovery is climate capitalism

249. "Happening to Us" - Tuktoyaktuk teens' film about climate impacts

This week travel with us to Tuktoyaktuk in Canada's Arctic where youth are making a film called "Happening to Us" the story of how climate change is impacting their world in dramatic ways. The teen collective called TukTV took their film to the COP25 UN Climate Change Conference in Madrid in Dec. 2019 and left a powerful impression. See blog and trailer: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/249-“they-can’t-even-see-it”:-tuktoyaktuk-teens'-film-on-the-impacts-of-climate-change

3 MINAPR 9
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249. "Happening to Us" - Tuktoyaktuk teens' film about climate impacts

248. Recycling 2.0 - Make producers responsible

How do you improve recycling? Some say it's by making producers responsible. It's called Extended Producer Responsibility and a study in Alberta has found municipalities would save money, more would get recycled and emissions would be slashed. This week on CKUA Radio's Green Energy Futures we talk to Christina Siedel of the Alberta Recycling Council about how we can up our game when it comes to recycling.

3 MINAPR 2
Comments
248. Recycling 2.0 - Make producers responsible

247. SPUD.ca turns the table on food waste

More than half (58%) of the food that enters Canada's food system is wasted, filling landfills and releasing major greenhouse gas emissions. SPUD.ca wants to change all that. This week on CKUA Radio's Green Energy Futures we talk to Georgie Hyland of this Emerald Award-winning program from Alberta. Learn more on our blog: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/spud-ca-turns-the-table-on-food-waste-reduces-emissions

3 MINMAR 25
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247. SPUD.ca turns the table on food waste

246. Indigenous Renewable Energy Projects Produce Cheap Electricity

GREEN AND LEAN - The projects had to have indigenous ownership and they had to be renewable. At 3.9 cents/kWh the result was historically cheap renewable energy in Alberta. And for their part in all this, the Indigenous Electricity Working Group picked up an Emerald Award. We speak to Andres Filella, of the Metis Nation, a consultant to the working group. This is Part III in our collaborative production with the What On Earth Podcast of the Alberta Emerald Foundation. See blog, podcasts and more: http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/246-working-group-leads-to-indigenous-owned-renewable-energy-projects

3 MINMAR 21
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246. Indigenous Renewable Energy Projects Produce Cheap Electricity
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