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The Renewable Energy SmartPod offers an inside look at the people, technologies and trends that are powering the energy transition. If you want to hear more about the role renewables are playing to decarbonize the global economy and combat climate change, this is the podcast for you. Follow us on Twitter @RenewablesPod or sign up for our newsletter: Renewable Energy SmartBrief.
 
BetaTalk is the recent winner of the British Renewable Energy Awards 2020 communication category “which recognises an organisation who has done most to enhance awareness or championed positive change for renewables or clean technology with key opinion formers: parliament, government or the public”Nathan Gambling known as BetaTeach on Twitter discusses energy and the transition to low carbon technologies such as solar thermal and heat pumps with some of the best renewable engineers. He is uni ...
 
The Joint Venture Podcast will investigate the most exciting deals and financial innovation, as well as broader market trends such as digital disruption, ESG and life in the post-pandemic world.We will keep our ear to the ground, going behind the headlines on the major news, bringing you commentary on a variety of current situations. We will also be catching up with leading market players to take a deep dive into a featured story each week.
 
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Throughout the 2020s, climate change will be a huge topic of conversation, and part of that conversation will be about energy. Renewables are seen as the future, but just how futuristic are they? At the National Trust, some of the properties we care for have been lit, heated and powered by renewables for over 100 years. As we move towards our goal of sourcing 50% of our energy needs from renewable sources, in this five-part podcast series, we join professor Lucy Green as she embarks up on a ...
 
Stora Enso's new podcast looks at the opportunities we can create from renewable materials. Global megatrends are driving consumer and customer demand, and our future. How do renewable materials fit in this changing world? With a panel of expert guests we invite you into a lively conversation on a series of subjects close to our heart. How can we approach packaging in a sustainable way, as the consumer craving for food on-the-go rises? What are the implications? As people continue to move in ...
 
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When most people think of batteries these days, they probably think of lithium-ion batteries. But serious questions are starting to be asked about lithium-ion batteries; questions safety, sustainability, performance and the supply of the rare earth materials that go into those batteries. So with all those battery questions swirling, today's show fe…
 
inspiratia's Head of Research, Omolola Coker, speaks with Moody's Benjamin Leyre and Simon Kornek from Statkraft about the market interventions Europe are undertaking in order to alleviate the energy crisis.inspiratia
 
We spoke with Graeme Fox from BESA about the first world ventilate day. You can watch live also their webinar which will also be recorded 12:00pm GMT - Tuesday 8 November 2022 Join our panel of experts as they discuss how good ventilation can improve health and wellbeing as well as protect buildings. We will share top ventilation tips and practical…
 
Luiza Demôro, the Head of Energy Transitions at BloombergNEF, walks us through a pair of reports that the team at BNEF recently released. One is their annual Power Transition Trends report. And the other is a special look at the state of clean energy funding in emerging markets and developing economies. And now that COP27 is upon us, Luiza also giv…
 
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last year or so, you’ve probably heard about all the money that’s either already been deployed or is on its way toward funding the energy transition. When there are billions and billions in play, it’s not surprising that groups are coming together to lure capital to not only certain technologies, but a…
 
When a heat wave gripped California a couple of months ago, authorities sent out tweets and texts urging businesses and consumers to reduce their energy use to help utilities and other power providers avoid blackouts. That was an example of demand response. And guess what? It worked. James Muraca, the Chief Technology Officer at Enersponse, joins t…
 
We chat to Phil Jones from Alpha about boilers and their need to be working better with proper control. We also mention the hybrid offering from Alpha where for aprox. £3100 a home owner can have a new boiler which is connected to a 4kW fan coil unit outside. Enjoy the episode and thanks for listening Support the show…
 
A key component of the Biden administration's energy transition plan involves establishing hydrogen hubs at multiple locations across the US. Michael Hecht, president and CEO of Greater New Orleans Inc., joins the show to share details about H2theFuture, which is a green hydrogen cluster that's being developed in southern Louisiana. H2theFuture was…
 
The Joint Venture: Voices from the hydrogen industry In this episode Oliver catches up with five of the most interesting delegates at the World Hydrogen Congress in Rotterdam. This was an event where many of the top players in Europe came together to discuss the fast-evolving hydrogen market. These discussions include how to build up new hydrogen-f…
 
Fantastic episode with Barry who runs Renewable Heat up in Scotland. We discuss his heat pump journey as well as his work with the plumbing and heating association Snipef. We discuss lots such as MCS, the NIBE PVT system, sizing heat pumps and the new service which www.heatpimpsurvey.com provides which measures rather than calculates heat loss. We …
 
Nathan chats to the MD of EOGB about a UK first - a domestic modulating oil boiler. The boiler uses open therm to modulate the flame and will output different flow temps to the radiators or other heating emitters. Nathan starts the episode with a little pre-amble about the importance of flow temps constantly changing to match the demand of the prop…
 
This episode is all about the "Blue Economy." Jason Busch is the Executive Director of the Pacific Ocean Energy Trust and he joins the show to talk about the many ways the ocean can power a more sustainable future. Offshore wind energy has certainly been in the headlines as of late, so Jason covers that topic, but he also provides an update on othe…
 
We are joined by Richard Burrows from Mid Wales Plumbing and Heating Supplies who is an expert on heating control strategy. Richard talks about the types of modulation - load compensation and weather compensation and how all boilers should be controlled this way. To understand modulation I have written an article with a funny analogy here With advi…
 
Joseph Triepke and Daniel Cruise from Lium Research join the show to talk about the many ways the Inflation Reduction Act is poised to shape markets for solar, wind and battery storage. Joseph and Daniel will offer their views from more of an investor and financial market intelligence perspective. And speaking of market intel, don’t miss the nugget…
 
Nathan chats with his friend Dave who runs and owns Condensate Pro and now Primary Pro. Primary Pro is a polyethylene product which comes pre painted making it easier to use than class O insulation. He has also developed Bond & Seal which can be applied all weathers unlike the contact adhesive which is used for Class O. The conversation is a useful…
 
It's all happening! The U.S. Congress finally took action to try to stem the tide of climate change. The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) includes $369 billion of climate and clean energy initiatives -- and tax incentives represent a huge chunk of that amount. Lauren Collins, a partner at Vinson & Elkins, joins the show to explain how the plethora of …
 
Nathan is a big supporter of diversity within the heating industry and this special episode is the first ever BetaTalk podcast takeover e.g. Nathan is not in it. The episode has been hosted by three remarkable women who are involved in plumbing and heating: Sovey, Leah and Rhiannon. They interviewed one of Nathan's friends Andy who has been involve…
 
Nathan has a great chat with Daniel Newport from the Tony Blair Institute for Climate and one of his regular renewable heating engineers James from Elite Services Group based in Hull. Daniel previously held a senior position at BEIS and was part of the team that introduced the target of 600,000 heat pumps by 2028. All sorts of interesting stuff in …
 
Nathan hosted a live podcast to discuss heat pumps at the industry's favourite show. On the guest panel were Heat Architects Steve Webster and Si Posket along with the podcasts expert guest on commercial refrigeration Lisa-Jayne Season 6 of BetaTalk is being sponsored by Farnell We also like to thank the European Heat Pump Association and Key Mark …
 
Ofgem have been collecting performance data on heat pump installs and Nathan chats to Collin Meek from RB&M who has analysed the data. The report summary can be found here Learn what COP (coefficient of performance) SCOP and SPF (seasonal performance factor) all mean as well as their limitations. Are heat pumps in the UK performing well? Find out i…
 
In this episode, Omolola Coker and Oliver Carr chat with Marco Raffinetti, CEO of Hyphen Hydrogen Energy, about his plans to build a 3GW green hydrogen production facility in Namibia, worth US$10 billion. We learn more about the tender process for this ambitious project and discuss the Namibian government's commitment to become a hydrogen exporter.…
 
Can a home have no energy bills? Yes. We chat to Nigel from Ilke Homes who have just partnered with Octopus Energy for an exciting project where the occupant is expected to pay no energy bills. The homes will use heat pumps, lots of solar PV and batteries. Hear how they work on this episode. This episode is accompanied by a special patron episode w…
 
Meet Nathan's guest Tom Lowe who heads up the Thermal Storage Association with founding members SunAmp, Caldera and Tepeo. Tom has had previous roles in OFGEM, British Gas and Buld Energy so there is lots of great discussion in this episode Use the 10% discount code BETATALK10 with Farnell purchases over £50 Support the show…
 
In this episode, Oliver catches up with Richard Hulf and JJ Traynor from LSE listed investment fund HydrogenOne Capital. We discuss the fund's origin, investment philosophy, and grand visions for the future. Our conversation touches on many of the topics that affect investment decisions in innovative hydrogen projects and businesses. These include …
 
In this first episode of season 6 I chat with some of the people in the Carbon CoOp team You can hear what they are all about and how they have been helping people navigate through the cacophony of retrofit and renewable heating advice. They are one of my favourites out there and really understand the challenge. Matt is very much an enthusiast, lik…
 
Nathan speaks to his good friend and his control expert David Newton. David started his career in controls back in the 70s and has interesting stories. The conversation centres around the fact it is not a technical problem which needs solving but a human one. Support the showNathan Gambling BetaTeach
 
While the comment period for the Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposed rule on climate-related disclosure has been extended into June, the proposal offers a solid hint as to how the final rulemaking might take shape. Jamie Gamble, Managing Director at PwC, and Maggie Peloso, Partner at Vinson & Elkins, join the show to dig into the details …
 
In this episode Robert Leeming speaks to Massimo Resta, Partner at Zouk Capital, the London-based private-equity business that was responsible for raising the successful Charging Infrastructure Fund. During the episode, Robert and Massimo discuss the ongoing investment of the fund, the rise and fall of the SPAC deal, the investability of charging i…
 
In this episode Nathan talks to Thomas Nowak the Secretary General of the EHPA. Thomas has a wealth of knowledge in the European Heat Pump space and has been disseminating good advice for quite some time. Take a listen We are currently the #1 energy podcast in the UK here Support the showNathan Gambling BetaTeach
 
John Belizaire, the founder and CEO of Soluna Computing, joins the show to do a deep dive on how cryptocurrency mining and blockchain platforms impact the grid. You’ve probably seen the headlines and the narrative is that the computing power required to run these technologies places a huge strain on the grid. Well, John recently testified before Co…
 
In this episode, Oliver catches up with Stirling Habbitts from renewable financial advisory firm Green Giraffe. We discuss the intrinsically linked futures of offshore wind projects and green hydrogen production in the UK. This episode touches on the fallout from the UK government’s Hydrogen Strategy, how to work with offtakers to build a financial…
 
In our latest episode, Head of Research at inspiratia, Omolola Coker, speaks with a diverse group of energy practitioners. She's joined by James Stainer, partner at global law firm Gowling WLG, Tim Foster - Head of Energy Services at Conrad Energy, Adam Clarke - Managing Director at The Energy Consortium (TEC), and Chris Bowden - Managing director …
 
In this episode Nathan chats to retired physicists Michael de Podesta about his video on how to quickly get an idea of the heat loss of your home. You can follow him on Twitter at @Protons4B and find his blog here Support the showNathan Gambling BetaTeach
 
In this episode, inspiratia's senior infrastructure analyst, Andrew Pope, speaks to Jonathan Evans, director of Total Data Centre Solutions, to discuss his views on where the data centre market is headed in 2022. With some major M&A activity taking place in the sector in recent years, notably KKR's US$15 billionn acquisition of CyrusOne, Jonathan i…
 
Horace Luke, the Founder and CEO of Gogoro, has a vision. It's a vision that involves tackling a huge energy challenge the transportation sector is facing. While companies like Tesla, Rivian and BYD are electrifying four-wheel vehicles, less attention is being paid to electrifying two-wheel vehicles. That's where Luke sees opportunity because two-w…
 
The term "energy transition" means different things to different people. In this episode, we focus on how "energy transition" means different things to people from different places. Michael Syn, senior managing director and head of equities at the Singapore Exchange (SGX), joins the show to talk about how markets in Asia are tackling decarbonizatio…
 
One of my favourite conversations: Adam is a rare entity. He is a heating engineer but understands extremely well the tech world now entering the heating industry and will play an important part. It is a frank conversation and we hope you enjoy and get something from it Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/betatalk)…
 
The Renewable Heat Incentive is about to finish and the Boiler Upgrade Scheme is about to start. Heat pump installation companies have found themselves in a state of limbo and an open letter has been drafted to put forward their concerns to BEIS and OFGEM This episode is in response to those concerns and features policy expert Richard Lowes, Dan Ke…
 
Nathan knows the good people at NESTA quite well and likes their pragmatism. In this episode Nathan has a chat with Madeleine Gabriel the sustainable mission director and Andrew Sissons, the deputy mission director. They discuss insulation and how you do not need deep retrofit for heat pumps to work, even efficiently. Conversation also discusses th…
 
We're baaaaaaack! After taking a break at the beginning of this year to recharge after a busy and exciting 2021, we’re ready to dive back into telling you stories about the people, technologies and trends that are powering the energy transition. First up is an episode today about money. As in all the money that’s being spent on the energy transitio…
 
In this episode Nathan chats with regular guest host Ken Bone and Rachael Peterson an electronics and software engineer. Both guests are early adopters of battery technology for use within their own homes. They also have PV and Heat Pumps and a bonus episode exists on the patreon site where you can hear both guests talk about the integration of all…
 
In this episode Oliver catches up with Dr Axel Wietfeld, CEO of Uniper Hydrogen based in Düsseldorf, Germany. We discuss the growing interest in green hydrogen in Germany and some of the steps that the energy giant Uniper is taking to meet this new demand, including the work being done at the burgeoning hydrogen hub at the port of Wilhelmshaven. Ou…
 
In this episode Omolola and Kelechi catch up with Gordon MacDougall, Managing Director at BayWa r.e. UK, to discuss the state of the UK's solar market. Our chat touches on the growing excitement for the upcoming contracts for difference (CfD) results this spring, especially with the re-entry of solar and the recently announced news to make CfDs an …
 
Nathan chats to Stephanie who was monitoring heat pump systems out in Canada. One of the things Nathan is passionate about is using monitoring and Smart HTC to measure real heat loss. Monitoring can also be used to establish performance and highlight either faulty equipment or bad installation practice. In the Autumn of 2021 Nathan gave evidence to…
 
On our latest, and first ESG episode, Kelechi speaks with Sustainability & Ecosystem Stewardship Research Manager Morgan Scott and Technical Executive Brenda Brickhouse from the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). EPRI is a non-profit energy research and development organisation based in the United States. With Kelechi they discuss the growin…
 
Gas prices have risen. This is having a dramatic effect on the poor. Nathan discusses the sorry state of ECO, the Energy Companies Obligation and how boilers have been installed in such a way that the heating systems in the homes of the fuel poor are not as efficient as they should be. Is anyone to blame? Is anyone researching this? To listen to th…
 
In an experimental podcast episode Nathan chats to his friend and world renowned Michael Liebreich who hosts the Cleaning Up podcast. It is a dual podcast and will go out on BetaTalk and Cleaning Up. You can even watch it here on YouTube Nathan and Michael discuss how we have the technology for low carbon heating but lack the skills to implement it…
 
Planning permission and planning allocation are complex topics and Nathan invited along his friend Rico Wojtulewicz, the head of housing and policy at the National Federation of Builders, for a chat about how the planning process hinders the uptake of low carbon heating technology such as heat pumps. A fantastic episode where Nathan learns new term…
 
Nathan was joined by a very special guest on the first episode of a new season sponsored by the Heat Geek Team. Nathan has been trying to help the heating industry realise there needs to be a paradigm shift in the way we train people. Many people are now involved in the training and education discourse, but unfortunately they have little understand…
 
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