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From FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, Watt Matters is a podcast all about the energy transition and the shift to a decarbonised economy. Through biweekly debates and discussions on the energy transition in Europe, North America and around the world, Watt Matters focuses on how to achieve thriving renewable energy markets and liveable cities through the right mix of policy, regulation, finance and technology. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Energy Transition Talks

CGI in Energy & Utilities

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The energy value chain is changing rapidly and increasingly digital in nature, requiring new competencies and acting with insight. A strong commitment to sustainability and the energy transition is essential to attracting and keeping customers and growing the business. https://www.cgi.com/en/energy-utilities
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From FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, Policy Dispatch is a podcast all about the policies that underpin the energy transition. This is what will make or break the global decarbonisation effort. Through biweekly, short-but-sweet episodes, the Policy Dispatch will aim to explain what governments in the globe’s key markets are doing to boost clean energy and create sustainable ecosystems. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Energy Transition Today, previously known as the Joint Venture Podcast, covers all aspects of the Energy Transition. From up-to-date information on the latest deals in the market to probing analysis of policy, technology, and financial trends. We bring you insightful interviews with key market players alongside the frank opinions of our market experts.
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Energy Transition in Focus

RBC Capital Markets

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The Energy Transition series is comprised of one hour panel sessions involving executives and industry experts dedicated to improving awareness on various elements of the energy transition, as well as identifying investment opportunities for corporate and institutional investors.
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Welcome to Accelerating Energy, a new podcast powered by Sidley Austin LLP. Join us as we drill down on critical, and late-breaking, energy transition topics from all corners of industry. Each episode will introduce you to guests with unique perspectives as we investigate the business, legal, and policy concerns of this fast-evolving landscape. Accelerating Energy is hosted by Ken Irvin and Cliff Vrielink, partners in Sidley’s global Energy practice.
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In this episode, we delve into the recent elections across the world and their implications for the energy transition. Join us as we explore the election outcomes in the European Union, Switzerland, and Mexico. We also take a look at what will shape the newly called French election. And it's manifesto week in the UK. We delve into the plans of the …
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Parts of the world that have introduced some form of carbon pricing have been able to disconnect their emissions from economic growth, thanks largely to the polluter-pays principle. But there is somewhat of a disconnect between carbon markets and the most important part of the energy transition: consumers. So is it possible to democratise emissions…
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In recent months, reports have circulated that data centers, cryptocurrency miners, and AI technologies are suddenly increasing electricity demand, allegedly straining power grids. These declarations have prompted calls for the hasty approval of new gas-fired power plants to bolster generation capacity. But should we believe these claims? We remain…
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As Europe progresses towards achieving a climate-neutral economy by 2050, the concept of circularity has emerged as a powerful approach to reducing emissions, minimising waste and promoting sustainability. Adopting a more circular economy entails Europe transitioning from its linear economic model of producing, consuming, and disposing of materials…
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In part two of the Energy Transition Talks discussion between Eurelectric’s Head of Energy Policy, Climate and Sustainability Paul Wilczek and CGI expert Peter Warren, they turn their focus to the opportunities and challenges of localized energy production, the role AI and new technologies play in balancing decentralized power grids and the long-te…
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In this episode, Viola speaks with Alex Wilson, Managing Director and European Head of Corporate Structured Finance at CIBC Capital Markets. Alex gives a thorough overview of CIBC's European corporate banking strategy, highlighting its focus on energy, infrastructure, natural resources, and technology. He discusses the significant uptick in CIBC's …
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In this episode, we delve into France's latest efforts to bolster its offshore wind sector following the historic awarding of Europe's first commercial floating wind CfD. We present an analysis of Germany's EV market, which, unfortunately, is behind in public adoption. We also bring you the latest news on Brookfield's bid to takeover renewables dev…
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Grids are a key part of Europe’s energy system but they need a massive overhaul to be ready for the growth in renewables and electricity demand expected up to 2050. Kristian Ruby joins the Policy Dispatch to look at the current situation and what is needed to make the change happen. Europe’s grids need a major revitalisation to be able to support t…
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Energy transition is often depicted as a choice between different supply-side technologies such as wind or solar versus oil and coal. However, the demand side of the energy transition — focusing on efficiency improvements to buildings, adopting walking and biking over driving, and electrifying consumer appliances — deserves just as much attention. …
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In this first of two episodes for our Energy Transition Talks series, Eurelectric’s Head of Energy Policy, Climate and Sustainability Paul Wilczek joins Peter Warren to examine the intrinsic link between decarbonization and electrification, plus the consequent opportunities shaping the energy landscape. They discuss the need for grid investment and…
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In this episode, Viola welcomes Chris Williams, Managing Director, Head of Project Finance, London, and Global Offshore Wind at LBBW. Chris shares insights from his extensive experience in project finance, focusing on the evolving landscape of the offshore wind sector. The conversation covers a range of topics, including the challenges and opportun…
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With the latest round of elections for the European Parliament just around the corner, and the formation of a new Commission following closely behind, issues around the energy sector are at the forefront of political discourse. Joining us on Watt Matters this week to discuss how the next era of European lawmakers could approach decarbonisation effo…
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This week, we bring you updates from two of the market's most forward-looking segments, nuclear and hydrogen. We assess the UK's nuclear ambitions and ask whether there's hope for an SMR breakthrough, as well as a focus on the winners of the first European Hydrogen Bank auction process. We also bring you the latest on inspiratia's event series, bre…
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Heating soaks up a huge amount of energy demand and is responsible for an equally significant amount of carbon emissions. Technology likes heatpumps and more efficient buildings are starting to have an impact on both accounts. Bankwatch Network’s Morgan Henley, the group’s head of EU heating decarbonisation campaigning, joins the Policy Dispatch to…
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Clean hydrogen is expected to be an essential pathway to decarbonizing the economy. The US Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 offered a generous tax credit known as “45V” for clean hydrogen production, but left it to the US Treasury Department and the IRS to define the rules for earning the credit. So they sought input on the rules by issuing an RFI (…
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In our latest episode of our Energy Transition Talks series, Marion Braams, Vice-President, Consulting Expert at CGI sits down with Peter Warren to share her expert perspective on emerging trends in IT, sustainability regulations and reporting. Specifically, they discuss different ESG initiatives across regions, the evolution to and impact of legal…
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In this episode, Viola welcomes Adrien Pinsard, CEO and Founder of Telis Energy Group, a green energy development platform backed by The Carlyle Group. In this episode, Adrian shares insights from his 18 years in the sector and explains how Telis' decentralised model is designed to enhance local energy transitions across Europe. The conversation de…
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The dialogue surrounding so-called ‘just transition’ initiatives in the US has primarily focused on the workforce: How can communities reliant on well-paying fossil fuel sector jobs find new opportunities for those facing unemployment? Are there state or federal retraining programs available to facilitate their transition into new roles? Moreover, …
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In this episode, we delve into the UK hydrogen allocation round's latest milestone and then examine the EU's efforts to bolster its hydrogen economy through the European Hydrogen Bank. Next, we turn to offshore wind, where we bring you the latest updates on both the UK's and New York's tender processes. Finally, we zoom into the UK's planning syste…
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In this episode, we delve into many of the issues facing today's energy transition and discuss the solutions. In Europe, we bring you the latest on Lithuania's undersubscribed offshore wind tender process. We also highlight the rapid growth of the Spanish solar market in recent years, and pick out the key players, as seen in inspiratia's latest cou…
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In this final episode of our three-show miniseries on green industrial policy (Episodes #220, #221 and #222), we look at it from the perspective of an economist who has written a book on the subject and advocated for it in the EU. Dr. Alessio Terzi is an economist with the European Commission who works at the intersection of academia, policy, and t…
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In this episode, we explore key developments across the transport and energy sectors, from the expansion of electric vehicle charging infrastructure to pioneering zero-emission aviation. We also discuss the evolving roles of batteries, new data centres, and an intriguing debt consolidation. In this episode, we look at the recent uptick in the elect…
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In this episode of our Energy Transition Talks podcast series, CGI space expert Harjit Sheera shares with Peter Warren how the volume of space data is not only ever-increasing, but also growing in impact and application across industries. Discussing how processing space data for accessibility and effective use was previously an arduous task, they e…
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In this first special episode of a new series, Viola welcomes Neil Brown, head of capital formation at Low Carbon, for a thought-provoking discussion on the forefront of the energy transition. The conversation delves into the critical challenges and opportunities facing the industry as it moves towards a net zero future. With Low Carbon’s extensive…
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‘Impossible’ is not in the vocabulary of Swiss explorer and environmentalist Bertrand Piccard. He was the first person to fly non-stop around the world in a hot air balloon and the first to do the same in a solar-powered plane. Piccard is firmly of the belief that society has all the tools it needs to solve the climate crisis, but there is perhaps …
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The future of commercial transportation is zero-emission. More than one million medium- and heavy-duty trucks are expected to hit the highways by 2031. But as the fleet of commercial zero-emission vehicles begins to grow, the infrastructure needed to power these trucks is struggling to keep up. In response to this reality, a coalition of major truc…
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What causes inflation? And how is it connected to the energy transition? Standard business press narratives often discuss inflation as if it has a mind of its own, seldom exploring its root causes. However, the connection between inflation and fossil fuel prices is both undeniable and significant. In fact, as you’ll hear at the end of today’s inter…
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Addressing methane emissions is key if the world is to succeed in limiting global warming and preventing drastic climate change. In the short-term, it is significantly more damaging to the climate than carbon dioxide. But to properly address the world’s methane problem, there needs to be data on where emissions come from. A new satellite aims to he…
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In this episode, we dive deep into the heart of renewable energy's latest developments in Europe. Starting off with Norway's first offshore wind tender, which saw The Ventyr JV between Parkwind, Ingka Investments and NorSea being awarded the development mandate for the 1.5GW Sørlige Nordsjø II. We take the opportunity to take a driven look at Europ…
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Wind power in Europe continues to set records. Concerns over supply chains and geopolitical issues have posed challenges but have not derailed progress. Developments in the North Sea continue at a great pace but it is not Europe’s only resource for wind power. Other areas, some of them far-flung and unexpected, show great potential to provide clean…
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What is the recipe for an energy transition at the scale needed to limit global warming below the crucial 2°C threshold? Bloomberg journalist Akshat Rathi has identified some of the key ingredients, based on his interviews with ten of the world’s most influential personalities working on climate solutions. In his new book, Climate Capitalism, Aksha…
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In this episode, we discuss the current state and future prospects of the solar energy sector in Europe, underscored by significant developments, challenges, and strategic shifts. We begin with a closer look at X-ELIO's recent financial closure of its 123MWp solar portfolio in Spain, and then on to Romania's launch of its first solar and onshore wi…
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Currently, 10-25% of EU buildings host solar panels and the rooftop market continues to grow. It could see another boost as Europe agrees new support for the industry. This includes the new Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, which introduces an EU Solar Standard, expected to change solar from an add-on to a core construction element. For th…
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In this episode, we dissect the UK's 2024 Spring Budget. With big updates on nuclear progress, auction timelines and a host of new money for different DESNZ programmes, we unpick the implications for the country's future energy sector. With over £1 billion now committed to the process, we examine all of the latest updates regarding the Contracts fo…
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Electrification of road transport has asserted itself as the leading decarbonisation for four-wheeled vehicles. Manufacturers are investing billions in new EV models and governments are following suit with the infrastructure needed to power them. But there is more to electric cars than just a battery and a plug. A whole host of data-related interop…
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In Episode #209, we peeled back the layers on civilian nuclear power, revealing its history as a facade for the nuclear weapons industry with a corresponding legacy of deception. Yet, the allure of small modular reactors (SMRs) has recently been touted as the nuclear industry’s saving grace and a beacon of hope with the potential to sidestep a mudd…
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AI strategies, asset optimization and data quality: the new frontier for oil and gas In the latest episode of our Energy Transition Talks, Maida Zahid sits down with CGI experts Mark van Engelen and Curtis Nybo to discuss the growing role of artificial intelligence (AI) in the oil and gas space. Specifically, they look at the evolution of—and need …
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In this episode, we delve into the evolving landscape of Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) in Europe, focusing on the comprehensive European PPA Report 2023, highlighting a record-breaking 14.13GW capacity procured through 198 deals. We dig into the report's findings, including the rise in popularity of virtual and cross-border PPAs, the crucial rol…
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Record falls in fossil fuels and record levels of renewables - Sarah Brown from think tank Ember joins the Watt Matters team to discuss Europe’s latest electricity stats The EU’s electricity transition is in full swing Ember’s European Electricity Review 2024 concludes. The report celebrates new records, including a record fall in both fossil gener…
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In this episode, we delve deep into the rapidly evolving hydrogen sector, exploring key developments across Europe, the UK, and the US. We begin by examining the European Commission's recent €6.9 billion state aid approval and the latest developments in the hydrogen bank auction process, comparing these efforts to the Danish PtX tender outcomes. In…
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Indonesia is the world’s eighth biggest polluter and one of the most populous countries on Earth. Its energy system is largely reliant on coal and its economy is propped up by mass exports of the polluting fossil fuel. But there is appetite to break coal’s hold over Indonesia’s energy future. A $20 billion partnership between the island nation and …
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How can we accelerate the decarbonization of the entire US economy? In this episode, we discuss the energy-related decarbonization strategies outlined in a new report from the National Academies, titled “Accelerating Decarbonization in the United States: Technology, Policy, and Societal Dimensions,” with Dr. Sue Tierney, a Senior Advisor at Analysi…
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