Guest List

Energy Transition Show guests (in chronological order)

Mike Grunwald, Politico: Episode 1 – The Real War on Coal (Sep 23, 2015)

Mackay Miller, NREL: Episode 2 – RE Limits on the Grid Part 1 (Sep 30, 2015)

Ben Paulos, Director of the Power Markets Project: Episode 3 – RE Limits on the Grid Part 2 (Oct 7, 2015)

Craig Morris, Renewables International: Episode 4 – The Energiewende (Oct 14, 2015)

Jeremy Leggett, Solarcentury and Carbon Tracker: Episode 5 – Winning the Carbon War (Oct 21, 2015)

Mark Lewis, Barclays: Episode 6 – Transition from Oil (Oct 28, 2015)

David Murphy, St. Lawrence University: Episode 7 – Net energy (Nov 15, 2015)

Jason Burwen, Energy Storage Association: Episode 8 – Storage on the Grid (Dec 2, 2015)

Gregor Macdonald, TerraJoule: Episode 9 – Macro Outlook for 2016 (Jan 20, 2016)

Lorenzo Kristov, CAISO: Episode 10 – Grid Architecture (Feb 10, 2016)

Ashish Fernandes, Greenpeace: Episode 11 – India and coal (Feb 24, 2016)

Justin Guay, David and Lucile Packard Foundation: Episode 12 – Energy Access for the Developing World (Mar 9, 2016)

Mason Inman, Author: Episode 13 – The Oracle of Oil (Mar 23, 2016)

James West, Mother Jones: Episode 14 – China’s Energy Future (Apr 6, 2016)

Matthew Klippenstein, Green Car Reports: Episode 15 – Outlook for EVs (Apr 20, 2016)

Matt Golden, Open Energy Efficiency: Episode 16 – Energy Efficiency Markets (May 4, 2016)

Justin Gerdes, Forbes: Episode 17 – Denmark’s Energy Transition (May 18, 2016)

Taylor Kuykendall, SNL Energy: Episode 18 – Collapse of Coal (Jun 1, 2016)

Adam James, SolarCity: Episode 19 – Solar in Latin America and Beyond (Jun 15, 2016)

Eric Gimon, Energy Innovation: Episode 20 – Utility Challenges and Opportunities (Jun 29, 2016)

Christine Eibs-Singer, Power for All: Episode 21 – The Role of Development Banks in Energy Transition (Jul 13, 2016)

Ed Crooks, Financial Times: Episode 22 – Can Economics Guide the Energy Transition? (Jul 27, 2016)

Jonathan Koomey, Stanford University: Episode 23 – Facts and Falsehoods in Energy Transition (Aug 10, 2016)

Jim Kennerly, Sustainable Energy Advantage: Episode 24 – Starting Over (Aug 24, 2016)

Jordan Macknick, NREL: Episode 25 – The Energy-Water Nexus (Sep 7, 2016)

Oliver Morton, The Economist: Episode 26 – Geoengineering (Sep 21, 2016)

Marissa Hummon, Tendril: Episode 27 – Better Grid Modeling (Oct 5, 2016)

CC Huang, Energy Innovation: Episode 28 – Transition in Cities (Oct 19, 2016)

Christopher Clack, NOAA: Episode 29 – Grid simulation and wind potential (Nov 2, 2016)

Ryan Wiser, NREL: Episode 30 – The Future of Wind (Nov 16, 2016)

Eamon Ryan, Ireland’s Green Party: Episode 31 – Transition in Ireland (Nov 30, 2016)

Carey King, University of Texas at Austin: Episode 32 – Resources and economy (Dec 14, 2016)

David Hughes, Post Carbon Institute: Episode 33 – Fracking Follies (Dec 28, 2016)

Richard Caperton, Opower: eLab Extra #1 – Next Generation Demand Response (Jan 4, 2017)

Lorraine Akiba, Hawaii PUC: eLab Extra #2 – Hawaii’s Energy Transition (Jan 4, 2017)

Lorenzo Kristov, CAISO: eLab Extra #3 – Grid Modernization and DERPs (Jan 4, 2017)

Eleanor Stein, America’s Power Plan: eLab Extra #4 – Transition in New York and the World (Jan 18, 2017)

Karl Popham, Austin Energy: eLab Extra #5 – EVs and More in Austin, TX (Jan 18, 2017)

Jonathan Levy, Vision Ridge Partners: eLab Extra #6 – Building EV Charging Infrastructure (Jan 18, 2017)

Elizabeth Doris, NREL: eLab Extra #7 – How NREL Supports Energy Transition (Jan 18, 2017)

Kees van der Leun, Ecofys: Episode 34 – Transition in the North Sea and Netherlands (Jan 11, 2017)

Sean Kidney, Climate Bonds Initiative: Episode 35 – Green Bonds (Jan 25, 2017)

Joseph Majkut, Niskanen Center: Episode 36 – Climate Science Part 1Climate Change Overview (Feb 8, 2017)

Erin Craig, Origin Climate: Episode 37 - Corporate Buyers of Renewables (Feb 22, 2017)

Jay Apt, Carnegie-Mellon University: Episode 38 – Getting from Here to There (Mar 8, 2017)

Jenny Riesz, AEMO: Episode 39 - Transition in Australia (Mar 22, 2017)

Zeke Hausfather, Berkeley Earth: Episode 40 - Climate Science Part 2 – Taking Planetary Temperatures (Apr 5, 2017)

Gavin Bade, Utility Dive: Episode 41 - Generator Survival Strategies (Apr 19, 2017)

Rembrandt Koppelaar, Imperial College London: Episode 42 - Can Renewables Power the World? (May 3, 2017)

Ari Peskoe, Harvard Law School: Episode 43 - Legal Challenges of PURPA and FERC (May 17, 2017)

Benjamin Sovacool, University of Sussex: Episode 44 - Different Strokes (May 31, 2017)

Bob Kopp, Rutgers University: Episode 45 - Climate Science Part 3 - Paleoclimate (Jun 14, 2017)

Christopher Clack, Vibrant Clean Energy: Episode 46 – Is 100% Renewables Realistic? (Jun 19, 2017)