This is a special, free episode of the Energy Transition Show with Chris Nelder, recorded on November 9, 2017, live from Duke Energy Week at Duke University.
How does utility resource procurement need to adapt to a changing world? Can wholesale markets survive the transition to more distributed resources? Is there a risk of becoming too dependent on natural gas to provide grid balancing services? And how does storage need to be valued in order to fulfill its greatest potential on the grid?
Thanks to Duke University for making this live taping of the Energy Transition Show possible, and to Leah Louis-Prescott, Elihu Dietz, and the rest of the awesome Nicholas School Energy Club for making it all happen and making us feel welcome and appreciated! You're a class act and you put on a great event.
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Dr. Dalia Patino-Echeverri is a Gendell Associate Professor of Energy Systems and Public Policy in the Environmental Science & Policy Division at the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University.
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Recording date: November 9, 2017
Air date: February 1, 2018
Geek rating: 8