What if our homes were heated by ground source heat pumps, and all transport was powered by hydrogen?
What if cities were a series of independent microgrids, and consumers traded electricity online?
What if there was persistently lower demand (think COVID-19, but ongoing)?
What if carbon capture and storage (CCS) was so widespread that companies would become carbon-negative?
If these ideas give you a sense of excitement as to where the energy sector is going, tune in and explore Baringa’s Energy Innovators Podcast: a place for inspiration concerning all aspects of innovation in the energy sector, where decarbonisation, digitalisation and decentralisation aren’t just buzz words, but become reality. Tune in and sign up for new episodes, and contact us with suggestions for new topics or if you want to be a speaker.
Energy Innovators Podcast: Episode 1 - Green energy supply
Guest speaker James Graham, SmartestEnergyListen now
Energy Innovators Podcast: Episode 3 - Flexibility and the role of flex asset platforms
Guest speaker Devrim Celal, Upside EnergyListen now
Energy Innovators Podcast: Episode 4 - Heat decarbonisation
Guest speaker Mike Reynolds, Vattenfall Heat UKListen now
Energy Innovators Podcast: Episode 5 - Decarbonising transport
How are Uber developing initiatives for their drivers to go electric? What challenges do UK ride-hailing companies face when decarbonising their vehicles?Listen now
Energy Innovators Podcast: Episode 6 - Decarbonising heat (Caldera)
Guest speaker, James Macnaghten, CalderaListen now
Energy Innovators Podcast: Episode 7 - Hydrogen
What will be hydrogen’s role in the energy transition? In what sectors is hydrogen likely to be incorporated as the low-carbon energy vector of choice?Listen now
Energy Innovators Podcast: Episode 8 - Auctions
Guest speaker Kevin O'Donovan, StatkraftListen now
Energy Innovators Podcast: Episode 9 - Australia's electricity sector
Guest speaker Tony Wood, Grattan InstituteListen now