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The Carbon Copy

Latitude Media

A narrative news show about the trends shifting our carbon-based economy. Each week, host Stephen Lacey digs into the business and technology stories that explain the rise of clean energy, the challenge to fossil fuels, and how the energy system is transforming in dramatic ways. Produced by Latitude Media.

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John O’Donnell co-founded and ran two solar thermal companies. He watched as the technology shifted from being the most promising utility-scale solar technology, to getting out-competed by photovoltaics everywhere. more

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Mark Gurman has been covering Apple since 2009. His reporting career is full of scoops about new products or strategic decisions from inside the company.  more

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The US green hydrogen industry is at a critical juncture.  more

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4.9 out of 5 stars from 360 ratings
  • biased against nuclear power

    I believe this podcast always has a bias against nuclear power and portrays solar or wind as the best alternatives for fossil free energy. I don’t believe that is fair without an extensive and deep analysis that should not be done in a space of 40 minutes. Just from a perspective of capacity factor, energy density of the fuel, space requirements, nuclear is one of the best if not the best source of energy. Just because it is hard to build does not mean it should not be done. I would encourage li... more

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    United States4 months ago
  • Padded with fluff

    20 mins into a clean energy frontier episode and no new tech mentioned. Pretty big waste time.

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    Australia7 months ago
  • Great show

    Really appreciate all the in-depth information, and news shared each week. Thanks!

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    CleanEnergy girl
    Canada9 months ago
  • A weapon in the fight against climate disinformation

    Excellent podcast providing invaluable info in the fight against vested interests and the climate disinformation war. Thank you for introducing me to the term “fossil gas” and may we consign all “fossils” to history, where they belong!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States9 months ago
  • In my 3 most listened to energy podcasts

    Been listening to Canary Media podcasts for some years in particular Catalyst and Carbon Copy. Love the broad topic range with good balance of tech and policy matters , presented in an engaging way .

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    United Kingdoma year ago

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