Weekly discussions about the latest trends in energy, cleantech, renewables, and the environment from Wood Mackenzie.
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The excitement around ChatGPT and other large language models has put AI firmly in the spotlight in recent months. Public perception is that we’re entering a new age of AI; it is a brand-new technology that promises to change our lives. In the world ... more
On the Energy Gang this week, Ed Crooks is joined by Dr. Melissa Lott, the Director of Research at the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University, and Amy Duffuor, who is a General Partner at Azolla Ventures, a climate-focused investment f... more
This podcast has changed the way I think about the world. Having listened to every episode, I have learned to see things through the lens of climate change. It can be a rough path honestly, but I wouldn’t take that back. I look forward to pivoting my career towards working on decarbonation, however my efforts or talents can be used. more
This podcast is phenomenal! I love listening to the gang and their brilliant guests! This podcast instills in me a strong will to help push the Earth to a brighter future!
This show should be turned into a drinking game with all the buzzwords being used (deployment, scale, esg, etc.) its like the panel is just reading off the back of a cereal box. The content is sometimes useful, but i get the real impression that the guest have a very surface understanding of the issues because they just use buzzwords instead of demonstrating real understanding of the topics. Also, they seem to spend the first 10 minutes of every episode just talking about how busy they are. It g... more
Really interesting insight into the big news out of the US, some good different perspectives
This guest (Paula Gant) was an embarrassment to the show. She appears to be a green washer of the top order. Proud to be hopping in her ICE vehicle and spewing carbon. As a former Duke Energy employee she was a great spokeswoman for the petroleum and gas business. Many more guests like this and there will be no reason to listen to this show.
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The Energy Gang launched 10 years ago and published 443 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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