This Week’s Podcast.
Here’s a link to this week’s episode of the podcast where we talk to futurist Theo Priestley
The EV Musings Podcast: 48 — The Futurist — evmusings.libsyn.com
In this episode we talk with Theo Priestley — a futurist — about his thoughts on renewables, big oil, paying for EV charging and Elon Musk. Theo worked alongside big Oil for a while and has some inside knowledge about how green they really are. Links to Articles etc. Theo Priestley on Twitter: We Didn’t Start The Fire podcast: Cool things Solar farm in Faverhsam: Social media Gary Comerford: EVMusings: Twitter and Facebook If you want to support the podcast financially we have a Paypal tip link: Octopus Energy referral code (Click this link to get started) : “So, you’ve gone electric?” on Amazon:
Top Five EV/ Renewable Stories.
Currently in final development stages, Nissan’s e-4ORCE all-wheel control technology strikes a balance between powerful performance and unprecedented control.
Research by uSwitch has shown that Stoke-on-Trent, Southend, and Birmingham could benefit most from the UK Government’s £500 million Rapid Charging Fund.
And by 2045, the electric grid could be entirely renewable.
The UK’s energy network codes need drastic reform to encourage net zero innovation on the grid, argues Good Energy’s Tom Steward In my experience, the deeper you go down a policy rabbit hole, the harder it is to talk about, and the fewer people care.
A coalition of leading researchers and scientists have released the findings of a year-long study into the impacts of sourcing metals to produce battery cathodes and wiring for electric vehicles.
A cool EV or renewable thing
From this week’s podcast here’s a cool EV or renewable thing:
£450 million solar park in Kent given the go-ahead | Meridian — ITV News — www.itv.com
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Something To Think About.
In the current times it can seem that society is losing control and heading for disaster. Is it? Or is it just age old human instinct taking over?
We Have the Power to Destroy Ourselves Without the Wisdom to Ensure That We Don’t — www.edge.org
I’ve been thinking about just how bright our future could be, how science knows almost no limits to what we could achieve, to the durations that we could last, to the portion of the cosmos that we could discover and explore, and to the heights of quality in each of our lives or the types of achievem
Something for your pocket.
Here’s a link to something in which you might be interested.
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