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The Most Powerful Energy Podcasts!

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The Most Powerful Energy Podcasts!

As of mid-2019, over 750,000 active podcasts and more than 30 million podcast episodes exist worldwide. While it may seem that everyone and their dog has a podcast nowadays, there are some real gems out there that shouldn’t be overlooked. For example, some podcasts offer opportunities to listen to industry leaders -- without the hefty price tag of a conference keynote ticket!

 

To help you navigate your way through the vast offering of energy-related podcasts, we’ve listed 3 of our favorites. Enjoy!

 

  1. The Energy Gang

    A weekly podcast, covering topics related to energy, cleantech and the environment. Previous guests on the podcast include Wunder Capital CEO, Bryan Birsic, and Nest Co-Founder, Matt Rogers. The podcast covers a wide range of topics that are both timely and immersive, encompassing all of the high-impact issues currently circulating within the energy industry. 


    Listeners praise this podcast for the ability of the 3 hosts (Stephen Lacey, Katherine Hamilton and Jigar Shah) to break through industry jargon and deliver information in a clear, concise way that can be understood by everyone.


    Episode length: 30-60 min

  2. GreenBiz 350

    Joel Makower and Heather Clancy co-host this weekly podcast featuring interviews with people and companies leading the way in sustainable business and clean technology. 


    Topics discussed include greener options for logistics, mobility innovation, and the quantification of corporate sustainability investments. Most episodes briefly mention the latest industry news, ensuring you’re always up-to-date on the stories that matter most to the energy industry. 


    Previous listener’s feedback for this podcast repeatedly highlighted the insightful and helpful way in which the hosts approach, dissect and discuss the topic of sustainability. 


    Episode length: 25-45 min

  3. The Energy Transition Show

    This bi-monthly podcast focuses on the transition from fossil fuels to renewables.

    Chris Nelder, founder and host, is an expert energy analyst, speaker and writer, with notable experience in the industry. He has frank and open discussions about the most prominent themes currently affecting the energy industry, and this approach keeps listeners returning time and time again. There are currently over 100 episodes to choose from, with topics ranging from energy storage, economics and finance, to climate science and decarbonization. 


    Episode length: 20-35 min for free, abridged version of the podcast on Apple Podcasts; 60-90 min for subscription-based access to the full version

Jenny Butler
Jenny Butler
Content Marketer at Fluix

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