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Leaders in Cleantech is a weekly podcast with host David Hunt speaking to Cleantech CEOs and industry leaders about their trials, tribulations, successes, failures and future predictions for #cleantech #emobility #energystorage #renewables #smartcities #circulareconomy
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Cleantech Game Changers is dedicated to the innovators and leaders who are driving the advancement of cleaner technologies and practices. Colorado Cleantech Industries Association’s Executive Director, Mary Austin, hosts influential guests for cleantech conversations.
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Deep Dive CleanTech // by DWR eco

David Wortmann // DWR eco

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Deep Dive CleanTech ist Dein Business, Investment und Technologie Tauchgang zur Green Economy. Im Deep Dive CleanTech lernst du von Gründer*innen, Unternehmer*innen und Investoren unserer Zeit, welche technologischen Lösungen, neue Geschäftsmodelle oder Investitionen skalierbare Business-Antworten auf die globale Klima- und Umweltkrise liefern können. Ob Energie- oder Verkehrswende, grüne Chemie, Wasser-, Land- oder Kreislaufwirtschaft - hier bekommst Du Inspiration, Handlungsoptionen und vi ...
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Welcome to the CleanTechies Podcast, the #1 Podcast for Climate Tech Entrepreneurs ----- Support the show more directly via our Substack where we also publish writing on the episodes we record. https://cleantechies.substack.com/subscribe ----- Interested in Advertising: info@cleantechiespod.com
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China Cleantech 生态创新 features China-connected cleantech innovations and innovators. Co-hosts Andrew Chang and Marilyn Waite offer critical commentary of green economy endeavors that impact the world’s decarbonization efforts. Learn more at chinacleantech.co and subscribe to our newsletter here: https://bit.ly/322Ty4S.
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Cleantech and Sustainability

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This is a two-part podcast about the opportunity created by the Inflation Reduction Act to buy and sell US clean energy tax credits. The podcasts features two experts on these trades: Ted Sheen who heads Clean Tech Americas for Standard Chartered and David Burton who is a partner with Norton Rose Fulbright and a leading expert in US clean energy tax credits. The podcast is relevant to developers seeking to use energy tax credits to fund clean energy projects and US corporations interested in ...
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Scott Howard of CBRE and Nigel Broomhall of Invisible Urban Charging discuss why commercial real estate owners need to deploy good EV charging infrastructure across their portfolios, the constraints they operate within, and how an integrated solution can enable scale and repetition for EV deployment.…
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What’s it all about? Batteries. More specifically, software enabled batteries helping to make Electric vehicles, consumer electronics, and wearables, more efficient, providing better customer experiences. I speak to another start-up spun out of Imperial College London, with a novel and proven set of products and technologies moving forward the tran…
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Die Idee für ihr Start kam Nina beim Kochen. Ihr Ziel: Besseres und gesünderes Essen und nachhaltige Lebensmittel-Lieferketten mit Hilfe einer flächendeckenden regenerativen Landwirtschaft. Nur 3 Jahre später hat Nina mit 2 Co-Foundern das Agri-Tech Start Up Klim gegründet und mehr als 60 Mitarbeiter. Klim ist entlang der gesamten Lieferkette aktiv…
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There is a growing push toward sustainability in the ski resort industry, with more resorts embracing environmentally conscious practices to reduce their carbon footprint and protect natural landscapes. In this episode, we explore Vail Resorts' sustainability journey and the efforts they are making to become a leader in green initiatives among ski …
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Scott Howard of CBRE and Nigel Broomhall of Invisible Urban Charging discuss why commercial real estate owners need to deploy good EV charging infrastructure across their portfolios, the constraints they operate within, and how an integrated solution can enable scale and repetition for EV deployment.…
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Michael Kearney started off this podcast defending the political durability of the IRA…and he had us convinced. If that doesn’t have you hooked, I don’t know what will! Building for deeptech founders is HARD…like folding a fitted sheet hard. And that’s why we need someone like Mike to do it. Mike himself did his undergrad and Ph.D. at MIT, so he’s …
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There are a few key things Climate Entrepreneurs should know. This guest brought up a bunch of them. It is incredible to see how successful they are in a crowded space. Today, he shared with us many of the things that helped them succeed. How to align all stakeholders in the sales process Building a product so simple the user can be up-skilled with…
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What do you get when you put Chris Rock, Timothée Chalamet, Greta Thunberg, & Marc Andreessen together? -- You get Tom Ferguson! The King of Water VC! (Warning! Tom is hilarious, so cancel your comedy cellar tickets because you won't need them) Today, we had the chance to speak with Tom, the founding partner of Burnt Island Ventures. They are the l…
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Mark Z. Jacobson, Director of the Atmosphere/Energy Program and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University, talks with CleanTechnica's Scott Cooney about California switching more and more to solar power and wind power as well as electricity prices in California and in other states using a lot of renewable energy. Calif…
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Mark Z. Jacobson, Director of the Atmosphere/Energy Program and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University, talks with CleanTechnica's Scott Cooney about California switching more and more to solar power and wind power as well as electricity prices in California and in other states using a lot of renewable energy.…
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Allison Wolff | Vibrant Planet Vibrant Planet is basically bringing the tech knowledge from the early FAANG days and applying that to land tender and wildfire resistance. Their platform is a prioritization system for land management restoration by providing real-time scenario planning, monitoring, and reporting. These assessments can help with qual…
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Recently, the MCJ Podcast experienced huge backlash for having Big Oil players on the show. This prompted us to bring back a past guest, Shaun Abrahamson from Third Sphere. ---- 🌎 Want the full PodLetter? Go to our substack to see the written content that supplements the audio interview. ---- Shaun last joined us on episode 136 to talk about Naviga…
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In start-up world everyone wants to know about the deals. Who raised what, which VC's are spending some of that 'dry powder' all these things are important, but looking at the bigger trends is perhaps more useful. In this Bitesize episode I speak with Federico Cristoforoni of Net Zero Insights about some of the trends is their Q! Quarterly Report. …
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Somil chats with Chinmay Malaviya and Charlie Depman, CEO and CTO of Ridepanda, expanding access and usage of e-bikes, e-scooters, and micro mobility through employer sponsored subscriptions. Chinmay and Charlie bring a lot of startup and industry experience and were able to speak not only about their growth but ALSO breakdown the technical designs…
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What if Investors Only Made Money if they *actually* helped save the planet? Welp... folks, we have the show for you because that's exactly what Planet A is doing. Somil and Silas speak with Jessica Burley, a Berlin-based investor at the fund. On top of learning how they are *actually* walking the talk, we found out how they use Carbon Life Cycle A…
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What’s it all about? Solar. Another part of the value-chain explored by this BNEF award-winning, Mega-funding round landing solar SaaS start-up/scale-up. We speak with founder and CEO David Trainavvicius about the journey so far. About David Trainavicius: David is the Founder and CEO of PVcase. He has been involved with a wide variety of solar proj…
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In this episode, we talk about how Salesforce is helping use AI for climate solutions to cut carbon emissions. CleanTechnica's Scott Cooney interviews Naomi Morenzoni, Senior Vice President of Philanthropy at Salesforce, for this podcast.Kirjoittanut CleanTech Talk — EVs, Solar, Batteries, AI, Tesla
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The Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) is a generational government program deploying $27B into clean energy projects across the US. But what is the bill really? Franz Hochstrasser is an expert in financing projects in low-income areas and has a wealth of experience working on climate for the government - both of which are KEY for GGRF. Franz sta…
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Somil chats with Vivas Kumar, CEO of Mitra Chem, the first lithium-ion battery materials manufacturer focused on shortening the lab-to-production timeline by over 90%, addressing the largest barrier to innovation: R&D and scale-up speed. Vivas was a phenomenal orator and if you take a second to learn about Mitra Chem, it’s easy to see why. By combi…
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Energy Sharing ist schon länger ein Thema in der Energiewirtschaft. Erste Geschäftsmodelle gab es schon vor 10 Jahren - sie basierten auf mehr oder weniger ungenaue Bilanzierungen von Energieerzeugung und -verbrauch. Software und KI machen inzwischen viel mehr möglich. Wie hat sich das Thema Energy Sharing weiter entwickelt? Wie genau können inzwis…
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In this episode, Somil chats with Josh Knauer, CEO of ReSeed, bringing carbon credits directly from farmers to the market. They focus on the oldest form of carbon capture – vegetation. They support farmers in taking their protective and restorative farming practices, validating them, and then creating the mechanisms to sell those credits to interes…
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What’s it all about? Solar. But not rooftops this time, the other end of the value-chain. Wafers are not only a large part of the cost of solar modules, producing them is also very energy intensive, and therefore carbon emitting. Through innovation in this part of the process Nexwafe hope to make the manufacture of solar modules, cheaper, cleaner, …
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Each year, about 1 billion pounds of chemicals are sprayed on crops in the US alone - globally, that number is around 5.6 billion. Our guest today is AgTechLogic, and they are solving this problem. They do this by helping Farmers retrofit their existing machinery with precision sprayers that use computer vision to identify weeds and spray only on t…
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There is an urgent need to better address fire risks associated with energy storage systems—and sufficiently mitigate them. Chris Groves, Product Manager, and Mishaal SyedNaveed, Fire Protection Engineer at Wärtsilä Energy Storage & Optimisation, discuss baseline fire testing requirements and the importance of exceeding them.…
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There is an urgent need to better address fire risks associated with energy storage systems—and sufficiently mitigate them. Chris Groves, Product Manager, and Mishaal SyedNaveed, Fire Protection Engineer at Wärtsilä Energy Storage & Optimisation, discuss baseline fire testing requirements and the importance of exceeding them.…
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Xcelerate Auto's KJ Gimbel and Milad Davoodi sit down with CleanTechnica's Scott Cooney to discuss current EV myths and concerns of mainstream EV buyers, useful answers and solutions for these concerns and questions, and some of the great benefits of electric cars. They also discuss some crazy (and hilarious) auto dealer stories regarding buying EV…
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Xcelerate Auto's KJ Gimbel and Milad Davoodi sit down with CleanTechnica's Scott Cooney to discuss current EV myths and concerns of mainstream EV buyers, useful answers and solutions for these concerns and questions, and some of the great benefits of electric cars. They also discuss some crazy (and hilarious) auto dealer stories regarding buying EV…
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Are you curious about what happens to solar panels when they are no longer usable? Maybe your crazy uncle's statements from last Thanksgiving about how solar doesn't work are still echoing. Well, look no further. Today, we are speaking with Adam Saghei, Founder of WeRecycleSolar, and we are discussing the end of life for solar panels. How circular …
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In this episode, I sit down with Mike Jackson, Managing Partner at Earthshot Ventures. Earthshot Ventures calls themselves carbon generalists and invest from Seed to Series B. They mainly invest in software and “stepchange” hardware with a preference to double down on existing portfolio companies. Mike’s story is great because of how intentional he…
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What’s it all about? Solar. Beautiful Solar roofs. This harks back to my early days in solar, founding a solar EPC which initially at least focused of residential roofs, before expanding to include large commercial installations. Roofit have a unique, aesthetic solar roof solution, just at a time when both energy costs and EU legislation are drivin…
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Diesmal tauchen wir ein in die Welt der Personalberatung für die Green Economy mit David Wortmann und seinem Gast Niccolo Klaus, einer der Mitgründer von der Climate Tech Talents GmbH. Entdecke die drängende Marktsituation und den Fachkräftemangel, der besonders die wachsende Cleantech-Branche betrifft. Erfahre, wie die Climate Tech Talents richtig…
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In this episode, we actually have a bit of a flashback for you – I sit down to chat with Tiya Gordon, co-founder and COO of It’s Electric, creating curbside EV charging specifically built for cities. Before I even go into what we talk about, I’d like to shout out what Tiya has done in the few months since recording this episode in December: She was…
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In this episode, Somil chats with Logan Grizzel, partner at MUUS Climate Partners, the climate tech venture capital arm of MUUS & Co. investing at the convergence of decarbonization and technological innovation. This episode probably broke the quotable clip record we have – Logan was a great mix of knowing how to communicate his thoughts and genuin…
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What happens when successful CleanTech 1.0 founders step up to the plate again? Anza happens and it's magical. Today, Somil & Silas are interviewing Mike Hall, a Co-Founder of Anza, a company they spun out of Borrego, his and his brother's first venture. At Borrego, they developed software to streamline and improve the way they chose which solar pa…
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