Robert Llewellyn is a comedian an actor who was best known for his role as the “mechanoid” Kryten in the iconic series Red Dwarf, but is now telling millions about the transition to electric vehicles.
A breakdown of the Murdoch media’s ham-fisted attempt to demonise rooftop solar incentives, and Nigel Morris catches out some solar cowboys.
Denis Savic talks to Nigel Morris about his vision for building electric motorcycles in Australia.
Angelina Galiteva, vice chair of the California Independent System Operator, talks about that state’s 100 per cent renewable energy target, and how it will get there.
Brett Redman, the head of AGL and operator of Australia’s biggest coal generation fleet says Australia is in the midst of a “massive” energy transition, and explains how he hopes to navigate his way through.
Australia is not able to boast much about its take-up of electric vehicles, but it does have some innovative companies achieving significant break-throughs in the sector.
It has been a great year for solar, but as we reveal today, there are still some disturbing sales practices taking place. Customers be warned.
Energy expert Nicky Ison joins the podcast to discuss renewables energy targets, the NSW policy vacuum, the need for more transmission and delivering solar to those who need it.
Energy Insiders returns with an interview with former CEFC boss Oliver Yates, now challenging Josh Frydenberg in the “Menzies” seat of Kooyong, and a wrap of recent events.
Tritium co-founder James Kennedy joins The Driven podcast to outline how a small group of solar car enthusiasts became world leaders in electric vehicle fast charging stations.