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The Energy Transition Show with Chris Nelder

By XE Network

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Longtime energy expert Chris Nelder interviews some of the smartest and most knowledgeable people in energy, exploring global infrastructure and markets during the ongoing transition away from fossil fuels and toward renewables. Designed to stimulate discussion about the difficult questions rather than reinforce preconceived answers, the Energy Transition Show covers oil, gas, coal, solar, wind, emerging renewables, nuclear, grid power, transportation systems, macroeconomics, and more, including the latest news and research, policy developments, and market events.

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The Energy Transition Show Is Best Podcast Available on Its Topic! Really!

I've listened for years to the best podcasts on the energy transition has going for it and by far Chris Nelder's show is the best. Why? 1) He doesn't do advertising like GTM's The Energy Gang and is uninfluenced & unbiased by big money (this is huge when profit becomes one's primary motivation); 2) Nelder loves what he does and is meticulous in his analysis & show notes compilation making quality so high it's used in classrooms as education materials (no other podcast I know of does that); 3) Chris is a fun open-minded critical thinker that focuses on the numbers & PhD peer-reviewed papers by multiple authors using reliable methodologies (and if they don't he'll say so); 4) he has long history of working in the public interest working at RMI; 5) the show includes fun music each episode; 6) he is very approachable to any issue I've brought up with him; 7) he works incredibly hard in all areas of his life to bring ultra high-quality episodes that help bring fuller understanding about energy transition; 8) is very open to listener feedback on show ideas, but not too open; 9) has a very low cost high value price of only $5/mo (a beer a month only); 10) his show intro rocks, news at end of segments full of important info (but not overwhelming) with citations in show notes, & geek ratings for how highly complex each show might be for average listeners. If you don't subscribe to this show you are in an important way missing out on the Energy transition. Really!

Top of my list for energy podcasts

This podcast is in a top-self, select category providing detailed discussions with some of the nations leading experts that are thinking about technology, policies & business models, and the overall complexity of getting to tomorrow from where we are today.

Subscribe to this podcast, if you are strategically thinking about the future of energy and associated business opportunities.


This podcast is by far the best, most in depth coverage of emerging and existing energy issues. I teach about renewable energy in college and I assign this to my students as homework because the depth of coverage is such that it enlightens without overhwelming. It is the type of podcast that is useful to policy makers, academics, students, energy wonks, and even those that are new to the energy world but want to know more. Subscribe NOW!!!!

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