In the November 2021 episode of the Solar Media Podcast, brought to you in collaboration with Solar Energy UK, we ask if the Glasgow Climate Pact is ambitious enough for the renewables industry, explore the various goings on at the summit and ponder where the solar, energy storage and clean tech sectors go from here. Elsewhere, Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe detail yet another frantic month in the US for renewables policy, and Liam speaks to a trio of renewables stakeholders about their key takeaways from COP26.
Otros episodios de "Solar Media Editors' Channel"
Solar Media Cast: Is the Glasgow Climate Pact a COP out? US PV module supply to rebound
1:02:26In the November 2021 episode of the Solar Media Podcast, brought to you in collaboration with Solar Energy UK, we ask if the Glasgow Climate Pact is ambitious enough for the renewables industry, explore the various goings on at the summit and ponder where the solar, energy storage and clean tech sectors go from here. Elsewhere, Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe detail yet another frantic month in the US for renewables policy, and Liam speaks to a trio of renewables stakeholders about their key takeaways from COP26.
Solar Media Cast: COP26 looms as pricing woes dent renewables prospects, solar industry unites behind climate aims
1:10:07The crucial COP26 conference begins later this week and negotiations will take place against a backdrop of uncertainty and volatility in the renewables supply chain. This episode of the Solar Media Podcast, brought to you in collaboration with Solar Energy UK, explores how things stand entering a pivotal two weeks for the renewables industry, and indeed the world in general. We also hear exclusively from three solar industry professionals about what they’re seeing from the sector at the moment, right the way through from sourcing and uptake of solar to procurement and supply chain issues. We also hear exactly what worldwide governments can do to help truly stimulate a much-needed solar revolution.
Solar Media Cast: The changing shape of US solar explained, Europe’s power markets go haywire
1:02:08The US solar policy landscape is shifting at breakneck speed, with new incentives and trade tariffs promising to alter the shape of the industry for the coming decade. Luckily Andy Colthorpe and Liam Stoker are here to decipher the changes in the September 2021 episode of the Solar Media Podcast. There’s also talk of an increasing flow of investment and M&A deals in the energy storage space and the power market volatility disrupting much of Europe.
Solar Media Cast: Solar shipments seized, Biden’s complicated PV relationship, huge energy storage growth
56:56It may be the height of summer but there’s no respite for the Solar Media Podcast, the new episode of which is packed full of insight as the US begins its clampdown on solar imports. With news of solar module shipments being seized at US border, Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe reflect on the difficult balancing act US President Joe Biden must strike between enforcing the withhold and release order – and a host of other prospective policies impacting on trade relations with China – and the need to support the deployment of solar PV in the country. There’s also discussion on the huge growth figures posted by the US and UK energy storage industries and the ongoing case for long-duration energy storage technologies.
Solar Media Cast: Solar's supply chain under the spotlight, long-duration storage accelerates again
1:04:31The July 2021 episode of the Solar Media Podcast, sponsored by Honeywell, includes discussion around the US government's efforts to tackle alleged forced labour practices within the solar supply chain, detailing everything you need to know about the US withhold and release order, recent moves in the Senate and the most likely impacts on solar manufacturing. Meanwhile, Andy Colthorpe explores the ever-growing amount of interest and investment in long-duration energy storage technologies and Liam Stoker takes a look at recent reports which highlight how the clean energy transition simply isn't happening fast enough.
Solar Media Cast: Solar’s n-type revolution, Biden’s battery supply chain review, surging installs in the US (and beyond)
1:00:21This month's episode of the Solar Media Podcast, sponsored by Honeywell, features discussion around the rise of new solar technologies and the drivers behind the n-type revolution. We review the latest products to be unveiled at this month’s SNEC exhibition in Shanghai and reflect on recent news regarding the materials supply chain as the industry plots a course for TOPCon, heterojunction and beyond. Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe also take a look at new projections for solar installations in the US – just in time for the difficult fire season – and how energy storage continues to proliferate in both the US and a slew of new markets.
Solar Media Cast: The materials crisis deepens and an exclusive Honeywell interview
1:05:33Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe are back for another episode of the Solar Media podcast, and the cleantech materials crisis is showing no signs of abating. We discuss the ramifications across the energy sector, reveal while the US energy storage market is like the wild west, and talk exclusively to Honeywell’s Erin Ergin about the prospects for energy storage globally.
Solar Media Cast: The rise of long-duration energy storage and lessons on floating solar from Asia
1:04:29Solar Media’s Liam Stoker, Andy Colthorpe and Jules Scully profile the continued rise of long-duration energy storage in this episode of the Solar Media Podcast, sponsored by Honeywell, with a definitive look at the technology, policy and use-cases driving interest in long-duration energy storage. Meanwhile Liam, Andy and Jules also explore what Asia can teach the rest of the world about floating solar, we learn of a threat to solar’s growth in Vietnam and discover what Elon Musk’s up to now.
Solar Media Cast: The power repercussions from Texas, What Secretary Granholm does next, and why are solar prices rising?
1:05:54It's March 2021 and we're back for another episode of the Solar Media Podcast, sponsored by Honeywell. This month we're reflecting on the lessons that can be learned from Texas' winter storm, ranging from renewables to the utilities' response to it, and we also take a look at the huge in-tray awaiting new US Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm. Elsewhere, Liam Stoker takes a look at what's driving solar panel prices upwards, and Andy Colthorpe explores the rise of SPACs - or Special-purpose Acquisition Companies - and how they could drive change in the energy sector.
Solar Media Cast: 200GW of solar in 2021, and ever bigger batteries
1:03:34The February 2021 episode of the Solar Media Podcast reflects on recent market forecasts and asks just how much solar could be deployed in 2021 against a backdrop of gigawatt-scale supply contracts and national auctions. Meanwhile, Andy explores how utility-scale battery storage systems just keep getting bigger on the back of a recently-announced 1.2GW battery earmarked for Australia. There's also discussion around how grid services contracts continue to mature and why battery storage was frozen out of Spain's recent renewables auction.