This podcast covers hotly debated topics on the transition of our energy system, from different voices in the Regen team.
The UK energy storage pipeline
22:13In this episode of Regen’s Transforming Energy podcast, Ray Arrell, head of technical development, and Bruce Bardsley, energy analyst, take an in-depth look at the UK energy storage pipeline. This podcast was produced as part of the Electricity Storage Network (ESN) Annual Marketplace – find out more about the event: https://www.regen.co.uk/event/electricity-storage-network-annual-marketplace/. If you’re not yet a member of the ESN, find out more about our work and how you can get involved here: https://www.regen.co.uk/the-electricity-storage-network/
Sustainability and Storage
44:38In this episode of Regen’s Transforming Energy podcast, Sophie Whinney and Madeleine Greenhalgh discuss the battery lifecycle and the various challenges and opportunities that arise from this global supply chain. We are also joined by David Sturmes from the Fair Cobalt Alliance, discussing the practical action that the organisation take to improve mining conditions. You can find out more about the Fair Cobalt Alliance and their work here: https://www.faircobaltalliance.org/ This topic is regularly discussed the ESN’s Sustainability, Safety and Supply Chain working group. If you’re already a member, join us for further discussions, or join us as a member to be a part of it: https://www.regen.co.uk/the-electricity-storage-network/
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The opportunities and challenges of integrating hydrogen into the energy system
35:16We hear from experts at Regen on the future of hydrogen. Following on from our recent paper 'Building the hydrogen value chain’. This is part of Regen’s on-going research and analysis of the emerging low carbon hydrogen sector. Grace Milman, our hydrogen analyst intern, interviews Johnny Gowdy, director at Regen and Ray Arrel, head of technical at Regen
Markets that underpin security and quality of electricity supply across Britain's transmission system
30:27The ESN Annual Marketplace, run by Regen is taking place on the 26-28 January, a key theme throughout will be markets. Ahead of the three-day event, we've launched a podcast with Colm Murphy from National Grid ESO and our ESN director Rachel Hayes, who discuss the back to basis role of markets to balance the system and accelerate the transition to renewable energy.
The Energy White Paper Powering our Net Zero Future
32:29We hear from experts at Regen on 'the Energy White Paper Powering our Net Zero Future'. Following on from the Ten Point Plan and the National Infrastructure Strategy, the Energy White Paper provides further clarity on the Prime Minister’s measures and puts in place a strategy for the wider energy system. Johnny Gowdy, director at Regen interviews Madeleine Greenhalgh, policy lead for Regen and the Electricity Storage Network and Merlin Hyman, CEO at Regen.
The Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution
27:17In this episode of Transforming Energy, Madeleine Greenhalgh our policy and advocacy manager will interview Merlin Hyman our CEO on the Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution, released today. Produced by: Rachel Hayes, head of networks and development, RegenSound production: Harry HymanMusic credit: Vincent Touret https://www.vincenttouret.co.uk/
Operating a net zero energy system
38:18We hear from experts at Regen on the future of our energy system. In this episode, we explore how ready we are to operate a net zero energy system. Is the energy system working? Given the scale of the transformation that we've seen so far, how is the system coping, and how will it cope in the future with more seismic shifts in technology to come? Madeleine Greenhalgh, policy lead for Regen and the Electricity Storage Network Johnny Gowdy, director, Regen Merlin Hyman, CEO, Regen