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“The Largest Private Debt Fund In The Energy Space” Featuring Jigar Shah, U.S. Department of Energy Loan Programs Office

We had the pleasure of hosting Jigar Shah, Director of the U.S. Department of Energy Loan Programs Office (LPO). Jigar is a long-time entrepreneur and founder of Generate Capital and SunEdison before leaving the private sector in 2021 to join the LPO.

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“The ‘Columbia’ Or The ‘Chicago’ School Of Thought On Energy Today” Featuring Neil Mehta, Goldman Sachs

We had a fantastic session today with Neil Mehta, Managing Director and Head of North American Natural Resources Research at Goldman Sachs.

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“We Don’t Agree With The Idea That Scarcity Is The Solution To Climate” Featuring Armond Cohen, Clean Air Task Force

Today we had the opportunity to visit with Armond Cohen, Co-Founder and President of the Clean Air Task Force (CATF). Armond co-founded the CATF over 25 years ago with a mission to decarbonize global energy systems through modeling and systems analysis, technology innovation, and policy advocacy with a focus on diversification of energy sources.

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“Disasters Happen As A Result Of Tiny Decisions” Featuring Katherine Blunt, Reporter and Author of “California Burning”

we had the pleasure of hosting Katherine Blunt, Renewables and Utilities Reporter for The Wall Street Journal and Author of “California Burning: The Fall of Pacific Gas and Electric and What it Means for America’s Power Grid”

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“Going From The What To The How” Featuring Patrick Fragman, Westinghouse

We are thrilled to share this Special Edition episode to kick off the week! Late last week, we traveled to Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania to spend the day with our friends from Westinghouse Electric Company.

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“Hope Is Not A Policy, But Neither Is Despair” Featuring Ambassador David Satterfield, Rice University’s Baker Institute

We had the honor of visiting with Ambassador David Satterfield, who recently assumed the role of Director at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.

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“Facilitating Technology That Addresses Uncertainty” Featuring Dr. Karl Meeusen, Wärtsilä

Today we had a fantastic guest for our COBT discussion, Dr. Karl Meeusen. Karl serves as Director of Markets, Legislative and Regulatory Policy at Wärtsilä.

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“Too Much Of Education Has Been Dominated By The Problem And Not Problem Solving” Featuring Dr. David Victor, UCSD

We had the good fortune of visiting with Dr. David Victor today for an engaging discussion on climate, policy, and in particular, problem-solving structures that feature “experimentalist governance.”

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“The Ugliest Thing Is The Killing Of A Beautiful Hypothesis With An Ugly Fact” Featuring Dr. Darrell Bricker, Author

Today’s subject is something we have wanted to study for some time now: global population growth. We were lucky enough to find an expert to visit with and had the pleasure of hosting Dr. Darrell Bricker.

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