EV Charging On City Streets – Tiya Gordon, COO, itselectric

“There’s a huge barrier for ev adoption in this country…it’s lack of public charging infrastructure… So, my co-founder and I said, there’s got to be a solution…And it came to us that…why can’t we just make the (apartment) buildings the source of the energy instead of having to put in all this new infrastructure on… Continue reading EV Charging On City Streets – Tiya Gordon, COO, itselectric

How Ford Built The F-150 EV – Linda Zhang, Ford F-150 EV Chief Engineer

Joan Michelson & Linda Zhang at opening keynote at MOVE 2022 conference.- from @JackOpatnry

“We talked to all customers. So we talked to truck customers, because part of it is, this is such a big population of customers that we want to evolve into an electric…We also talked to customers who weren’t truck owners, but may have wanted to be and didn’t go there for whatever reason that might… Continue reading How Ford Built The F-150 EV – Linda Zhang, Ford F-150 EV Chief Engineer

Why Heat Pumps Are “In” – Lauren Salz, Co-Founder & CEO of Sealed

“There’s a few reasons why a building owner might want to electrify their building and get heat pumps. One is that it is a better experience for the people who are living in those units. It’s really, really quiet. it’s healthier, it’s safer…and then secondly, there should be less maintenance cost over time. Just having… Continue reading Why Heat Pumps Are “In” – Lauren Salz, Co-Founder & CEO of Sealed

How GM Is Going All Electric – Kristen Siemen, Chief Sustainability Officer, General Motors

“We’ll have over 50% of our facilities producing EVs here in the U.S. by 2025. We’ve announced four battery plants here in the U.S., a number of supply chain agreements, again, to really get those critical minerals happening here. So, so really excited to see where this, this is going to take us.” Kristen Siemen… Continue reading How GM Is Going All Electric – Kristen Siemen, Chief Sustainability Officer, General Motors

Pivoting the Economy to Net Zero – Sandrine Dixson, Club of Rome

Sandrine Dxson

“How do we get PPPs out there, public private partnerships, where we bring in also the investment community from the beginning, so that we can truly shift the capital where it needs to go in order to reduce our impact?” Sandrine Dixson on Electric Ladies Podcast The new Inflation Reduction Act invests $369 billion in… Continue reading Pivoting the Economy to Net Zero – Sandrine Dixson, Club of Rome

EV Trucks & The Inflation Reduction Act – Neha Palmer, TeraWatt Infrastructure

“I think what’s really interesting and intriguing to me is the collaboration from the DOT and the DOE. there certainly is an overlap when you think about electrification, it’s a transportation question, but it’s also an energy question and both of those things have to be really coordinated to have success here…. They have to… Continue reading EV Trucks & The Inflation Reduction Act – Neha Palmer, TeraWatt Infrastructure

Geothermal Plant Captures CO2 – “Begga” Olafsdottir, CEO of ON Power, Iceland

““At ON Power…combined we produce just under 20% of the energy produced in Iceland…. We are removing carbon from our operations….Plus, we have been operating a carbon removal station, since then, mineralizing and removing from the atmosphere just over 10,000 tons (of emissions) a year.” Berglind “Begga” Olafsdottir on Electric Ladies Podcast.” In a recent… Continue reading Geothermal Plant Captures CO2 – “Begga” Olafsdottir, CEO of ON Power, Iceland

Recruiting To Build EVs – Telva McGruder, General Motors Chief Diversity Officer

“It takes work and it takes commitment to really screen in versus screen out….We are approaching this in many ways…We don’t simply need an electrical engineer or a mechanical engineer, or a person with a computer science degree. What are the skills that we’re looking for? What are the interests that we need in the… Continue reading Recruiting To Build EVs – Telva McGruder, General Motors Chief Diversity Officer

Circular Economy Business Models in Iceland – Birta Kristin Helgadottir

“I think now, business models will have to somehow rely more on collaboration rather than competition, So, I think, and maybe, naively hope, (this) will be the future of business models…We’ve harnessed geothermal power for ages, and then we decided we needed to… harness the effluent stream, the excess material that comes from, for example,… Continue reading Circular Economy Business Models in Iceland – Birta Kristin Helgadottir

Is Iceland A Pilot For 100% Renewable Energy? – Halla Hrund Logadottir, Director-General of Iceland’s National Energy Authority

Halla Hrund Logadottir, Director=General, National Energy Authority, Iceland

Iceland runs on 85% renewable energy. How did they get there? “My favorite part of Iceland’s renewable energy story is that it started small. It started with innovation, entrepreneurship. In terms of how has this developed, originally organically and then supported by the government and by policies and funding, which is essential for any development.”… Continue reading Is Iceland A Pilot For 100% Renewable Energy? – Halla Hrund Logadottir, Director-General of Iceland’s National Energy Authority