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The Soft Cost Barrier with Yann Brandt and Mike Casey
Your Watts Up team are coming back on the mics with two very special guests - Yann Brandt of Solar Wake Up and returning guest, Mike Casey of Tigercomm. Yann and Mike co-authored the article 'A no-brainer for U.S. job creation: Update solar permitting and inspections' published by PV Magazine....
WITN: Food Shed, Plenty, and Sustainability in Asia
In this episode we talk Watts in the News: Food Shed Co-Op, Plenty, and Sustainability in Asia.
We are joined by very special guest, Jennifer Maynard. We chat with Jennifer about regenerative farming, which encourages techniques that promote healing the soil. Jennifer shares the benefits regenerative farming has on the farmland, consumers, and nutrition.
Reading Your Electricity Bill
From energy versus power to the difference between kilowatts and kilowatt-hours, Ryan, Conner, and Marie explain how to read your electricity bill.
WITN: EV Infrastructure & Tesla’s New Rival
On the newest episode of Watts in the News, Ryan and Conner chat about the hot topics trending in the EV's.
We're back on the mics to share our research and knowledge about EV's. In this episode we talk EV history, mechanics, and the future.
30 Million Solar Homes
Glen Brand, Solar United Neighbors and John Farrell, Institute for Local Self-Reliance, join Marie and Ryan to discuss their initiative, 30 Million Solar Homes.
WITN: Batteries Part I
During this week's Watts In the News, Conner & Ryan explore the plethora of battery technology news being released.
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