4. Electricity markets and energy security: investing in interconnections

The following module will address electricity policies. Electricity is becoming more and more important in world energy demand. In the 1970s electricity demand was only 10% among other fuels. Now this share has at least doubled. This also has repercussions on the political importance of electricity. Likewise, those who are interested in the issue of […]

Energy 101: Why We Need Electricity

We use electricity for almost everything. We use it to wash our clothes keep our homes comfortable, enjoy entertainment, and protect our food and medicines. Every day we’re adding new power consuming devices that were increasingly dependent upon. One of the fastest growing demands on energy is the cloud. A huge collection of wireless transmitters […]

Electricity Bill breakdown

My name is mMorgan Holmes, and I am a researcher with the Energy Policy Innovation Council or EPIC, at Arizona State University. We provide unbiased research, and information to policymakers and the community on energy policy best practices with a special focus on Arizona and clean energy innovation. Today I’m going to talk about what […]

Energy Of The 21st Century Explained in 25 Minutes |Global Energy Scenario

Approximately 2 lakh years ago Humans first discovered the Fire. They may have witnessed fire even before that in the form of wildfires caused by the sun or the lightning strike. But 2 lakh years ago Humans learned to control and use fire for cooking and other stuff. Since then energy has been an integral […]

Milton Friedman Speaks: The Energy Crisis: A Humane Solution (B1233) – Full Video

Music Reality – captured in user friendly symbols and processed for understanding. Music The Idea Channel Professor Friedman’s subject today is “The Energy Crisis: A Humane Solution. (applause) I want to start this talk on energy by reading to you a quotation of something that was written some time ago by an eminent expert on […]

Climate and Catastrophe | Q&A

(APPLAUSE) Good evening and welcome to Q&A. I’m Tony Jones. Tonight, with Sydney on catastrophic fire alert, over a million hectares burnt, three dead and fires spreading across the nation, we’ll examine not only the risks of climate change, but the strategic economic opportunities. Now, answering your questions tonight, Chief Executive of the Australian Energy […]

Northampton Renewable Energy Policy | Connecting Point | Oct. 24, 2019

>>>100 PERCENT RENEWABLE ENERGY BY 2050. THAT’S THE GOAL FOR CITY LEADERS IN NORTHA WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO REACH THAT GOAL IN THE NEXT 30 YEARS? I SAT DOWN WITH CHRIS MASON, NORTHAMPTON’S ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY OFFICER, TO DISCUSS THAT AND MORE.>>LARGELY THE PLAN IS RIGHT NOW, BECAUSE OUR ELECTRIC GRID IS GETTING MORE […]

86 Seconds On Nuclear Energy & Gumballs

Sam here, Southern Company’s Chief Answer Guy. Today’s question: What do gumballs have to do with nuclear energy? Well as it turns out nuclear energy is generated from gumballs, well little pellets about the same size anyway and each of these little bite sized bundles of braun can pump out as much energy as 126 […]

Springfield Chamber Energy Position | Connecting Point | Feb. 24, 2016

>>>JEFF KU FREDA IS THE LONG TIME PRESIDENT OF THE SPRINGFIELD REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND A VETERAN SPOKESPERSON FOR AREA BUSINESS COMMUNITY. HE SAT DOWN WESTBOUND CONNECTING POINT CORRESPONDENT CAROLEE McGRATH TO DISCUSS THE CHAMBER’S RECENT ENDORSEMENT OF THE CONTROVERSIAL KINDER MORGAN TENNESSEE GAS PIPELINE PROPOSAL AND HIS CONCERNS ABOUT THE ENERGY NEEDS IN […]

2013 Nuclear Energy Assembly Panel with Tom Fanning

Good morning, everyone, good morning. This is a panel, I think. Like, you want me to just moderate from up here by myself? (Laughs) I’ve got these colleagues. These are the kind of colleagues that say, “Yeah, I’m right behind you, don’t worry about it.” (Laughs) Alright, good morning everyone. We’ll restart this. uh… the […]