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From FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, Watt Matters is a podcast all about the energy transition and the shift to a decarbonised economy. Through biweekly debates and discussions on the energy transition in Europe, North America and around the world, Watt Matters focuses on how to achieve thriving renewable energy markets and liveable cities through the right mix of policy, regulation, finance and technology. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Energy Transition Today, previously known as the Joint Venture Podcast, covers all aspects of the Energy Transition. From up-to-date information on the latest deals in the market to probing analysis of policy, technology, and financial trends. We bring you insightful interviews with key market players alongside the frank opinions of our market experts.
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Energy Transition Talks

CGI in Energy & Utilities

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The energy value chain is changing rapidly and increasingly digital in nature, requiring new competencies and acting with insight. A strong commitment to sustainability and the energy transition is essential to attracting and keeping customers and growing the business. https://www.cgi.com/en/energy-utilities
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From FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, Policy Dispatch is a podcast all about the policies that underpin the energy transition. This is what will make or break the global decarbonisation effort. Through biweekly, short-but-sweet episodes, the Policy Dispatch will aim to explain what governments in the globe’s key markets are doing to boost clean energy and create sustainable ecosystems. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Welcome to Accelerating Energy, a new podcast powered by Sidley Austin LLP. Join us as we drill down on critical, and late-breaking, energy transition topics from all corners of industry. Each episode will introduce you to guests with unique perspectives as we investigate the business, legal, and policy concerns of this fast-evolving landscape. Accelerating Energy is hosted by Ken Irvin and Cliff Vrielink, partners in Sidley’s global Energy practice.
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Energy Transition in Focus

RBC Capital Markets

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The Energy Transition series is comprised of one hour panel sessions involving executives and industry experts dedicated to improving awareness on various elements of the energy transition, as well as identifying investment opportunities for corporate and institutional investors.
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Welcome to the Electrified podcast, where each Tuesday we talk about the electrification of industry and moving toward a more decarbonized, resilient energy ecosystem. As former startup operators in this industry and now venture capital investors, our mission is to leverage that business experience in conversations with leading thinkers across technology, policy and media to tease out insights that help accelerate the energy transition.
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In this episode, we delve deep into the rapidly evolving hydrogen sector, exploring key developments across Europe, the UK, and the US. We begin by examining the European Commission's recent €6.9 billion state aid approval and the latest developments in the hydrogen bank auction process, comparing these efforts to the Danish PtX tender outcomes. In…
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Indonesia is the world’s eighth biggest polluter and one of the most populous countries on Earth. Its energy system is largely reliant on coal and its economy is propped up by mass exports of the polluting fossil fuel. But there is appetite to break coal’s hold over Indonesia’s energy future. A $20 billion partnership between the island nation and …
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How can we accelerate the decarbonization of the entire US economy? In this episode, we discuss the energy-related decarbonization strategies outlined in a new report from the National Academies, titled “Accelerating Decarbonization in the United States: Technology, Policy, and Societal Dimensions,” with Dr. Sue Tierney, a Senior Advisor at Analysi…
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From climate change to air pollution, there are a lot of issues that need solving in the 21st century. With all the doom and gloom, it’s hard to see that some progress has actually been made. Hannah Ritchie is a researcher and deputy editor at the University of Oxford’s Our World In Data publication. Her new book “Not the End of the World: How We C…
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The United States government is authorizing millions of dollars in grants to electric cooperatives in the hopes of promoting grid resiliency and alternative energy adoption. Will grants and other incentives entice businesses to adopt clean energy? Or will political uncertainty in this election year tamp down these efforts? In the second episode of …
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In this episode, we start by taking a look at Hy24's second fund, a €500 million initiative focused on hydrogen technology manufacturing. Then, at the new of the West Wind project in Orkney being approved, promising a 2GW capacity wind farm that could significantly impact Scotland's renewable energy landscape. Next, we journey to the US, discussing…
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In this episode, we explore pivotal developments in Europe's renewable energy sector, including the acquisition of a solar portfolio in Ireland by Octopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust and the strategic changes in renewable energy investments by Orsted following a challenging few months. We also examine hydrogen initiatives, including Germany's s…
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The majority of countries around the world have some sort of coastline. That means that they have access to natural resources that could soon make a substantial impact on the energy transition: waves and tides. Water is a proven energy source: countries with the right geography have used hydropower to generate green electricity for decades. Now the…
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Discussions about energy transition often overlook the crucial role of reducing the energy consumed to maintain comfortable temperatures in the spaces where we live and work. Remarkably, generating heat, the largest end-use of energy, accounts for 40% of global fossil CO2 emissions, with the majority of this heat used in buildings. About half of th…
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In this episode, we explore Mirova's first close on the MET6 fund and Romania's first 2GW CfD scheme, which is currently delayed as it awaits EU approvals, and the UK government's controversial decision to exclude onshore wind projects from being considered 'nationally significant infrastructure projects'. In the offshore space, we cover New York's…
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The energy transition is taking place in a complex world of ongoing historic geopolitical tensions and financial divides between countries. Lisa Fischer from climate think tank E3G joins the Watt Matters team to discuss decarbonisation policymaking in a complicated and adversarial world. The world needs to decarbonise if it is to limit drastic glob…
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In this week's episode, we start with key takeaways from our recent networking event in collaboration with Squire Patton Boggs, where market experts gathered to share an overview of the hydrogen industry's current landscape, highlighting the challenges and opportunities in technology, finance, and regulatory aspects. Our news team presents an exclu…
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COP28 generated plenty of headlines during the two weeks it ran. Emission pledges, new alliances, policy agreements, informal deals and various other announcements flooded the airwaves and email inboxes. Add in the emotional aspect that is now a hallmark of top level climate talks and you would be forgiven for finding the whole thing an overwhelmin…
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Following from the December COP28 climate summit, we find ourselves at a pivotal juncture with the world’s governments clearer than ever about “transitioning away from fossil fuels.” Now, what is next for the oil sector and for all of us—the consumers of oil? Is COP’s sweeping announcement setting a ceiling for the global ambition on climate, or me…
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In part two of our Energy Transition Talks conversation on generative artificial intelligence (AI), CGI experts Diane Gutiw and Peter Warren further explore the implications and applications of AI in the energy and utilities industry. Building upon their discussion in part one, they examine how digital twins, change management and trusted data are …
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2024 is likely to be the year of elections, with just under half of the world’s population expected to head to the polls, according to Bloomberg. That includes major players in energy and climate, like the US, India, the EU and, potentially, the UK. These elections will take place in a world where the climate crisis and the energy transition are be…
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In this week's episode, we delve into the proposed Great North Road Solar Park in Nottinghamshire, where Elements Green has initiated consultations for its £1 billion, 800MW solar and battery energy storage project. We cover the massive news of BlackRock's cash and shares acquisition of Global Infrastructure Partners, in a deal valued at $12.5 bill…
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In this episode, we discuss the $11.05 billion debt package for one of the largest green infrastructure projects in US history, Pattern Energy Group's SunZia Wind and Transmission projects. We also take a look at Corre Energy's Green Hydrogen Hub project in Denmark, an initiative in long-duration energy storage, Mulilo Energy's participation in Sou…
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In December 2023, a landmark declaration emerged from the COP28 climate conference: For the first time, the world’s climate delegates agreed that a global “transition away” from fossil fuels is essential. This historic pronouncement marked a significant shift in tone from previous climate conferences and formalized the energy transition as a global…
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In the latest episode of our Energy Transition Talks podcast series, Peter Warren sits down with Vice-President, CGI Global AI Research Lead Diane Gutiw to discuss generative AI and its global impact across industries. In part one of the conversation, they delve into the inevitability of AI in everyday life, the need for a structured, secure approa…
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Renowned climate scientist Dr. Michael E. Mann joins us to discuss his new book, Our Fragile Moment: How Lessons from Earth’s Past Can Help Us Survive the Climate Crisis, and to answer some of the hottest questions in climate science discussions today: Are we doomed? Is the world facing polar ice breakdown if we reach the same CO2 concentrations th…
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In this episode, we delve into the results of the UK's first hydrogen CfD, HAR1, where 11 winners have a total electrolyser capacity of 125MW — with an ambitious timeline targeting FID by 2024 and operational status by 2025. We then shift focus to Estonia's burgeoning offshore wind sector, highlighting the 1.4GW Liivi 2 area, where a joint venture …
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It’s been a difficult year for the offshore wind sector, with numerous projects and power purchase agreements getting canceled. Contracts and incentives simply haven’t kept pace with rising costs, forcing developers to shelve money-losing projects. So is the offshore wind sector hitting a wall, or merely some temporary speed bumps on the path to a …
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In this episode, we bring you the full story of inspiratia's rebrand and the launch of our new website. This marks a milestone for us with a renewed focus on becoming the energy transition specialist. The rebranding emphasises our commitment to informing, influencing, and inspiring our audience through innovative, educational, and advocacy-driven c…
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The US’ electricity system is complicated, with each of the 50 states setting its own rules for how markets work, how power is priced and who manages customer relations.But amid the complexity, Octopus Energy US sees a big opportunity to continue its UK success story across the pond and help US customers benefit from decarbonised electricity.Accord…
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In part two of our Energy Transition Talks conversation with Eurelectric’s Secretary General Kristian Ruby, CGI experts Peter Warren and Tom van der Leest dive deeper into key opportunities, challenges and drivers of the energy transition discussed in part one. In this second instalment, they explore the necessity and complexity of regulation, the …
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Methane is the greenhouse gas that often lives in the shadow of its more infamous cousin, carbon dioxide. But methane is a massive problem nonetheless due to its fast-acting impact on the climate.Global action is starting to take off and will be on the agenda at the COP28 summit. The European Union recently agreed on new rules that will aim to redu…
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Twenty-six years ago, on a wee island with just 65 residents off the west coast of Scotland, the seeds of a fascinating energy transition project were planted. That began a long process which ultimately made it possible for the island’s inhabitants to become the world’s first community to launch an off-grid electric system powered by wind, water an…
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In this episode, we delve into the critical updates in the global offshore wind energy sector. Leading with Norway's recent strides, we examine the shortlisted bidders for the Sørlige Nordsjø II offshore tender, announced by the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. We also scrutinise why Danish developer Orsted has announced its withdrawal f…
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There are no studies where absolute zero emissions can be reached with reductions alone, meaning carbon removals are crucial to reaching ‘net’ zero emissions, according to the IPCC. After the world has reached that point, any remaining emission would need to be countered by an equivalent removal from the atmosphere.Because of this, the world of car…
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U.S. energy regulators warn that elevated threats of outages from storms and prolonged cold snaps will continue to impact our electric grid and the economy. The Biden administration recently announced $3.5 billion in grants to fund clean energy projects that combat climate change and promote renewable energy; but mounting costs, development snags, …
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In the latest episode of our Energy Transition Talks, Peter Warren sits down with Eurelectric’s Secretary General Kristian Ruby and CGI’s Tom van der Leest for part one of a discussion on key trends and new business models in the energy market. Specifically, they examine the growing role of everyday individuals in the energy system, how distributed…
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Should our response to global warming focus on technologies that reduce emissions, or on embracing simpler lifestyles? Why do some believe that deploying more renewables and accelerating the energy transition is essential, while others advocate for ‘degrowth’ instead, and claim that switching to renewables is counterproductive? Today’s conversation…
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Welcome to the newly rebranded "Energy Transition Today", formerly known as The Joint Venture podcast. As we unveil our new identity, complete with a fresh logo, a revamped website, and a redefined mission, our core objective remains steadfast: to provide you with the most comprehensive news, analysis, and data in the energy and infrastructure indu…
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Public transport operators are highly visible to the wider public. Increasingly their services are being electrified or run on clean energy. In this special live episode, Watt Matters delves into the procurement issues these operators are facing when it comes to low-carbon solutions.The transport sector is a crucial area of the economy that needs t…
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In a discussion on Germany’s decarbonisation opportunities & challenges moderated by Ralph Ibendahl, Head, EMEA Transition, RBC Capital Markets a panel of experts including Michael Pfennig, Co-Head Infrastructure, Allianz Capital Partners; Catrin Jung, Head of offshore Wind, Vattenfall; Pierre Alan Graf, CEO, GETEC; and Alexander Aksenov, EVP Strat…
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In a panel hosted by Ed Golder, Head of European Utilities & Renewables at RBC Capital Markets, experts including Hanns Koenig, Managing Director of Aurora Energy Research; Marcel Münch, SVP Finance, M&A and Investor Relations at EnBW; Dr. Frank Reiners, Chief Financial Officer at OGE (‘Open Grid’); and Marco Bartolini, Chief Financial Officer at Z…
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In a discussion on Germany’s energy’s transition related to investing in emerging energy transition technologies and moderated by Andrea Gerhaüsser, Director, Investment Banking, RBC Capital Markets, a panel of experts including Felix Colsman, CEO, DAH Gruppe; Daniel Saxena, CFO, SFC Energy AG; and Thomas Kalthoefer, Investment Director, DWS, discu…
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In a keynote address during RBC Capital Markets' recent Energy Transition series focusing on Germany, Kunal Chandra, Chief Strategy and Sustainability Officer at RWE, provided a critical assessment of Germany's energy transition. He discussed its feasibility, challenges, and the prospects of the country's ambitious journey towards decarbonization a…
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In this episode, we cover Orsted, which this week announced the shelving of two major US offshore wind projects in New Jersey, as well as a new joint venture with Eversource. We also discuss the Danish PtX tender, illuminating the competitive landscape of green hydrogen production and the frontrunners poised to redefine Denmark's renewable energy s…
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Are EV sales about to hit an inflection point and rapidly take majority market shares for new vehicles? And if they are, does that portend a peak in global oil demand before the end of this decade? The transportation team at BloombergNEF certainly thinks so. In this data-packed, two-hour conversation, team lead Colin McKerracher walks us through th…
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