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Energy Institute
Energy in Conversation
From carbon capture and storage to having a career with a conscious, Energy in Conversation returns for season 2 - exploring the views and hopes of young energy professionals from around the world as part of the EI’s Generation 2050 initiative.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 45 ratings
Positive power!!! Love it
Im very interested in greener technology, love this, it explains the problems and possible solutions to each topic really nicely. Each topic I felt I knew already, and this pod always changed my perceptions.
Leesonski via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/24/20
The first step to reducing the impacts of climate change is to get people to start talking about energy use and behaviour change: this podcast sets the pace for that and is entertaining and fun to listen to as well.
Muyiz2016 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/17/19
Keep up the great work
Great podcast EI! Really interesting facts presented through captivating discussions on food waste, carbon emission and energy in the digital age!
Antonis99 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/03/19
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