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Episode 325: The ‘inexperienced premium’; electrification is inflation-proof


This week’s run time is 38:32.

WEEK IN REVIEW (4:45)
FEATURES
Management Classes: Bess Winston, The Winston Company (17:40)

This spring, the WSLA Alumnae Group acknowledged 11 girls on the forefront of the sustainability career. These leaders have made a distinction by advancing new applied sciences or methods, by overcoming private {and professional} obstacles and by committing to mentoring different girls. Meet one of many 2022 honorees: Bess Winston, founder and proprietor of The Winston Company, a strategic advocacy and communications agency in Washington, D.C.

Highlights from VERGE Electrify (23:55)
  • Patti Poppe, CEO, PG&E — On the function of EVs in balancing the grid and the way PG&E makes the enterprise case for electrification 
  • Martin Heinrich, Senator, New Mexico — Electrification as a technique for chopping off income for autocratic regimes
  • Jigar Shah, Director, Loans Program Workplace, Division of Power — Demystifying the idea of a inexperienced premium
  • Saul Griffith, Founder, Rewiring America; Founder and Principal, Otherlab — How electrifications makes communities inflation-proof (IN)

*Music on this episode: Lee Rosevere: “And So Then,” “Quirky Small City Characters,” “Quizitive,”” “I’m Going for a Espresso,” “Let That Sink In.”

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