What’s the next big trend in clean energy?

David Roberts and Ramez Naam survey an array of possible outcomes for the energy transition, from near-certain to farfetched and everything in between.

On The Carbon Copy podcast this week:

For decades, we wildly underestimated the growth of renewables. Now that cost curves and deployments have exceeded all expectations, what’s next for the clean energy industry?

This week, we feature a conversation between journalist David Roberts and futurist Ramez Naam about what’s ahead for tech trends — from renewables and batteries to grid management, from space-based solar power to geoengineering.

This conversation was recorded in Seattle at a recent Canary Media Live event. Be sure to get your tickets to Canary’s Bay Area event in October. 

This podcast is brought to you by KORE Power, an American manufacturer of battery cells for electric vehicles and stationary storage. Stay tuned to the end of the episode for a conversation with KORE CEO Lindsay Gorrill about how America can slash its dependence on imported critical minerals and batteries.

Carbon Copy is supported by FischTank PR, a specialized climatetech PR firm dedicated to bringing meaningful results for companies in sectors spanning grid edge, solar, energy storage, battery, EVs, alternative fuels, VC and green buildings. FischTank helps clients stand out in an increasingly competitive and noisy space. Visit FischTank PR to learn more.

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