Episode 270: Electrifying everything, more ’30 Under 30′ voices

Energy

VERGE Electrify in Review

Sarah Golden, GreenBiz senior energy analyst, joins as guest host. Golden, one of the VERGE Electrify co-chairs, and Joel Makower discuss the inaugural two-day conference. Why is right now the perfect time to be electrifying everything? (1:20)

Features

VERGE Electrify highlights (28:25)

GreenBiz Senior Editor Deonna Anderson shares highlights from this week’s VERGE Electrify event. We hear from Saul Griffith, founder of Rewiring America; Mary Nichols, co-chair of the Commission on the Future of Mobility; Michel Forissier, chief engineering and marketing officer at Valeo; and Jacqueline Patterson, senior director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program.

Meet more of the GreenBiz 30 Under 30 (39:50)

Last week we heard from three of the GreenBiz 30 Under 30. This week, we hear from three more members from the 2021 cohort of our report recognizing rising young stars in sustainability:

  • Chris Dowd, strategic partners, social impact, Google (40:55)
  • Francesca Goodman-Smith, Transform Program Leader, Fight Food Waste Co-op Research Center (43:55)
  • Adrienne Johnson, associate engineer, Point Energy Innovations (45:00)

*Music in this episode by Lee Rosevere: “Curiosity,” “I’m Going for a Coffee,” “Here’s the Thing,” “As I Was Saying,” and “Slow Lights”

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