A podcast about the future of electricity

The Flux Capacitor podcast features discussions with business and thought leaders of the electricity industry on the future of the business of electricity. The discussions touch on how we create, move, trade, and use energy, with each guest adding their own expertise and perspective to the conversation. What will be the impacts of technological change? How will markets and customer demands respond to new technology? What will change, both social and technological, mean for regulators, society and the electricity industry? CEA invites you to join in the conversation.

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Episode 009: Mike Marsh talks innovation and greening the grid

07-04-2019

Featured discussion with Saskpower’s Mike Marsh on the many challenges of spurring innovation and greening the grid.

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Filetype: MP3 - Size: 35.8MB - Duration: 31:34 m (159 kbps 44100 Hz)




Episode 008: NRCan Minister Sohi on the Central Role Electricity Will Play in Canada’s Future

06-10-2019

Featured discussion with Energy Minister Amarjeet Sohi on the future of electricity, from innovation to electrification, and electricity’s role in a greener future

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Filetype: MP3 - Size: 33.2MB - Duration: 43:06 m (108 kbps 44100 Hz)




Episode 007: Brien Sheahan on capitalizing the cloud and other creative approaches to energy regulation

06-03-2019

Francis Bradley’s conversation with Brien Sheahan, former CEO and Chair of the Illinois Commerce Commission, recorded at the annual CAMPUT conference

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Filetype: MP3 - Size: 41.58MB - Duration: 38:23 m (151 kbps 44100 Hz)




Episode 006: Everything you wanted to know about energy regulation but were afraid to ask!

05-29-2019

Francis Bradley and special cohost, CGA’s Tim Egan, talk energy regulation with regulators Peter Gurnham (Nova Scotia) and Robert Gabor (Manitoba)

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Filetype: MP3 - Size: 87.24MB - Duration: 1:25:25 m (143 kbps 44100 Hz)




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