What is In Store for the Future of Energy?

The Energy Exchange explores the complex and critical intersection of energy, money and technology. Experts will use their insights and forecasts to outline what energy is available to us, the costs associated with that energy production and its use, and the technological innovations changing the way we utilize Earth’s resources to power our way of life.

 

The Energy Exchange and host David Hidinger have already had an insightful and varied ride in a mere 11 episodes, with guests from varied industries and locations spread throughout the globe joining the show to share their front-line insights into the ever-changing energy landscape.

With that in mind, Hidinger took this episode of the show to look back on those episodes and hit the high points, offering a quick tour through the educational and engaging conversations to this point.

In episodes one through 11, he and his guests have covered:
-Improved Battery Technologies
-Disputes over Pipelines
-The Shale Revolution & Power Grids
-Expanding Electric Transmission Lines
-Designing Sustainable Cities

-Simulating Vertical Windmills
-Protecting America’s Cyber Infrastructure
-How to Use IoT to Manage the Energy Grid
-What Will The Home of The Future Look Like?
-How to Get Perfect Power in the Home
-Could New Technology Pioneer an Entirely New Era of Seawater Mining?

That’s quite the tour around the industry. Even so, Hidinger has identified several common trends, including new technology’s mark on the overall landscape and the acceleration of innovation, the role decreasing sensor costs have played in the industry, the impact of increases in computing power, and more.

In upcoming episodes, Hidinger and his guests will expand their lens even further, tackling what the world’s largest enterprises are doing in terms of energy and other forward-looking subjects.

Listen to Previous Episodes of the Energy Exchange Here!

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