Podcast: Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show with host Kay Wood, streamed on G-Town Radio 12/2/16
Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show, G-Town Radio 12/2/16: Hear about a station that makes hydrogen from water and Philly’s vision for sustainability in our new political world.
In this Planet Philadelphia radio show you’ll hear Sunita Satyapal, the Director of the Fuel Cell Technologies office at the US Department of Energy, tell us about exciting new developments in hydrogen energy technology. Also, on this Planet Philadelphia, Christine Knapp, the Director of Philadelphia's Sustainability Office will tell us about the new approach to sustainability that offers ways for all Philadelphians to take part in our sustainable future.
Please make your donation today to donate to keep G-town Radio going strong. Tune back in to fabulous G-town Radio for another Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show December 16th. I’ll be talking with our State Senator Art Haywood about what to do about the high lead levels in Philly’s drinking water. I also hope to have Jordan Yeager on to tell us about how we have protection for our air and water written into our constitution here in PA. And how we might use that to help protect us from anti-environmental trends in our politics with the new administration in Washington.
Planet Philadelphia streams 4:00 to 5:00 pm on gtownradio.com the 1st and 3rd Fridays of every month. Podcasts of the live shows generally become available the day after they broadcast here at www.planetphila.com or www.gtownradio.com. Planet Philadelphia’s listener comment line is (484) 278-1846. You can record a message anytime. Hope to hear from you.
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I was just awarded a Pollination Project grant for creating and producing Planet Philadelphia. So excited and pleased. Check it out: https://thepollinationproject.org/grants-awarded/kay-wood-planetphiladelphia/
I had an op-ed published in the Philadelphia Business Journal titled "The other gas that could transform Philadelphia's economic future." Here's the link: http://www.bizjournals.com/philadelphia/blog/guest-comment/2015/12/the-other-gas-that-could-transform-philadelphias.html
in Portland, Oregon where they’re already been putting water pipes in the streets with turbines providing non-stop energy – now the next step -- started using something called toilet turbines as a source of renewable energy: https://www.minds.com/blog/view/415942000412463104/portland-installs-turbines-in-their-city-water-pipes-powers-city-by-flushing-toilets
In addition to the Toyota Mirai, Hyundai and Kia are making hydrogen fuel cell cars. So is Volkswagon. Audi will debuting a hydrogen fuel cell car at the Detroit Auto Show … And now Honda and General Motors announced that they will be working together on hydrogen fuel cell vehicles … this is even while we have some of the lowest gas prices I’ve ever seen… car makers seem to expect the infrastructure to come on line. Because there’s increases in federal fuel-economy standards coming in 2017- about 37 m.p.g. by next year, mandated corporate average fuel economy of 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025.
Planet Philadelphia Jan. 15, 2016 show podcast Link: https://www.mixcloud.com/PlanetPhiladelphia/live-streaming-environmental-news-interviews-music-and-more-on-planet-philadelphia-jan-15-2016/
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