The Challenges and Promises of Hydrogen for zero carbon power, live radio show aired 12/6/19
In case you missed it here's what was on the Planet Philadelphia aired on Friday 12/6/19, WGGT-LP 92.9 FM in Philadelphia and/or live streaming at gtownradio.com:
You can listen to individual interviews on the show archives page.
This includes our interview with Keith Wipke, Laboratory Program Manager for the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technologies program at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. The program covers all aspects of hydrogen and fuel cells—from hydrogen production with renewables to end-use application of fuel cells. He spoke with Planet Philadelphia about hydrogen research earlier in 2019.
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PODCAST: 4/19/19 Planet Philadelphia live show - dynamic passionate intergenerational climate change, justice, and energy conversation
Dynamic passionate intergenerational climate change, justice, and energy conversation - listen to the podcast.
Celebrate earth week by listening to this dynamic passionate intergenerational climate change, justice, and energy discussion from the live Planet Philadelphia radio show aired 4/19/19. Sunrise Philadelphia members Abby Leedy and Xavier Thomas tell us about their hopes for a Green New Deal for Philadelphia. Also on this show, Liz Robinson, Planet Philadelphia’s new Harrisburg commentator, updates us on the state of the clean energy transformation in PA.
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