The My Energy 2050 podcast focuses on the energy transition. Each episode features a guest sharing their experience, expertise and insight. Professor Michael LaBelle is the host bringing his broad knowledge and experience to exploring the latest research and policy insight.
This week we speak with Agata de Ru who is a Portfolio Manager of the South and Eastern European Region for the Clean Air Fund.
This week we speak with Professor David Peck, from the Delft University of Technology. In this interview, David recounts his broad experience working both in
How can households afford heating and transport in a low-carbon Europe? Today we speak with Dora Fazekas, the managing director of Cambridge Econometrics in Hungary.
This week we are delving deeper to understand how oil and gas companies are being pushed by activists and investors seeking to up-end the carbon
In this episode, we speak with Rod Janssen, a long time expert who began his career after the oil crisis of the 1970s. Rod may
In this episode, I cover the basic concepts in my new book ‘Energy Cultures: Technology, Justice, and Geopolitics in Eastern Europe‘ published by Edward Elgar
Welcome to the MyEnergy2050 podcast where we speak to the people building a clean energy system by 2050. I’m your host, Michael LaBelle. In this
On this episode of the myenergy2050 podcast, we are speaking with Andy Judge, lecturer in international relations and deputy head of Politics and International Relations
This week we speak with Rebekka Popp. She is a policy advisor at E3G. We go into detail about the German coal phase-out, COP 26
This week we speak with Simone Tagliapietra, a research fellow at Bruegel. We discussed the broader research shift from an energy security perspective, just how
This week we are speaking with Leonardo Meeus. He is the professor of strategy and director of the Energy Center at Vlerick Business School in
This week we speak with Ed Vine, who made his career at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, working on assessing and improving energy efficiency policies,