You can watch Kirsty Gogan in episode 3: "Green Dreams" and episode 5: "Industrial Cathedrals" below.
"Particularly after Russia's invasion in the Ukraine, we see for the first time an acknowledgement that the so-called "Net Zero pathways" in Europe had a huge amount of gas in them. Combined with energy security, geopolitical issues have forced governments to reevaluate those plans... We need firm, dispatchable power"
This episode features exclusive content on Oklahoma's Osage tribe’s long-running battle with Enel over a 150-megawatt wind project the company built without the tribe’s consent. This sheds light on the need to actually provide not only renewable solutions to climate change, but to complement these with other clean energy sources such as nuclear energy. Watch this episode to hear first hand from Osage tribe's members and nuclear energy experts.
"Despite being really successful in increasing the rates of deployment for renewable energy, we are just not making a dent in our carbon intensity across our whole energy system"
This episode analyses the dire consequences Europe is going through on its energy supply given its dependence on Russia's power after the invasion to the Ukraine and, the need to be energy independent and to count on a resilient, constant power supply, has brought on the nuclear renaissance.