This is a fun discussion about power, renewables, energy storage, and responsibly sourced natural gas. And what do they all have in common, we talk with Adam Jordan, Managing Director at Enverus to find out.
Energy Storage is changing rapidly and is being designed in different configurations depending on what are the other forms of power generation. Adam also brings up some great points about responsibly sourced natural gas. Both of these topics are critical to the migration to carbon neutral.
The migration to EVs is going to be made more difficult in this energy crisis, as the price to get into an EV is high, and going higher. We even talked about the used car market is getting very expensive due to the supply chain break in new car parts and computer chips.
Thanks, Adam for stopping by the ENB podcast and we even have fun when covered the NIMBYs.
Also, check out everything at Enverus.com
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