Power Grid Innovations, Risks, and Opportunities – Mike Mauceli, Neil Chatterjee

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When it comes to grid innovations, what technologies and exciting opportunities are out there? What will it take to balance environmental political goals with engineering and reliability goals? In this episode, Neil Chatterjee joins Mike in discovering how misguided public policy oftentimes puts the electric grid at risk, how innovative technology may strengthen the grid, and what is necessary from policy makers and engineering experts to achieve these goals.


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Let me explain…

Do not just do what I, my team, or my guest say. That would be stupid and irresponsible. Take the education, then use your own brain and make your own decisions.

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Take the education we provide but then determine your own actions. If it does not make sense to you, get more education before you invest. We will continue to provide education and there will always be more opportunities.

Cameron Long

  • @stephenwilder3525 says:

    Bailing before the ten minute mark. This guy sounded like a typical politician… lots of talk w/out saying much. Hope for those who stayed till the end that it got better

    • @wegotthis2734 says:

      Agreed! He’s basically said it’s to complicated for us to understand!

    • @ajnasreddin says:

      It’s easy. He’s saying that people expect to have electricity but socialism is bad and people don’t want to spend the time to make sure their elected officials work for them instead of the corporations who give them huge campaign contributions, so private electric companies whose sole aim is to enrich their shareholders instead of providing the consumers with a reliable service is the reason why you are getting screwed.

  • @jcilforever4522 says:

    Waste of time

  • @allen-gt5ng says:

    This guy worked with mitch (turtle) mcconnel oh yes he has lots of credibility 😅😅😅

  • @gtmunch says:

    Ok, new game: every time he says “complex” you take a shot.

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