Beyond the Meter ends Season 2 with - Smart Energy Decisions

November 16, 2020

Beyond the Meter wraps Season 2 with ESG Investing and Electrification of Transportation

The final two episodes of Beyond The Meter's second season are now available, featuring discussions of ESG investing and innovative financing models, and the electrification of transportation.

These episodes continue the mission of the series: to explore the evolution of energy management and renewable energy sourcing strategy by large electric power users in key industry sectors. Beyond the Meter is made possible with support from Duke Energy Renewables and Duke Energy One.

New episodes include:

Episode 12: Electrification of Transportation

Guests Catherine Kummer, Climate Advisor for the American Cities Climate Challenge to the City of Charlotte, NC, and Michael Luhrs, Vice President of Market Strategy and Solutions for Duke Energy offer their unique perspectives on the issues driving the move toward fleet and public transportation electrification, how it’s being accomplished on the ground, how the issue impacts corporations, and what role utilities like Duke are playing in making the transition possible. 

Episode 13: ESG Investing & Innovative Financing Models Including Green Bonds

Many companies are looking to ESGs to guide sustainability decisions and to prove their sustainability commitment to customers and stakeholders. This episode features three of the key players at Duke Energy who are expertly qualified to speak to these issues. Cari Boyce, Katherine Neebe, and Doug Esamann join host John Failla to discuss the steps Duke Energy has taken and continues to take in the adoption and implementation of ESGs in moving toward its sustainability goals. 

 

You can catch up on earlier Season 2 episodes, including "Resiliency in Healthcare" and "Resiliency and Technology in Cities," as well as all of Season 1, featuring  AT&T, The Home Depot, Michigan State University, and Sprint. Click here to listen to Beyond the Meter episodes and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. 

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