The Switch – a new green podcast

2021-11-23 12:07:47

November 9 sees the launch of a new podcast dedicated to sustainability and clean energy. The name is The Switch and the aim is to present serious issues in an entertaining format.

The Switch is intended as a platform for everybody involved in and interested in the switch towards a green industry. The show is produced by Baseload Capital, DNB, and Energy Disruptors.

More than a podcast

“The Switch is going to be more than a podcast”, says Kristina Hagström Ilievska, CMO at Baseload Capital. “We’re creating a fast-paced, broad, and entertaining show with a wide range of guests. Our goal is to make The Switch the number one hub for knowledge exchange on the topic of renewables and clean transition.”

The idea of the show is to gather great minds from all parts of the industry to generate new ideas and get an overall picture of what must and can be done. “We want to tear down the silos and makes sure we have conversations that lead us forward collaboratively” says Graeme Edge from Energy Disruptors.

“There is so much knowledge out there”, says Elisabeth Beskow CEO at DNB Bank ASA Sweden branch. “So many innovators and companies that can help us reduce our impacts on this planet. By inviting brilliant people from different areas, we’re exploring how to build a more sustainable society.”

In short, The Switch will put clean energy at scale on the agenda – in a serious and entertaining way! We want to educate, entertain and strengthen industry partnerships in order to accelerate the green shift.

The podcast will be published twice a month, with an estimated length of 30 minutes per episode.

Take your chance to be able to tell yourself you were a part of creating the Switch! 

To listen and subscrib, click this link: the Switch - The Switch

For more information, please contact:
Kristina Hagström-Ilievska CMO of Baseload Capital
kristina.hagstrom@baseloadcap.com

About Us

Baseload Capital is a specialized investment entity that funds the deployment of heat power worldwide. Our portfolio of companies in Iceland, Japan, Taiwan and the U.S. work with local communities and power companies to permit, build and commission heat power plants.

Heat power is an affordable form of renewable energy that can be harnessed from either geothermal resources or waste heat. By applying innovative financing structures to help our local operators build and run the heat power plants, Baseload Capital can help nations quickly transition away from fossil fuels and toward energy independence. The result will lead to more resilient societies and a planet in balance. 

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