ELECTRIC! - The Future of Energy

ELECTRIC! - The Future of Energy

Electric! is an immersive six-episode podcast written by NYT bestselling author Francesca Cavallo and hosted by inventor Andini Makosinski, that takes you to the places where we produce one of our most precious resources: energy. This podcast is an original production of Undercats and it’s proudly supported by Enel Green Power. - Follow Undercats: undercats.com instagram.com/undercatsmedia


November 30, 2022 16 min
What will the world be like in 2050, if we honor the Paris agreement?

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There is a gas that is extremely abundant in nature, that can generate three times as much energy as methane when burned, and that also doesn’t produce environmentally harmful emissions after combustion but releases water instead: it’s hydrogen, the key to reducing emissions for the sectors that can’t be easily electrified.
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November 16, 2022 15 min
This journey starts with 1,000-year-old Persian windmills and takes us to the troposphere where we float along flying power plants. When the wind of change blows, we better fly our kites as high as possible!
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November 9, 2022 13 min
This journey through the geysers of Iceland and into the warm depths of the Earth gives us the chance to reflect on the infinite, free resources the planet makes available to us every day. By focusing on resources that are naturally abundant, we can let go of the “infinite growth” mindset and create a world that is focused on distribution rather than accumulation.

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November 2, 2022 14 min
The incredible discovery that the sun's rays cause electrical effects on certain liquids dates back to 1839. From then to the invention and widespread use of solar panels, the Earth has circled the Sun hundreds of times. It took time but wars and economic crises have made it increasingly clear that choosing renewable energy also means choosing peace and democracy. The sun is the ultimate democratic resource because no country c...
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October 26, 2022 14 min
1825 was the year when the streetlamps of Paris were no longer lit by lamplighters, one by one, but were finally connected to a centralized system and powered by a gas made from coal, making the French capital known as "ville lumiere," the "city of light." For many years coal was considered a godsend, but today we must do everything we can to divest from it. Why?
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October 18, 2022 1 min
Electric! is a six-episode podcast created by NYT bestselling author Francesca Cavallo and hosted by award-winning inventor Andini Makosinski, that takes you to the places where we produce one of our most precious resources: energy.

Through fascinating stories and cinematic sound design, each of the six episodes explores one of the sources from which we humans derive energy: coal, sun, wind, earth, and hydrogen, leading to an exciti...
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