Houston, often touted as the Energy Capital of the world, is rapidly transforming into the clean energy capital of the United States, spearheading the renewable revolution. In this special Tactical Tuesday, Nico engages in insightful conversations with industry leaders who shed light on the city’s transformative initiatives.
Jeff Tolnar, President & interim CEO of Shoals Technologies Group, shares his unique perspective on the energy transition, gained from attending the oil and gas-centric conference, CERAWeek, as well as his past experience from previous industries such as telecom and the similarities he sees within Renewables today. They highlight the increasing representation of renewables and the importance of ecosystem thinking in optimizing efficiency across the energy value chain.
In the second segment, Nico speaks with Jane Stricker, Senior Vice President, Energy Transition at Greater Houston Partnership & Executive Director, Houston Energy Transition Initiative (HETI), as they unveil the collaborative efforts driving Houston’s clean energy transformation. She shares insights into the thriving clean tech startup scene and the city’s impressive growth in attracting manufacturing, resources and talent.
This Tactical Tuesday explores Houston’s rise as the capital of the clean energy transition, showcasing its importance in hosting CERAWeek by S&P Global and the transformative work of HETI. Tune in to discover how Houston is leading the way in the clean energy revolution, why it should be pinned on your map, and how it serves as a blueprint for how other cities can follow suit.
To our podcast listeners, I HIGHLY encourage you to watch this episode on YouTube, so that you can walk the CERAWeek show floors with me and see the energy brewing at the conference.