Energy Policy Now offers clear talk on the issues that define our relationship with energy and its impact on society and the environment.
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|September 21, 2021||Can Americans Afford to Fully Electrify Their Homes?||Lucas Davis||A leading energy economist explores the cost of electrifying home heating, the top source of energy demand and carbon emissions in American homes.|
|April 20, 2021||Combating Energy Poverty in the U.S.||Tony Reames||One-third of American households struggle to pay for their basic energy needs. University of Michigan’s Tony Reames explores the role of policy in overcoming energy poverty.|
|January 30, 2020||Following Refinery Blast, Philadelphia Looks to a Cleaner Future||Mark Alan Hughes||Last June the largest oil refinery on the East Coast blew up. In the disaster’s wake, can the city of Philadelphia and its residents transition to a cleaner, more financially sound future?|
|April 3, 2018||Rising Seas and the Future of Coastal Cities||Billy Fleming, Jeff Goodell||As sea levels rise, nuisance flooding is the first wave of assault on coastal cities. Can we protect our coasts from inundation, or is retreat inevitable?|
|October 31, 2017||A City Blazes Its Clean Energy Trail||Adam Agalloco||A growing number of U.S. cities have set aggressive clean energy and efficiency targets, but the complexity and cost of energy transition can be daunting. Philadelphia’s Energy Manager offers insights into his city’s new plan to go 100% renewable and cut energy use.|
Podcast Producer & Host
Since the first season of our podcast series, Andy Stone has directed each episode of Energy Policy Now—defining topics, inviting guests, and leading informative conversations.
Energy Policy Now Host and Producer
Andy Stone is producer and host of Energy Policy Now, the Kleinman Center’s podcast series. He previously worked in business planning with PJM Interconnection and was a senior energy reporter at Forbes Magazine.