This week we have Meredith Angwin on the podcast. She was a chemist that worked on projects that lowered pollution and increased reliability on the weakening electric grid. She is also a massive advocate for nuclear energy and more recently she's the author of Shorting the Grid: the Hidden Fragility of our Electric Grid.
Andrew and Juan sit down with Meredith to discuss the role nuclear has in the modern energy transition discussion and its relation with solar, wind, hydro, and fossil-based energy including some of the myths that surround each fuel type.
Read more about Meredith and her work on her website: meredithangwin.com
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