Our EE Podcast Attracting Nearly 4,000 Downloads/ Podcast

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EE Podcast Gains in Popularity

Our Energy Efficiency Markets Podcast is attracting nearly 4,000 downloads for its most popular podcasts.

That’s up to 4,000 downloads for a  single popular podcast, over a 3-month period.

For example, one of the most popular podcasts, “New Technology Helps Cut Fuel Costs, Emissions, in Trucks,” had 3,700 downloads in three months.

You can check it out here: http://microgridknowledge.com/new-technology-helps-cut-fuel-costs-emissions-trucks/

Interestingly, that podcast was not wildly shared on social media.

Another popular podcast, “Do Smart Meters Provide Criminals with a Route into Homes,” was downloaded 3,037 times over a 3-month period. You can listen here: http://microgridknowledge.com/smart-meters-provide-route-attacks-homeowners/

Also popular are podcasts about energy storage, including this podcast:


Our Energy Efficiency Markets Podcast began in 2008, before we launched this website. It was an experiment, and our voice-over, music, and technical advice all came from a high school student and family member who is a musician. We’ve since spiffed it up a bit, adding a new voice-over and new ways of recording.

You can participate in Energy Efficiency Markets Podcast in a number of ways. First of all, if you’d like to sponsor a podcast–meaning we’d insert your ad into one or more podcast episodes–email Kevin@EnergyEfficiencyMarkets.com.

If you’d like to suggest a podcast idea, email Lisa@EnergyEfficiencyMarkets.com

And…we’re always open to suggestions for how to make our podcasts better. A few years ago, a listener complained he could hear our podcast host typing while interviewing, and we eliminated that background noise! Please send along your ideas, suggestions, comments, complaints, and compliments to Lisa@EnergyEficiencyMarkets.com.

Free Resource from Microgrid Knowledge Library

Energy Storage
Energy Storage in Smart Microgrids
All power systems also require the capability to balance, in real time, differences between load demand and generator output. This balancing capability—which keeps system frequency at the level where it’s designed to operate—is critical to ensure the stability and reliability of the overall power system, for both centralized power grids as well as microgrids. In a centralized grid, fossil-fuel-fired generating plants typically will ramp up or down to ensure demand and generation output remains in balance.
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