Conversations with influential experts, academia, and organizations leading the way in sustainable business and clean technology.

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About Reimagined Energy Podcast

The world’s energy systems are undergoing unprecedented rapid transformation. These rapid changes call for new business models and raise issues related to technical integration challenges, outdated regulatory models and policies. Individuals, businesses and academia are reimagining the energy status quo. The general public are asking questions about climate change, why their utility bills are rising and how they can take action. 

By engaging experts in a neutral, fact-based discussion, Reimagined Energy stimulates your thoughts and creativity, points the way to new opportunities, and gives you a fresh perspective on the world’s most significant and fundamental industry.

Weekly Episodes

Once a week, we feature a new interview with influential experts, academia, and organizations leading the way in sustainability and clean technology. We’re talking (and educating) our way to net zero.

Short Length

Each episode is maximum 25 minutes in length. Our homework tells us this is the sweet spot for length. We’re all busy; we cut to the chase.

Video + Audio

The bonus is each episode is recorded using Riverside.FM (similar to Zoom). We’re on all the major podcast platforms. Being a video podcast allows for posting to YouTube, Reels, and TikTok.

An Engaged Audience

The Reimagined Energy Podcast was launched in April 2023, and since then, we have continued to gain momentum with new listeners and subscribers! Over 72,000 reached in Season One!

Where to Listen



The Reimagined Energy Podcast recognizes that we are in Halifax, or Kjipuktuk, in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and traditional lands of the Mi’kmaq people. We acknowledge the Peace & Friendship Treaties signed in this Territory and recognize that we are all Treaty People.
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