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  1. BVP 1 - Wind Farm Valuations

    The first BVP Investments Podcast is hosted by the newest member of the BVP team, Ray O’Neill is former Head of Sustainability at AIB.

    In this podcast Ray interviews John Harney from New Energy Chartered Accountants. John is a veteran of the renewable finance sector in Ireland. Before he set up New Energy Chartered Accountants John held project finance roles at Bord na Mona, Grant Thornton and AIB.

    The topic of this podcast is valuating existing wind farms. It’s an evolving area as the new I-SEM and REFIT changes come in, impacting how generators are modelling new imbalance and trading costs.

    What topics would you like to hear discussed in our upcoming Podcasts?

    Let us know here.

    https://www.bvp.ie/bvp-podcast-episode-1/

    —Huffduffed by oconnord

  2. BVP 2 - Corporate demand for green energy | EII investment funds | EIIS investment funds | EIIS investments

    The BVP Investments Podcast is hosted by Ray O’Neill. In this podcast Ray interviews Tom Popple from Natural Capital Partners. Tom is a Senior Manager, Climate Change and Sustainability for NCP and works with some of the largest companies in the world creating solutions that deliver immediate, measurable and positive impacts for the environment, for society and for business.

    The topic of this podcast is Corporate Ireland and the demand for green energy. It’s an evolving area that encompasses Guarantees of Origin and other green certs,  the much talked about corporate Power Purchase Agreements, best practice from overseas and much more.

    What topics would you like to hear discussed in our upcoming Podcasts?

    Let us know here.

    https://www.bvp.ie/bvp-podcast-episode-2/

    —Huffduffed by oconnord

  3. BVP 3 - Blockchain

    The BVP Investments podcast is hosted by Ray O’Neill. In this podcast Ray interviews Mark Hamilton from Solo Energy. Mark’s company is pushing the boundaries in at least two if not three industries all at once.

    First off they are disrupting the energy markets by financing battery packs for home owners and supplying homes with 100% green energy. They are also aggregating the storage to generate revenues from demand side management supporting a higher roll-out of renewable energy.

    Secondly they enabling consumers to become producers (prosumers!), recording sales of energy to neighbours, schools and back to the grid, peer to peer, using blockchain as the distributed and secure ledger.

    Lastly, they are funding their initial expansion plans using an ICO, an initial coin offering, the equivalent of an IPO in the crypto currency markets.

    What topics would you like to hear discussed in our upcoming Podcasts?

    Let us know here.

    https://www.bvp.ie/bvp-podcast-episode-2-2/

    —Huffduffed by oconnord

  4. BVP 4 - Light As A Service - LaaS®

    The BVP Investments podcast is hosted by Ray O’Neill. In this podcast Ray interviews Kevin Maughan from UrbanVolt. Kevin’s company is providing a real service to companies, saving 70% on lighting costs, minimising disruption to the business and taking on all the risk of performance ak.a. LaaS®

    Listen to Kevin talk about the expansion plans, the next “as-a-service” offering and more.

    What topics would you like to hear discussed in our upcoming Podcasts?

    Let us know here.

    https://www.bvp.ie/bvp-podcast-episode-4/

    —Huffduffed by oconnord

  5. BVP 5 - Ray O Neill & David Connolly from IWEA

    This BVP Investments podcast is hosted by Ray O’Neill. In this podcast Ray interviews David Connolly, CEO of the Irish Wind Energy Association (IWEA). David talks about Ireland in 2030 and what our country could achieve if we put our collective minds to it.

    In this podcast a range of topics are covered, from the efficiency of EVs and heat pumps, to the savings Irish consumers could be in for if we deployed more renewable energy and smarter/more flexible systems.

    Listen to David talk about the vast resource Ireland has, the outcomes of the latest ENERGY 2030 VISION report that IWEA had commissioned and how iSEM’s design will play it’s part in the transition. IWEA has just released their Community Engagement Strategy which may also be of interest.

    What topics would you like to hear discussed in our upcoming Podcasts?

    Let us know here.

    https://www.bvp.ie/bvp-podcast-episode-4-2/

    —Huffduffed by oconnord

  6. BVP 7 - Norman Crowley Solving the Energy Efficiency Rubix

    In this podcast Ray interviews Norman Crowley, founder and CEO of Crowley Carbon. Norman talks about growing an energy efficiency company to more than 100 staff, opening offices in the US and Brazil, why big-Corp has switched on to energy efficiency and how his foundation is about to roll out Cool Planet experiences around the world. Not to be missed.

    What topics would you like to hear discussed in our upcoming Podcasts?

    Let us know here.

    https://www.bvp.ie/bvp-podcast-episode-7/

    —Huffduffed by oconnord

  7. BVP 8- Nissan Leaf

    The BVP Investments Podcast is hosted by Ray O’Neill. In this podcast Ray discusses with Michael Coghlan, from Nissan’s Zero emissions team, the new Nissan Leaf 40KW. Ray drives the leaf himself and both Ray and Michael discuss the “wow” factor it has and the roller coaster ride it delivers in terms of acceleration off the lights.

    The guys cover grants and other financial incentives available, long range journeys they have done, the semi-autonomous features of the car and more.

    What topics would you like to hear discussed in our upcoming Podcasts?

    Let us know here.

    https://www.bvp.ie/bvp-podcast-episode-8/

    —Huffduffed by oconnord

  8. BVP 9 - What’s cooler than bein’ cool?

    The BVP Investments Podcast is hosted by Ray O’Neill. In this podcast Ray talks to Vicky Brown, CEO of the Cool Planet Experience.

    Ray and Vicky talk about the genesis of the cool plant experience, the traction to date, recruitment of local champions and the roll-out of more CPEs around the world.

    What topics would you like to hear discussed in our upcoming Podcasts?

    Let us know here.

    https://www.bvp.ie/bvp-podcast-episode-9/

    —Huffduffed by oconnord

  9. RTE Drivetime - Broadband in Rural Ireland

    For nearly 15 years rural Ireland has been promised high speed broadband……..the promises has been renewed again by this Government who say every home in Ireland will now have high speed connectivity by 2022. David McCourt spoke to Drivetime.

    —Huffduffed by oconnord

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