In this episode, Ted Bardacke and Marjorie Alexander cover:
- What is clean energy and how does it get to us?
- What is the future of renewable and carbon-free energy? Will we ever succeed from the grid?
- How can residents get access to clean energy in their area?
- What if there are no local utilities offering clean energy in my area?
About our Ted Bardacke:
Ted Bardacke, Executive Director of the Clean Power Alliance, has forged a unique career focusing on sustainable urbanism and economic development that spans three continents, including major stints in local government, non-profit organizations, journalism and academia.
Ted comes to the Alliance from the Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, where he was Director of Infrastructure and Deputy Director of the Mayor’s Sustainability Office. In those positions he was instrumental in both crafting and then implementing the city’s first-ever Sustainability Plan, with a particular emphasis on pursuing distributed systems in the electricity and water sectors, and utilizing mobility infrastructure to pursue low-carbon and ecologically beneficial outcomes.
From 2003 to 2013, Ted worked in the Green Urbanism Program at Global Green USA and during the 1990s was a foreign correspondent for the Financial Times of London, based in Mexico City and Bangkok. A graduate of Wesleyan University and the Graduate School of Architecture at Columbia University, Ted has been a Visiting Fellow at Mexico City’s Centro de Transporte Sustentable and is a permanent Lecturer in the Urban Planning Program at UCLA.
Connect with Ted Bardacke and Clean Power Alliance:
- Clean Power Alliance website: https://cleanpoweralliance.org
- Benefits of Clean Energy: https://cleanpoweralliance.org/about-us/#benefits
- Residential Rates: https://cleanpoweralliance.org/rate-options/residential-rates/
- Power Sources: https://cleanpoweralliance.org/about-us/power-sources/
- Clean/Green Jobs & Contracting Opportunities: https://cleanpoweralliance.org/get-involved/job-contracting-opportunities/
Suggested Resources from Ted: