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Grid Brief Goes to Hollywood
Our movie debut!
Grid Brief Goes to Hollywood!
First and foremost, I want to thank you for reading Grid Brief. You make this whole endeavor possible. It is a profound joy to bring the most relevant energy news and insightful analyses I can to you each day.
Secondly, I’m in a movie! Sort of! Long-time energy journalist and multiple-time author Robert Bryce has just released a docu-series on the state of the American electrical grid called Juice: Power, Politics, and the Grid.
I’m in good company as a talking head with author Meredith Angwin, nuclear power advocate Madi Hilly, energy analyst Mark Nelson, and many more. You can watch the series for free here:
The final episode of the series is named after my phrase for nuclear power plants: Industrial Cathedrals.
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