Energy Bite

Energy Bite
By Carnegie Mellon's Scott Institute for Energy Innovation
About this podcast
Energy Bite is a weekly 90-second podcast focused on energy technology, opportunities, and challenges related to every day life. It is produced by Carnegie Mellon University's Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation.
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Energy Bite

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Latest episodes
July 31, 2017
Our lifestyle is powered by energy, yet many of us know very little about it. In this week’s Energy Bite, a weekly 90-second radio module focused on energy technology, opportunities, and challenges related to everyday life, listeners will learn things, such as how a city keeps traffic moving in a black out and hear answers to quirky questions like: Should I use wood to heat my home? Just how smart are ‘smart meters’ anyway? Each episode, hosted by 90.5 WESA Pittsburgh and distributed by Public Radio Exchange (PRX), features interviews with energy experts from Carnegie Mellon University’s Scott Institute for Energy Innovation. Listeners can participate by asking the experts questions to explore in future episodes and by responding to polls linked to the stories. For more information visit www.energybite.org.
July 27, 2017
Our lifestyle is powered by energy, yet many of us know very little about it. In this week’s Energy Bite, a weekly 90-second radio module focused on energy technology, opportunities, and challenges related to everyday life, listeners will learn things, such as how a city keeps traffic moving in a black out and hear answers to quirky questions like: Should I use wood to heat my home? Just how smart are ‘smart meters’ anyway? Each episode, hosted by 90.5 WESA Pittsburgh and distributed by Public Radio Exchange (PRX), features interviews with energy experts from Carnegie Mellon University’s Scott Institute for Energy Innovation. Listeners can participate by asking the experts questions to explore in future episodes and by responding to polls linked to the stories. For more information visit www.energybite.org.
July 18, 2017
Our lifestyle is powered by energy, yet many of us know very little about it. In this week’s Energy Bite, a weekly 90-second radio module focused on energy technology, opportunities, and challenges related to everyday life, listeners will learn things, such as how a city keeps traffic moving in a black out and hear answers to quirky questions like: Should I use wood to heat my home? Just how smart are ‘smart meters’ anyway? Each episode, hosted by 90.5 WESA Pittsburgh and distributed by Public Radio Exchange (PRX), features interviews with energy experts from Carnegie Mellon University’s Scott Institute for Energy Innovation. Listeners can participate by asking the experts questions to explore in future episodes and by responding to polls linked to the stories. For more information visit www.energybite.org.
July 18, 2017
Our lifestyle is powered by energy, yet many of us know very little about it. In this week’s Energy Bite, a weekly 90-second radio module focused on energy technology, opportunities, and challenges related to everyday life, listeners will learn things, such as how a city keeps traffic moving in a black out and hear answers to quirky questions like: Should I use wood to heat my home? Just how smart are ‘smart meters’ anyway? Each episode, hosted by 90.5 WESA Pittsburgh and distributed by Public Radio Exchange (PRX), features interviews with energy experts from Carnegie Mellon University’s Scott Institute for Energy Innovation. Listeners can participate by asking the experts questions to explore in future episodes and by responding to polls linked to the stories. For more information visit www.energybite.org.
June 7, 2017
Our lifestyle is powered by energy, yet many of us know very little about it. In this week’s Energy Bite, a weekly 90-second radio module focused on energy technology, opportunities, and challenges related to everyday life, listeners will learn things, such as how a city keeps traffic moving in a black out and hear answers to quirky questions like: Should I use wood to heat my home? Just how smart are ‘smart meters’ anyway? Each episode, hosted by 90.5 WESA Pittsburgh and distributed by Public Radio Exchange (PRX), features interviews with energy experts from Carnegie Mellon University’s Scott Institute for Energy Innovation. Listeners can participate by asking the experts questions to explore in future episodes and by responding to polls linked to the stories. For more information visit www.energybite.org.
June 7, 2017
Our lifestyle is powered by energy, yet many of us know very little about it. In this week’s Energy Bite, a weekly 90-second radio module focused on energy technology, opportunities, and challenges related to everyday life, listeners will learn things, such as how a city keeps traffic moving in a black out and hear answers to quirky questions like: Should I use wood to heat my home? Just how smart are ‘smart meters’ anyway? Each episode, hosted by 90.5 WESA Pittsburgh and distributed by Public Radio Exchange (PRX), features interviews with energy experts from Carnegie Mellon University’s Scott Institute for Energy Innovation. Listeners can participate by asking the experts questions to explore in future episodes and by responding to polls linked to the stories. For more information visit www.energybite.org.
May 17, 2017
What is a smart grid? On this week’s Energy Bite, Richard Huntsinger, a recent PhD graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, has some answers.
May 17, 2017
Forecasting electricity demand is difficult. But, why is it so hard? On this week’s Energy Bite, Richard Huntsinger, a recent PhD graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, has some answers.
May 16, 2017
How do electricity providers forecast electricity demand? On this week’s Energy Bite, Richard Huntsinger, a recent PhD graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, has some answers.
May 8, 2017
Have you ever wondered why electric providers predict electricity demand? On this week’s Energy Bite, Richard Huntsinger, a recent PhD graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, has some answers.