What is the true impact of “green” sources of energy? Have you considered what happens to your 500lb car battery when its life is over? The world is changing fast, and the discussion around our primary sources of energy will play a big part in shaping our future. In this episode, Ron Stein joins Mike Mauceli to discuss the future of our electric dependencies, and whether it’s really worth the tradeoff.
00:00 – Intro
02:38 – What kind of solutions should we be looking at for our future energy needs?
06:13 – Does the American majority really want electric vehicles?
09:12 – What does ‘end-of-life’ look like for wind turbines and other green sources of energy?
12:30 – Does the added weight of electric vehicles impact the condition of our roads?
16:35 – Why don’t we talk about the cost of green energy?
19:42 – What about nuclear energy?
25:45 – Who or what is behind all the ineffective green policies?
30:30 – Let’s take the conversation back.
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