POWER Video Archive
What an Actual Drone Inspection Video Looks Like
Prepared to accompany our April 2016 cover story on drones and robots in power plant operations and maintenance, this video shows actual footage from a drone inspection of a New Mexico wind farm. View Video
POWER’s Editor Interviewed About Carbon Capture and Sequestration
In November 2015, POWER Editor Gail Reitenbach gave a luncheon keynote presentation at the Carbon Management Technology Conference on SaskPower’s Boundary Dam 3 carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) project. In this post-presentation interview, she talks about the role of CCS for the power industry. View Video
POWER presents ELECTRIC POWER Conference & Exhibition
As the official event of POWER magazine, the ELECTRIC POWER Conference & Exhibition is a platform for power generation companies to come together in one place to address current industry trends and the challenges confronting power plant professionals today. It’s a chance to go beyond the pages of POWER and interact with key stakeholders. View Video
Demos of Emerging Battery Technologies
POWER interviewed Scott Elrod, VP and Director, Hardware Systems Laboratory and Cleantech Innovation Program at PARC, about how the company is applying printing technologies to the manufacture of battery electrodes to increase energy and power densities for most battery chemistries. In another project, PARC researchers are developing a fiber optic monitoring system that could provide detailed information about the internal condition of batteries. This approach would have potential application to a variety of battery and other technologies, including wind turbine blades, generators, and engines. (Video by Managing Editor Gail Reitenbach. Recorded at ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit, Feb. 26, 2013.)
Tour the multiple-award-winning combined heat and power plant at the University of California, San Diego
POWER magazine visited the University of California, San Diego in July 2010 to learn how the campus is implementing a smart grid and why its CHP plant has won so many awards. Take a video tour of the plant. For more on this model energy center, watch for the feature story in an upcoming issue of POWER.
Power industry executives talk about the proposed American Power Act
Listen to power industry executives talk about:
1) their support for the U.S. Senate’s proposed American Power Act,
2) their explanation of why the legislation is needed, and
3) multiple reasons, in addition to climate science, to support the legislation.
Recorded during the roundtable at ELECTRIC POWER 2010, May 18, 2010.
Nobel Prize Winner Talks to POWER about Climate Change
Listen to POWER’s May 18 interview with Dr. Nebojsa Nakicenovic of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (which shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with Al Gore Jr.) and his answer to the question of why policy makers and power producers should take action now to develop a lower-carbon power portfolio.
Energy Secretary Chu on Renewables and Climate Change
Dr. Steven Chu talked about energy efficiency and solar power with The Washington Post on April 15 (6 mins.). He spoke with Charlie Rose on March 9 (35 mins.) about the role of the DOE, renewables, nuclear power, the grid, and signs that smart young people are once again considering science careers.
New Energy Secretary Shares His Views
In this Jan. 15, 2009, video, Dr. Steven Chu shares his views on climate change, the need for a smart grid, a Manhattan Project type of energy program, and more.
Listen to Obama’s Pick for Energy Secretary
Learn about Steven Chu’s background, interests, and views by watching the video of his lecture, “The World’s Energy Problem and What We Can Do About it,” given in October 2007 at the Gustavus Adolphus College Nobel Conference.
Power Industry CEO
Roundtable Discussion at ELECTRIC POWER 2008 Listen to what American Electric Power Chairman, President, and CEO Michael Morris had to say about the likely effects of climate change legislation at the 2008 ELECTRIC POWER Conference’s Power Industry CEO Roundtable. Watch Video >>