The Biden administration wants the transition to electric vehicles to pick up speed. But there are some big road bumps, including the nation’s fragmented charging situation. Llewellyn King discusses this transition with the Edison Electric Institute’s Emily Fisher, Kellen Schefter and Kwame Canty.
Llewellyn King discusses how the big infrastructure buildout will be driven by digitization and 5G with Jeffrey DeCoux, Chairman, Autonomy Institute; Morgan O’Brien, Executive Chairman, Anterix.
Llewellyn King discusses the great reset that is taking place in America, and in tandem with President Biden’s infrastructure plan, with Co-host Linda Gasparello and Bill Loveless, co-host of the Columbia Energy Exchange podcast.
Llewellyn King and Oved Amitay, president and CEO of the Solve ME/CFS Initiative, talk about Long Haul Covid and its relationship to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, another hard-to-diagnose, debilitating disease, and the government role in research.
Llewellyn King discusses why China’s monopoly on rare earths is a critical national infrastructure risk with John Kutsch, executive director of the Thorium Energy Alliance and David Zaikin, CEO of Key Elements Group.
Tony Medina, Howard University professor of creative writing, a funny, passionate and awfully good author and poet, is interviewed by Llewellyn King.
Llewellyn King and Lawrence Jones, vice president of international programs at the Edison Electric Institute, discuss global electricity, and resilience after Texas.
Llewellyn King and author Lee W. Huebner discuss the 20th-century American fathers of fake news and their impact.
Llewellyn King discusses the flash mobbing of Wall Street and Washington with Sinan Aral, director of the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, and economist Jarrod Hazelton.