DNV GL launches ‘Face the Facts’

A new current affairs podcast about the energy transition

DNV GL launches ‘Face the Facts’

Today DNV GL, the world’s largest resource of independent energy experts, launching a new news and current affairs podcast, analysing the most significant global stories about the energy transition.

Face the Facts will give energy professionals, sustainability experts and journalists access to opinions and insights on the latest global news stories from the world’s leading energy experts within DNV GL and its global network.

“Energy companies around the world are living through a period of great change. The rise of renewables, the impact of new technologies and increased electrification is transforming the energy sector. At the same time, the climate emergency requires an acceleration in decarbonisation measures. These major challenges now facing the energy sector, societies and governments all over the world call for significant debate, so people everywhere are aware of the issues and informed on the facts. This is why we are launching our new podcast, Face the Facts, so people can tune in and listen to what DNV GL’s energy experts think about the news stories that surround us each week. We believe our insight and opinion will help audiences know and understand the real facts” .

said Lucy Craig, Vice President of Technology and Innovation at DNV GL – Energy.

Published weekly, in a short format designed to inform and inspire, each episode will bring the latest information on renewable energy technologies to a senior global audience – including content on the climate emergency, wind and solar, electric grids, electric vehicles, the power system, energy storage, management, financing, innovation and digitalization.

A team of senior speakers from across DNV GL’s global business will respond to live news stories and events each week, sharing their insights and opinions on the facts at the heart of the issue. In addition to this in-house team, the podcast will feature external speakers from business, academia and the media.