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The ThinkEnergy podcast features conversations that focus on the fast-changing world of energy. We explore through a communications lens, some of the coolest trends, emerging technologies and latest innovations within the energy sector. We seek to understand how these game changers bring their ideas to market and demystify their concepts.

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May 25, 2020

Once upon a time…We all recognize these four little words, don’t we? It means a story is about to begin. Storytelling is one of the most powerful means that leaders and brands have to influence, teach, connect and inspire.
The energy sector is often misunderstood. Could it be that we are not using effective...


Mar 30, 2020

Technology has reshaped our lives. It’s radically changing how we learn, how we work, and has influenced our habits, behaviours and even values. In the midst of this shift, energy has become the backbone of digital infrastructure, which underlines the importance of evolving practices and business models within the...


Mar 16, 2020

With a nation-wide commitment to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 as well as an increase in climate change awareness, has eco-purchasing in Canada increased? In other words, are more people buying products and services that have less impact on the environment and human health? Dianna Miller, Chief of ENERGY...


Feb 3, 2020

Joseph Muglia isn’t your average Joe. In fact, he’s the Director of System Operations & Grid Automation at Hydro Ottawa. In this episode, Joseph joins Dan to talk about what happens behind the scenes when a storm approaches and how crews, on and off the field, are working hard to keep the power on – before, during...


Jan 27, 2020

Twenty per cent of all Canadians will likely develop a mental illness in their lifetime. It might be you. It might be your spouse, sibling, parent, child, friend or colleague.

Unfortunately, with the stigma around mental illness that still exists, people are much less likely to seek out help.

United Way and Hydro Ottawa...