PODCAST: Everything SPI, climate protests and what’s next for nuclear?

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Energy Storage News editor Andy Colthorpe reports back from Solar Power International 2019 in Salt Lake City, where bifacial panels were, predictably, all the rage. Meanwhile, Solar Media's editor in chief Liam Stoker discusses what's next for nuclear after EDF's latest Hinkley Point C update, and the two reflect on an important week for the climate crisis as Greta Thunberg inspires global protests, as well as the ire of a handful of detractors.

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