Going Green is excited to invite Jordan Ramer, the CEO and Founder of EV Connect, onto the podcast to discuss the future of electric vehicles
Going Green had the chance to learn more about Lina Constantinovici, and her vision of generational wealth and sustainability.
Going Green talked with Phillip Everitt, Commercial Area Manager at Ygrene Energy Fund, to learn about investing in sustainability.
Going Green had the chance to sit down with Dr. Kat Donnelly, the CEO of AZENTIVE, to learn more about indoor lights that replicate the sun.
Going Green talks to Rubina Singh, Principal Mobility Technologist, to discuss the convergence of the energy and transport industries.
Going Green sat down with Elizabeth Perez, Navy Veteran Turned Clean Energy Entrepreneur to discuss all of the work she is doing.
Going Green host Dylan Welch had the opportunity to sit down with the legendary founder of North Face, Hap Klopp on a recent podcast episode of Going Green. Hap talks about how he left corporate America to start his own company, a sustainable clothing company, and how he scaled it up to be worth billions of dollars. Check out this episode and listen to Hap’s experience building North Face – a billion dollar sustainable company.
Going Green had the change to talk with Colleen Jansen, Marketing Strategist at ChargePoint, to discuss the world’s largest charging network.
Going Green talked to Brad Dockser, the CEO and Co-Founder of Green Generation, to talk about a sustainable real estate revolution.
Going Green takes a moment to highlight the women in cleantech, and sat down with Caroline Trowbridge, Project Manager at Metrus Energy.