© 2019 by Titans of Nuclear. Produced by the Energy Impact Center: www.energyimpactcenter.org

Nuclear Fellow, University of Idaho

In this episode we discuss...

  • How Emma’s personal experiences abroad developed her interest in energy issues

  • Her dual participation in both technical research and social advocacy

  • How she got involved in Mothers for Nuclear and focus of Students for Nuclear

  • She discusses the relationship between INL and the several local universities

  • Developing a model in the nuclear fuel model simulator Cyclus

  • Then we do a deep dive into Cyclus itself and Emma’s efforts to evolve this model to incorporate a hybrid energy ecosystem as well

  • How she sees the role hybrid energy systems play in transforming the world

  • She also shares with us  an amazing perspective on what happens holistically when we make energy cheaper

Emma Redfoot