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Sustainable Idaho: Net Zero Microgrids with Tim McJunkin

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This week we continue our feature on INL and their work related to clean energy. Our episode today is all about reducing carbon emissions, as we speak to Tim McJunkin, a distinguished researcher at Idaho National Laboratory, who is heading up a program to develop micro grid technology incorporating clean energy sources. The program is the summation of several individual projects which are guided by leading scientists at the Idaho National Laboratory. McJunkin also discusses INL's clean energy goals moving forward alongside the reasoning for net-zero as a goal.

Avery Frazier is an undergraduate student at Idaho State University and is currently pursuing a degree in clinical psychology with the hopes to obtain advanced degrees in the field. Her passion for sustainability stems from her earliest years, most of which were spent in the mountains of Idaho with her father. Her favorite topics in sustainability include clean energy, environmental cleanup, and low-waste practices.
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EPISODES PRIOR TO JUNE 2021