Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Green university leagues and energy storage

Episode 76 of edie's Sustainable Business Covered podcast features interviews with the University of Gloucestershire's director of sustainability Dr Alex, Ryan on topping a green university league, EDF Energy on a new storage master series as well as a chat with company Xerox's vice president for environment, health, safety and sustainability Wendi Latko.

edie brings you three exclusive interviews across public, private and specialist firms

edie brings you three exclusive interviews across public, private and specialist firms

The latest edie podcast sees senior reporter Sarah George travel to the University of Gloucestershire, which was recently named as the most sustainable university in the UK, coming top in the People and Planet League. Sarah speaks to Dr Alex Ryan, Director of Sustainability to get under the hood of a thriving sustainability strategy.

Following that, content editor Matt Mace interviews podcast sponsor EDF Energy, with the firm’s director of energy solutions Vincent de Rul, to discuss energy storage for business in a net-zero world ahead of EDF Energy and edie’s energy storage masterclass.

Finally, we hear from printing company Xerox’s vice president for environment, health, safety and sustainability Wendi Latko on a new Defra-led initiative bringing together businesses, NGOs and policymakers in a joint ambition to making the UK's information technology (IT) sector more sustainable.

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