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Stanford's Ram Rajagopal: Today's Grid Wouldn't Support All EV Society

Mark Levin

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Stanford's Ram Rajagopal: Today's Grid Wouldn't Support All EV Society

"Let's say we were to have a substantial number of electric vehicles charging at home as everybody dreams Says ram Raja Paul and associate Professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford Co authored a recent study looking at the strain electrical vehicle adoption is expected to place when the peregrine He told Yahoo finance today's grid may not be able to support it all boils down to Are you charging during the time solar powers on In Sacramento officials said California great could face a potential shortfall of roughly 1700 megawatts Which would affect the power supply between one and 4 million people this summer That number would likely be exacerbated by an additional short for fall of 5000 megawatts In the case of extreme heat and further fire damage to existing power lines

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"stanford co" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:07 min | 2 months ago

"stanford co" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"At home as everybody dreams Says ram Raja Paul and associate Professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford Co authored a recent study looking at the strain electrical vehicle adoption is expected to place when the peregrine He told Yahoo finance today's grid may not be able to support it all boils down to Are you charging during the time solar powers on In Sacramento officials said California great could face a potential shortfall of roughly 1700 megawatts Which would affect the power supply between one and 4 million people this summer That number would likely be exacerbated by an additional short for fall of 5000 megawatts In the case of extreme heat and further fire damage to existing power lines Well if 1700 megawatts affects between one and 4 million people Three times that amount affects between 3 million 12 million people They learn in the nation's most populous state highlighted that delegate dance utility companies face and managing warming temperatures with tightening energy supplies the country moves rapidly away from fossil fuel generation to meet ambitious targets seem to drastically reducing emissions And when these brownouts and blackouts come guess who will be screaming at the top of their lungs like coyotes Cancer will be barking In blaming the private sector you got it The marxists and the Democrat party It's not their policies they cause inflation It's not their policy driving up prices No no no It's not their policies resulting in baby formula shortages and shortages of other foods Now no It's the private sector big fill in the blank California set out to become a leader in the green transition aiming to rid its electrical grid in all carbon sources by 2045 The state is already the nation's top producer solar geothermal and biomass energy With renewables accounting for more than 30% of the energy generated in the strait whip they do And Brown out some blackouts But as California creates a template for other states to follow God forbid The professor says it also exposing some critical gaps that are likely to strain the power grid in the race to net zero especially in the transportation sector with the acceleration of electric vehicle adoption is already underway And this is what the media never do They never put these people to the test At least politicians on on Sunday they have them on constantly They gone on about we need to have zero this and zero that and use electricity Where does electricity come from Globally the number of electric vehicles is expected to swell from 7 million.

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"stanford co" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"stanford co" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Let's get back this amazing episode all right next on the program. We're going talk about the most inefficient part of our society. Yes the government and another absolutely boring topic sas software but we've got a very unique founder. Who is trying to solve that problem as we all know government is wasting all of our money constantly and they are running on systems that are decades old. In many cases we are fully in the software space three or four generations ahead of our government and we keep getting taxed more and they keep doing less for us. Efficiency in government is a disaster and my guest. Today co founded. A company called open. Gove his name zach and welcome to the program zach. Thanks for having me. Jason really honored to be here now. Joe lonsdale is your co founder. If i understand correctly correct. Yeah fantastic nine. Years ago joe and two amazing young technologists from stanford co-founded open gov with the crazy courageous naive vision that we could power more effective and accountable government. And we're building the all cloud all integrated erp for our nation state and local governments. So we're opening up. The back office bringing efficiency accountability transparency. To all these really complicated workflows that that that touch our daily lives explained to the audience doesn't know what is an er system so open gov offers budgeting and planning software minneapolis. Defunding police department using our software tucson. Arizona richmond virginia in suffolk county. New york can think of that. As ripping out the old oracle hyperion from from government we sell financial management systems. This is all the accounting and tracking. Where all the money goes all the assets how they're recorded right down to the paper clips and then permitting licensing code enforcement what we call our citizens services sweet so if you want to get a business just to be clear as enterprise resource planning enterprise resource planning and in government. It's all these transactions and transactional workflows that very few people think about but they actually bang their heads against the wall in the government and as residents so procurement and permiting in financials and budgeting and we put it all in our reporting transparency platform. So that's that's it in a nutshell and so explain to me into the audience. What is the example. That is most common when you go into a government agency are you going into city. States towns. The federal government. Who's the target here. And then what would be the first two or three three things they would do when they turn on the software so think about the the mine run of the cities and counties and towns that we all grew up in there are about three thousand counties in the united states thousand nine thousand cities towns. There's actually another fifteen thousand townships there's about twenty thousand state agencies. Many are too small to pay serious money for high-quality web based software and a few are so big they just want to hire the accenture 's and deloittes of the world in custom build things but everything below the new york city's in la county's and everything above the little three-horse towns wyoming. We conserve with this incredible sas platform and so we help governments plan where every dollar goes said. It's a major anti-corruption device but they have to budgets and they have to get input from the community. And it's.

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"stanford co" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:30 min | 2 years ago

"stanford co" Discussed on KGO 810

"A special thing this is an extraordinary teacher obviously I mean she's not just some you know I mean this is the New Hope no no no no it's not well let me just to get to the end because it and she finished it up and it's a tradition is at every pops every year they bring the seniors out on stage each senior tells the crowd where they've accepted their college there the next step and then each one gets a rose and so she at the end of the video she says all right seniors pause this video and go to your front door and Kelsey just stood up and ran to the door and at each seniors out doorstep was a rose and a special note that she somehow was able to drop off at every kid's house and we were bawling because choir means so much to Kelsey it's a community for her and not just school and Mrs Walker's you know it's just been such a a special teacher for her in her life and she's had some you know health struggles over the past couple of years and Jane Mrs Walker's has been just been amazing it's teacher appreciation week to sign an excuse to sing her praises but just not sure if I can answer it was a great idea and as I say she is obviously an extraordinary person an extraordinary teacher to go to that kind of trouble and I'll say this last thing and then I do want to move on I love you W. for your art will say this though that the music programs choir programs at the arch in school matter beyond just the music and the arts that they teach out they complete people and all for a gross to the mind in ways that have been demonstrably shown okay if you go back and look at the development kit that's just I'm not saying you the next Broadway star the next a singing star any of that comes from this program the next great painters sculptors whatever but those programs they enrich the minds of these young people and one of the problems is that of course those I'm frankly you're not getting the funding that the first programs that suffer when funding is cut yeah so anyway she's very lucky to have that program exist an obvious this extraordinary person who's leading it so very very cool over the yeah the font on some of the songs as well we may not be able to physically perform together this video is a reminder that we are still a community that we've always been even from afar and I thought that was pretty special very very special I'm getting a plus absolutely you're gonna hate you in in a six minutes I posted on my Facebook page if you want to check it out but it's yes I was looking for a cut down version because I don't have six minutes practically put you think I am a very very busy a lot of stuff going on six Medicare a lot of changes to roll through this let's write them all down by this is the changes in the bay area so we gotta we gotta get on it because this is that it's it's all now let's break it all down by checking in with today in the base year and consider this morning some of these changes are limited so we kind of gradually have to step through them that's right definitely don't let your guard down more you know just yeah Laura don't let your guard down your your somebody let your guard down a lot lower I've noticed more you know just follow these orders and I know it's tempting but here's the best advice here's the gist for most counties in the bay area these are the changes construction will be allowed of social distancing rules are in place real estate transactions also with new rules in place number we have a construction worker called us a couple weeks ago and say this is ridiculous you know hot were not considered essential and we got to get back to work well now he'll be back to work personally nurseries landscaping allowed with social distancing and some day cares and summer camps limited to twelve children with social distancing as with the construction site getting them back to normal will be a little more complicated it won't be normal inside from the San Francisco's premier office towers managers have been organizing how crews will work under modified Kobe nineteen prevention conditions along with construction realtors are having to follow new rules to show home to get into the building's elevators you know you can only get three or four people in an elevator no that's a good point if you're trying to get people literally to the place of these virtual real estate tours are really helpful but if you're trying to go see the place in person or show the place in person yeah you have to work out the social distancing activists for social distancing so there's there's definitely going to be challenges around that need a mandate is that we can show home virtually and if it's not feasible to show virtually we can do in person showings provided that one agent only is allowed to enter a house with up to two people from the same sheltering household among other businesses that will be allowed to reopen car washes gyms will remain close dog parks and playgrounds are still off limits and you can't schedule any play dates for your kids even though Sunday care are opening in a limited capacity that had to be weird you can't schedule play dates but you know the the schools are open some of them with you know limited numbers of kids all the numbers are not all that small aids for your kids even though Sunday care are opening in a limited capacity and don't rush your favorite restaurant because there is no open seating at the tables but you still can order takeout and back here live if you are heading out for recreational purposes remember do not mix families reporting live I'm sure I could see that backs teacher in conservative thank you and thank you NBC bay area for that that does break it down in fairly simple ways but you can see that there's also an aspect of this which is gonna have to do with enforcement right no doubt no doubt and in in some cases people are not going to want to open up there I mean they have the option if you're of say a landscaper are you own a nursery what have you I mean there there may be cases where people just don't want to bring their employees back and put them at risk of catching call the nineteen yeah of course you're right and that's a point of been making from the very beginning it's like not always a question of of of whether the orders in place or not the question of whether people are confident enough yeah I'm feeling secure enough to go out into whatever establishment it is our turn into whatever activity it is I didn't realize though how much a part of day care hi it is of the economy and and how much the economy depends on daycare right I mean obviously that point has been made by governor Gavin Newsom and they are opening up these pop up childcare centers all over California for some of the first responders and healthcare workers and things like that but gosh think about that I mean it in order to get the economy moving again we have to get the daycare the moving again and in order to do that you got a social distance so I think it's good that they're rolling out these rules to keeps the same twelve people died in twenty twelve kids together and social distancing at the same time but I think it's gonna take a lot of staff members as well yeah if there is it's good and and we're moving tentatively what's happening nationwide is some version of this some some of these versions are very aggressive yeah you know essentially opening everything up and some are much more tentative but the or even more conservative yes Sir but I I think that we'll have to see as the next month or so develops what kind of spike we have an infection that's it as I said before the number of people are going to be infected is not really changed by any of these state homeowners the the array at which people are infected that does change so we're essentially trying to protect the health care system note down from from things just flying off the scale all workers at the Santa Cruz hospital was my favorite story of the day by the way massive donation that god it was an anonymous donation for their work during the pandemic an anonymous note left at dignity health Dominican hospital with a one million dollar donation well you can leave me out of that I don't have him take me if you're considering that maybe it was something I did the note read thank you for standing up and staying up to care for our community this human kindness is what makes you have a relic the gift was entirely for employees so full time staff get eight hundred dollars each and part timers get six hundred dollars each and so it's not great yeah yeah I mean it's not just for that particular hospital but if you're a healthcare worker in your hearing somebody give a donation like that I mean how cool is that it's tough enough to to lift your spirits in your morale of course of course you terrific and then you know that's the best of people you have this thank goodness there's a little because we're all just looking at all the good news that you see some jerk who wears a KKK hood while grocery shopping near San Diego yeah officials are responding after photos circulating on social media over the weekend apparently show a man wearing a make shift klu Klux Klan hood while grocery shopping at vons in a San Diego suburb I'm gonna statement city officials expressed outrage and said the man's entire depicted a symbol of hatred the citizens involves employees took steps to address the situation is the quote from the mayor of San T. many thanks to all who stepped forward to curtail the sad reminder of intolerance it's just amazing and the guys wearing literally a you know a KKK one of those you know white things with the yeah the pointed tip oh gosh just discuss it really do you have to in without my confusion with the Santa Cruz hospital employees getting the you know because I want people to embrace the sadness and negativity that's out there Brad we did just get a text in a text line it says a beautiful brat thank you for sharing the very best for your daughter and your family you and your wife was the amazing parents that's from Carol our people here with sweet stuff right now yeah maybe you and Carol should do your own show together I'm gonna just go into my room does appear and sit under the bed and talk about bad news it when we come back about some cocaine give a cocaine story in your I didn't think so I found one okay let's just a little diversion nothing to do with cover nineteen Bottomley are we talking to a Stanford CO Stanford hospital about a re emerging from covert nineteen and starting up surgeries there at Stanford that's going to begin and that we will continue our mini Swansea better level talks so much.

"stanford co" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

15:48 min | 2 years ago

"stanford co" Discussed on CXMH

"I ask you a question. Yeah I know I I know I know I wish I everytime a client says that's a good question I always say. Thanks my job I do. Yeah that's what you're you're paying me for. Yeah what about what about you know. Your kids are a little older. Are there things that kind of in in terms of how I was thinking about it before all right. Are there things that you have kind of accidentally turned into traditions. We say oh you know what we didn't mean to that that now we do that every year or are there things they fall more in the like. Yes we set out to make these traditions with our kids. Yeah Yeah we have a few and I really try to like not make it at a time because I know that I would be setting us up for failure if we try to like. Do a ton of different traditions and keep up with them every year but there are you so I know last year I talked about how like we baked cookies for our neighbors and then we like we walk around. Where like I? You know the kids sit in a little red wagon and with all the details and then we go and deliver them to our neighbors. So we're we'll do that adding and this year and then we do one of my favorite traditions that we do as a family is and you are welcome to borrow this one especially because gray is still so little But we we have done something each shareware on Christmas morning before we go run off to get the the gifts under the tree we piloted into our bed and we take a picture of A. Ah Love Me Cory and the kids in bed on Christmas morning like all excited and happy and I have pictures of us since Kelly's first Christmas. It's really sweet. Now we have. This will be our seventh or eighth year doing this and so just having this little progression progression of our family like on Christmas morning. And it's not you know they're not like pretty pictures or anything right and it's like right when we wakeup so anyway so we do that. And then there's yeah there's a few other things we try to do. Like their certain little events around Waco Baylor has a little Christmas this event that we go to each year. and Oh my gosh one thing I I mean I know I said we don't do a lot I really promise. It doesn't feel like a lot but one one thing that we have done. Each year was livestream. Kelly and Oliver Getting Ready for Santa and and we have those like little videos of them getting ready for Santa and putting out the reindeer food and the cookies as and telling everybody. What's going to happen and I don't know if we'll do that again this year? I think we yeah really well but you know anyways so but those wonderful things. Yeah Yeah Fun little things that we do but you know I was. I was thinking I love how unique Christmas traditions are or even just traditions officials and general right but to like our friend groups are contexts so you know what would be interesting so we have coming up. We have just like our kind of Christmas episode. Were you and I are GonNa are would love if listeners sent in like email us or tweet us whatever like send us some unique a unique Christmas traditions. That you think are really fun or things like that and we. Can you know share him. Oh my gosh because I think I think it'd be interesting to hear from people. Will you know what they do. Take a picture for staying in bed. Never heard that that's awesome so I think so so now I love that I I really I hope folks do send it in because I think it'd be fun to read those And I just think it's fun getting different ideas from folks about what they do. You know that's awesome while you WANNA shift into talking about this week's episode. Why don't you tell us about this episode? Sure so this week we have Joe Padilla on He is the CO founder of the Grace Alliance. It started in two thousand eleven Alongside with Doctor Matthew Stanford Sanford and now Joe really leads. The Mental Health Greece Alliance Here in Waco Texas we talk with him about Grace Alliance sent about the workbooks that they have available That are primarily focused on equipping Church leadership and nonprofit businesses or organizations to be able to talk about mental health particularly from faith based perspective. So they're I mean they're pretty well now and he's he he definitely talks in this episode about how they have grown over these last eight years or so and kind of. What started? Grace Alliance Ryan's and like you know a lot of his back story and and his family's back story about why this matters and how he came to it but but yeah. I think this is a really practical episode especially thinking for about folks to our in ministry settings and trying to think about okay. Well way recognize that. There are some mental health concerns and needs in my organization or in my congregation. And so like how do I. What are some practical ways for me to address those or to provide some resources? Curses are equipping or small groups And I really I really think Joe does a great job talking through that in this episode. What about you what? What were your thoughts? That's about this one. Yeah I mean I obviously loved kind of the story of his involvement and why he so passionate about this in his family and when I say loved I mean you know like a lot of the stories that we hear. That doesn't mean I love everything that happened but just hearing a heartbeat and the and all that and then so i. I definitely appreciated him sharing sharing that with us. But then the very practical you know. Okay what does it look like. What are the resources that y'all have and the mindset behind those right because that's the that we get asked both in regards to the show but also just in day to day life as I talked to people because helping faith leaders is Kinda my slant on it right so you know like okay? Do you know of any practical resources any workbooks. How how would I start a small group? How would I help You know start a ministry like things like that is exactly what they do and so getting to hear where they're coming from and why they do some things the way they do them and that type of stuff I think is really good for me to hear an Admin. I hope our listeners to hear who are tuning in saying hey I love the conversation the other having a is there like a a tangible cry order a packet of things to help me implement. This is my context. Yeah I'm really excited for our listeners. To get to hear from Joe Padilla Today With Mental Health Grace Alliance enjoyable. Hey welcome back to the show. This week. We have Joe Pedia on 'em he Baylor University graduate and a license in Ordain Minister with over twenty years of experience working in overseas missions stateside Church leadership and nonprofit and small business development. Joe's wife had long standing mental health challenges which led him to study and discover a unique scientific and faith approach which helped his wife have remarkable double mental health recovery to this day with this new insight and personal experience Joe and Dr Matthew Stanford Co founded the Grace Alliance Alliance in two thousand eleven to provide simple innovative and grace filled resources and tools to empower the body of Christ. And I I absolutely want to put it in a little note. That Joe's daughter was a student of mine a couple of years ago and so getting to know His family through through through sweet. Sarah has been such a delight so joe. I'm so excited to finally have you on the show. Welcome thank you. I'm sorry to be with with you. Guys have a great conversation. Yeah bar high right up Levitt. Why no this is been a long long time coming to bring you on the show? I Know Robert. His Email Ju- separately and then I reached out separately. And then you and I grabbed coffee and signed Good to finally be connected with you in this space yes no. It's really fun now. I enjoy talking about this and and really talking talking about it with A sense of joy not just always the hardship which we need to recognize our chip but really a see the joy of the process as well. And that's good. I love that. Well I I started well first of all. Is there anything else that you want to add to the fancy bio that I have are okay. Oh Yeah I think. That's I think that really clearly a shares. The is the history in where we started and so it was a journey week indicted more than that. Conversations will perfect well. That's actually where I think we're wanting to start is just to hear about the back story story about how mental health alliance came to be just expanding on. You know the brief little bit that I had shared a moment ago. Will you In our family you know are hard daughter Sara City. This is way back when she was very low but You know we were overseas emissions in during that time. That's when my wife had surrealist challenges with depression anxiety and things like that. In that. Just kind of protracted through the years just got worse worse which actually after about ten years on the field. That's what really run home. And then when we came home we were going to get into much more ministry care and as well as a health care as well that however as we you know we were home for two years at just got worse and worse Over two years despite the ministry care that we were getting and also the professional care to the next level that we had available and then after the two years that's when basically life just kind of fell apart for our marriage our family everything would really good actually ship and we had a step down and And basically that's believers were dislike. You can't be here anymore. He gotta focus on your wife and your family. You know when you go through that kind of have a situation you know. You're in despair. You're angry with God of here. We our lives are dream everything way we wanted we lost you know in all because of my wife's a mental health challenges different things however long story short during during that time when we when I had to step down is really when I started to dive deep into a lot of the research around mental health. What is this because I'm as administer leader and even you know You know all the people that we work within our our church ministry. We are all highly educated gated. We were like against science. We just were never trained very well and really understood these things. So that's when I really. I met Dr Bathroom Sanford at that time. Who at that time? He was a neuroscience professor there at Baylor University as well but there that time really it went because there were no evidence based science in Christian mental health resources that integrated very well. I couldn't find any of those things. So that's what I researched them figured out. Oh here's how the brain works. Oh here's how their punic approach works. Oh here's how. The medicine works so as figuring doing all these things out and then seeing beautiful connection with the Bible and faith in all of those those Those aspects so at from from there I basically just applied everything that I had learned to her journey. We actually kind of funny but may actually Fired all the professionals that were helping because were really helping in assess. They weren't paying attention to the medication they were paying attention to. What actually therapy therapeutic process was necessary? I'm in so basically. We just got other professionals that I felt like we're more in line into what she was eating at that time. And then we developed a whole way of living at home as a family in her to set a new stage for her to get better and remarkably after about a year and a half of that journey as she sort of feeling better and better to the point where she felt like herself again and then and even like Dr Stanford another another professional. Said you know. Her story is a clinical miracle because where she has been suffering for those goes eight to ten years to now where she is. You rarely hardly ever see that. In that from that point S. basically thanks just started started a building in my own heart and I knew all the research about the the statistics and things like that and just thought you know. This was rocket rocket science in his innocence. It was just learning how to strategize all these things together to improve and we can help other people do this especially in the church urge because it's extremely lacking from a language standpoint a training a true understanding in how really help people through that journey. So that's where agree slide started in super nice started the organization. So that's so neat. I love hearing that story Each time I always feel like I pick up new little pieces about the story and I love the you know..

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