Ever heard of the YouTube show Fully Charged? It seems like every CleanTechnica reader I meet these days is also a Fully Charged viewer. “Back in the day,” I remember seeing just a few thousand (or even few hundred?) views on Fully Charged videos, but the viewership is now through the roof. I’m sure in good part it’s down to the wicked good job the team does of highlighting interesting cleantech topics in fun ways.
Robert Llewellyn and I were both moderators at the Autonomy conference in Paris last year, so we ended up chatting for a bit about the stuff we love chatting about — cleantech, Tesla, autonomous vehicles, messaging, and fun. I also spent some time talking on and off camera with the other two staff members of Fully Charged. It was certainly fun for me to get to know the men behind the camera a bit more as well.
If you are inclined to chill out for a bit to hear 18 minutes of our conversation, check it out below (or directly on YouTube or Facebook).
By the way, Robert, his supportive duo of trouble, and I will cross paths again this week in Amsterdam, where Monica Araya and I are co-MCing rEVolution 2018 and Fully Charged is … doing something. Let me know if you have any special questions for the Fully Charged team this time around.
Perhaps we’ll also get them to swing over to CleanTechnica’s meetup dinner at Spirit.
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