Jamey Johnston, founder of Johnston Sustainability, is interviewed by Chad Kaleky in this episode of Failing to Success podcast. Jamey talks about his views on the energy crisis and how the world can become more sustainable. He shares insights on the difference between solar and hydrocarbons as energy sources and how solar power can be used anywhere in the world to generate electricity, albeit in small amounts.
Jamey believes that America has the potential to lead the world in developing peaceful technologies. He talks about the need to start where people are and the importance of developing products that are logically the best ones for the environment. Jamey also talks about the various challenges faced in developing sustainable technologies, such as compatibility issues between different charging networks, and how it is important to find solutions to these issues.
Jamey Johnston has had a long career in startups and sustainability. He started International Solar and Energy Conservation in 1980, where they sold solar thermal window coverings and various sustainability technologies. Later, he started a company called Golden Technology, where they made alcohol out of cereal grains, which was fed to dairy cows to boost milk and butter fat production. Jamey believes that sustainability is the way forward and is passionate about finding logical solutions that benefit the environment.
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Jamey Johnston from Johnston Sustainability: https://mistersustainability.com/
Chad Kaleky from Cosmic Design: https://www.cosmicdesign.io/
00:00:23 Solar vs Hydrocarbons
00:02:46 The Startups Journey
00:05:50 Running Computer Land Stores
00:09:25 Mr. Sustainability
00:13:19 Contact Jamey
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