About this podcast
Brian Gitt is Head of Business Development at Oklo, which is developing clean energy plants to provide emission-free, reliable, and affordable energy using advanced fission.
Brian claims that he “lost 20 years of his life chasing utopian energy”, and is now an outspoken pro-nuclear energy advocate, and shares a lot of useful data and information on his Twitter page.
In this interview, Brian explained to me what is happening in the energy world, why we’re in one of the worst energy crises we have seen in a while, who’s to blame for the energy crisis, and what the solution to the crisis is. With that solution also come opportunities for investors, so Brian and I discussed those opportunities as well, by talking about oil, gas, uranium, and even hydrogen.
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Shortly: you will lose all of your money and possibly most of your brain cells if you listen to talking heads on the internet. Especially if they have orange hair and no experience (me).
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