[Extract] "The Word that S*** Scares Utility Bosses" - Kunal Shah - Anaergia - Carbone Negative Fuels to Save the World cover
[Extract] "The Word that S*** Scares Utility Bosses" - Kunal Shah - Anaergia - Carbone Negative Fuels to Save the World cover
(don't) Waste Water!

[Extract] "The Word that S*** Scares Utility Bosses" - Kunal Shah - Anaergia - Carbone Negative Fuels to Save the World

[Extract] "The Word that S*** Scares Utility Bosses" - Kunal Shah - Anaergia - Carbone Negative Fuels to Save the World

02min |26/10/2022
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[Extract] "The Word that S*** Scares Utility Bosses" - Kunal Shah - Anaergia - Carbone Negative Fuels to Save the World cover
[Extract] "The Word that S*** Scares Utility Bosses" - Kunal Shah - Anaergia - Carbone Negative Fuels to Save the World cover
(don't) Waste Water!

[Extract] "The Word that S*** Scares Utility Bosses" - Kunal Shah - Anaergia - Carbone Negative Fuels to Save the World

[Extract] "The Word that S*** Scares Utility Bosses" - Kunal Shah - Anaergia - Carbone Negative Fuels to Save the World

02min |26/10/2022
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Hallo, bonjour, and welcome to the Don't waste water podcast! I am your host, Antoine Walter, and in today's episode, I am delighted to welcome Kunal Shah as my guest! Kunal is Chief Growth Officer at Anaergia, and a council member of the World Biogas Association, the Singapore Water Association, and Imagine H2O Asia. Anaergia ambitions to convert waste into a carbon-negative fuel for a sustainable future.


By Season 5, episode 12, we got to meet one of the Water Industry's legends, Andrew Benedek, the founder and architect of Zenon. There were so many nuggets to dig, from wastewater membranes to entrepreneurship through some of the boldest moves in our industry, that I didn't really cover his new endeavor with Anaergia.


Actually, to be honest, I did it on purpose at the time. Because when I interviewed Andrew, I had just met Kunal a couple weeks before at the Global Water Summit.


And the least I can say is that I got incredibly impressed by his speed of thought, his knowledge, and his accuracy. And as he had almost agreed to join me on that microphone, I wanted him to be our guide into the present and the future of biomethane production, aka our sector's carbon-negative fuel. 


I finally could take my microphones to Anaergia's office in Singapore some weeks ago, and let's face it, the rest is gold. 


But don't take my word for it; experience it for yourself. So I'll strive to keep this intro short and let you dive into Kunal's insight as fast as possible. 


Because when interviews are on my editing table, I always extract some highlights to share them on social media. Kunal broke a record: right now, I have about 14 minutes of highlights!


So remember, if you like what you hear, don't keep that knowledge for you. Sharing is Caring, take this episode and share it with a colleague, come tell me what you liked about it on LinkedIn, grab your friend's phones and subscribe them to the podcast, come on do it, and I'll meet you on the other side!


How to Make Carbon Negative Fuel, Boost Utility's Revenue and Save the World

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Hallo, bonjour, and welcome to the Don't waste water podcast! I am your host, Antoine Walter, and in today's episode, I am delighted to welcome Kunal Shah as my guest! Kunal is Chief Growth Officer at Anaergia, and a council member of the World Biogas Association, the Singapore Water Association, and Imagine H2O Asia. Anaergia ambitions to convert waste into a carbon-negative fuel for a sustainable future.


By Season 5, episode 12, we got to meet one of the Water Industry's legends, Andrew Benedek, the founder and architect of Zenon. There were so many nuggets to dig, from wastewater membranes to entrepreneurship through some of the boldest moves in our industry, that I didn't really cover his new endeavor with Anaergia.


Actually, to be honest, I did it on purpose at the time. Because when I interviewed Andrew, I had just met Kunal a couple weeks before at the Global Water Summit.


And the least I can say is that I got incredibly impressed by his speed of thought, his knowledge, and his accuracy. And as he had almost agreed to join me on that microphone, I wanted him to be our guide into the present and the future of biomethane production, aka our sector's carbon-negative fuel. 


I finally could take my microphones to Anaergia's office in Singapore some weeks ago, and let's face it, the rest is gold. 


But don't take my word for it; experience it for yourself. So I'll strive to keep this intro short and let you dive into Kunal's insight as fast as possible. 


Because when interviews are on my editing table, I always extract some highlights to share them on social media. Kunal broke a record: right now, I have about 14 minutes of highlights!


So remember, if you like what you hear, don't keep that knowledge for you. Sharing is Caring, take this episode and share it with a colleague, come tell me what you liked about it on LinkedIn, grab your friend's phones and subscribe them to the podcast, come on do it, and I'll meet you on the other side!


How to Make Carbon Negative Fuel, Boost Utility's Revenue and Save the World

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Hallo, bonjour, and welcome to the Don't waste water podcast! I am your host, Antoine Walter, and in today's episode, I am delighted to welcome Kunal Shah as my guest! Kunal is Chief Growth Officer at Anaergia, and a council member of the World Biogas Association, the Singapore Water Association, and Imagine H2O Asia. Anaergia ambitions to convert waste into a carbon-negative fuel for a sustainable future.


By Season 5, episode 12, we got to meet one of the Water Industry's legends, Andrew Benedek, the founder and architect of Zenon. There were so many nuggets to dig, from wastewater membranes to entrepreneurship through some of the boldest moves in our industry, that I didn't really cover his new endeavor with Anaergia.


Actually, to be honest, I did it on purpose at the time. Because when I interviewed Andrew, I had just met Kunal a couple weeks before at the Global Water Summit.


And the least I can say is that I got incredibly impressed by his speed of thought, his knowledge, and his accuracy. And as he had almost agreed to join me on that microphone, I wanted him to be our guide into the present and the future of biomethane production, aka our sector's carbon-negative fuel. 


I finally could take my microphones to Anaergia's office in Singapore some weeks ago, and let's face it, the rest is gold. 


But don't take my word for it; experience it for yourself. So I'll strive to keep this intro short and let you dive into Kunal's insight as fast as possible. 


Because when interviews are on my editing table, I always extract some highlights to share them on social media. Kunal broke a record: right now, I have about 14 minutes of highlights!


So remember, if you like what you hear, don't keep that knowledge for you. Sharing is Caring, take this episode and share it with a colleague, come tell me what you liked about it on LinkedIn, grab your friend's phones and subscribe them to the podcast, come on do it, and I'll meet you on the other side!


How to Make Carbon Negative Fuel, Boost Utility's Revenue and Save the World

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Hallo, bonjour, and welcome to the Don't waste water podcast! I am your host, Antoine Walter, and in today's episode, I am delighted to welcome Kunal Shah as my guest! Kunal is Chief Growth Officer at Anaergia, and a council member of the World Biogas Association, the Singapore Water Association, and Imagine H2O Asia. Anaergia ambitions to convert waste into a carbon-negative fuel for a sustainable future.


By Season 5, episode 12, we got to meet one of the Water Industry's legends, Andrew Benedek, the founder and architect of Zenon. There were so many nuggets to dig, from wastewater membranes to entrepreneurship through some of the boldest moves in our industry, that I didn't really cover his new endeavor with Anaergia.


Actually, to be honest, I did it on purpose at the time. Because when I interviewed Andrew, I had just met Kunal a couple weeks before at the Global Water Summit.


And the least I can say is that I got incredibly impressed by his speed of thought, his knowledge, and his accuracy. And as he had almost agreed to join me on that microphone, I wanted him to be our guide into the present and the future of biomethane production, aka our sector's carbon-negative fuel. 


I finally could take my microphones to Anaergia's office in Singapore some weeks ago, and let's face it, the rest is gold. 


But don't take my word for it; experience it for yourself. So I'll strive to keep this intro short and let you dive into Kunal's insight as fast as possible. 


Because when interviews are on my editing table, I always extract some highlights to share them on social media. Kunal broke a record: right now, I have about 14 minutes of highlights!


So remember, if you like what you hear, don't keep that knowledge for you. Sharing is Caring, take this episode and share it with a colleague, come tell me what you liked about it on LinkedIn, grab your friend's phones and subscribe them to the podcast, come on do it, and I'll meet you on the other side!


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