Inventor/Entrepreneur Brian Hageman plans his return to the airwaves with his new radio show, the Hageman Power Report. Hageman will discuss the future of energy systems in the world with expert guest analysts from universities, government, and industry. With uncertainty prevalent in the energy markets, Hageman and his experts provide certainty to the complex world of energy and water. Renewable energy and traditional fuels will coexist for the next twenty years, and Hageman and expert guests will help the government and industry determine plans to overcome roadblocks for the eventual transition to 100% renewable energy in the world.
The Hageman Power Report will be broadcast weekly from the KFNN studios in Scottsdale, Arizona. Hageman started in the radio business in 2005 and expanded in 2011 and 2012 with the “Deluge Energy Report”, hosted by Brian Hageman on KNFX and KFNN radio stations in Arizona. The show was broadcast on the airwaves in Arizona and on the internet worldwide, with listeners in many countries, especially India. Brian Hageman invented the unique powerful Hydraulic Engine, an engine that runs on hot water and is now commercializing the desalination technology application. Hagemanreceived forty world patents in countries including China, Israel, India, and the European Union countries. The Hydraulic Engine has been tested in universities and national laboratories worldwide in water pumping, electricity generation, desalination, deep well crude oil pumping, and freon compression applications. Hageman worked as a construction engineer building oil refineries in Indonesia and Saudi Arabia, and nuclear plants in California and Arizona. Hageman has studied the water and power industries in-depth for fifty years.
The Hageman Power Report will start broadcasting in Arizona on KFNN, then expand to radio stations in selected cities around the US, and on English speaking radio stations around the world. Join the Hageman team now and become part of the clean energy economy transition to 100% sustainable renewable energy systems in the world. For a sample of Hageman’s past shows, listen on www.brianhageman.us/radio We are offering sponsorship of the show, contact us for more information and pricing.
You can listen to the weekly show anytime, either LIVE on the radio or click on the saved broadcasts below.
Radio Shows Hosted by Brian Hageman Broadcast in Phoenix, Arizona co-host Barry Goldwater, Jr.
Track 1 Paul Newman ACC. Nick Dranias, Goldwater Institute, Andrew Kleit, Penn State
Track 2 Jim Presswood NRDC Carol Werner Environmental and Energy Study Inst.
Track 3 David Modeer. General Manager CAP