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Jan 31, 2013

Spark: Will Driverless Cars Decrease Fossil Fuel Consumption?

 
RMI Spark, the eNewsletter of Rocky Mountain Institute
 
Thursday, January 31, 2013

Featured Blogs    

DRIVING MISS HAZY: DRIVERLESS CARS AND FOSSIL FUELS

BRINGING BANK MONEY TO SOLAR

CATALYZING THE SHIFT TO ULTRALIGHT, ULTRASTRONG AUTOBODIES

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RMI in the News   

MAJOR POLICY CONFERENCE TO DISCUSS HOW UTILITIES WILL RESPOND TO THE NEW FEDERAL PUSH ON CLIMATE CHANGE
Energycentral.com

ENERGY EFFICIENCY, GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMPS, AND "NEGAWATTS"
Smart Grid News

ENTERING A CLIMATE-CHANGED WORLD WITH CHUTZPAH AND BANANAS
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RMI Update

Google Hangout: Shifting to Lightweight Autos

Carbon Fiber

Join us on Thursday, February 7 at 11:00 a.m. (MST) for a Google Hangout to learn about the opportunities available today to enhance the use and adoption of carbon fiber composites in mainstream, high-volume vehicles to make them lighter, stronger, and safer. Learn more 

VIDEO

Reinventing Fire: Transportation

Reinventing Fire Transportation Video

Superefficient autos, trucks, and planes, far more productively used, would need three-fourths less fuel and no oil. Yet they could enhance personal mobility and freight services with uncompromised convenience, safety, and performance. Watch now 

UPCOMING EVENTS

2013 NARUC Winter Committee Meetings

Amory Lovins will present on Reinventing Fire at the Winter Committee Meetings of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners in Washington D.C.

He will speak on February 4, 2013 at 9 a.m. Learn More

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