Spark: Obama's Second Term: Could Climate Be His Legacy?
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February 7, 2013
Thursday, February 7, 2013
OBAMA'S SECOND TERM: COULD CLIMATE BE HIS LEGACY?
WILL BOEING'S 787 BATTERY ISSUES GROUND EVs, TOO?
SHEDDING LIGHT ON THE SUPERDOME'S BLACKOUT
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WHAT'S THE DEAL WITH 'REBOUND EFFECTS'?
TRANSPORTATION EFFICIENCY MUCH MORE THAN MPG
TRIANGLE'S NETWORK OF CAR-CHARGING STATIONS CONTINUES TO GROW
Calling All Solar Installers
RMI and Georgia Tech Research Institute are partnering to explore the significant cost differences between the installations of solar systems in the U.S. and Germany.
SIMPLE BoS is developing labor-related best practices with the goal of helping the entire industry lower its BoS costs. Learn More
Reminder: Catawba Energy Summit
Applications are still being accepted for the college's National Environmental Summit. Learn more
Lightweighting Autos with Carbon Fiber Composite
The best way to reduce our dependence on oil for transportation, especially in cars, is to make them more lightweight and efficient. Catalyzing use of carbon fiber composite today can enable several future pathways for breakthrough efficiency across the transportation sector. Watch now
Google Hangout (Today): Shifting to Lightweight Autos
Join us today, February 7 at 11:00 a.m. (MST) for a Google Hangout and 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
Webinar: Financing Energy Efficiency
On Tuesday February 12 at 12:00 p.m. (EST), hear from Pike Research about the opportunities and challenges associated with PACE programs and on-bill financing, and how financiers are helping customers unlock value from inefficient buildings. Register Now
What Others Are Saying
@Adam_S_James: Amory Lovins gave an excellent presentation this morning at NARUC. Climateprogress post to follow... Great stuff out of @RockyMtnInst
...it is time...to appoint Amory Lovins to be Energy Secretary. Except, we'll call the position—Secretary of Energy Efficiency.—Brian S.