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Feb 14, 2013

Spark: Who's the BoS? Learning From Germany’s Uber-Low Solar Balance of Systems Costs

 
RMI Spark, the eNewsletter of Rocky Mountain Institute
 
Thursday, February 14, 2013

Featured Blogs    

WHO'S THE BoS?

A SON, BULL MOOSE, AND BELUGAS

WHEN A LEAF FALLS?

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RMI in the News   

CAN AMERICA'S REGULATORS REINVENT FIRE?
Thinkprogress.org

CLIMATE CHANGE: NO BREAKTHROUGHS NEEDED, MR. PRESIDENT
Huffington Post Green Blog

NABERS: AUSTRALIAN FOR EFFICIENCY
Minnpost.com

RMI Update

Basalt Building Project Kicks Off

Green building

 

 

Next week, RMI will kick off its new office building project in Basalt, Colorado with an Integrated Project Delivery and visioning workshop.

We are very excited to work with the design and construction team on a replicable, high-performance facility that will maximize energy and resource efficiency and exemplify RMI's 30-year history and mission. Learn more

 

 

VIDEO

Changing the Rules: Achieving
Low-Cost Solar PV

BoS Solar Charrette Thumb

In 2010, RMI convened industry stakeholders—offering a fragmented and multifaceted industry a chance to collaborate to reduce BoS costs. Watch now 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Earth Hall of Fame Kyoto

 

Amory LovinsRMI Cofounder, Chairman, and Chief Scientist Amory Lovins will be honored as a member of the Earth Hall of Fame Kyoto in Japan.

The Earth Hall of Fame Kyoto is an award to honor in perpetuity the achievements of those who have contributed to conservation of the global environment. It is given in the name of Kyoto, the birthplace of the Kyoto Protocol. Learn more

 

What Others Are Saying

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@billmckibben: Yo, @AmoryLovins explains why we can do renewables now. Right now. Lots of them. ow.ly/hF28a

 

 

@GlobalBuildings@RockyMtnInst Selects #Design Team for New #NetZero Office #Building bit.ly/TYzK9M (via @IMTAmanda

 


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