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Oct 24, 2013

Spark: What Did The 1973 Oil Embargo Teach Us?

 


RMI Spark, the eNewsletter of Rocky Mountain Institute

Thursday, October 24th, 2013

Featured Blog Posts

What Did The 1973 Oil Embargo Teach Us?

Confessions Of A Solar Decathalon Architecture Juror

Help Consumers Do More With Their Money

 



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RMI In The News

EBay To Ellison Embrace Microgrids In Threat To Utilities
Bloomberg

Exploring Solar, Efficiency, Gas And More With Amory Lovins And Joel Makower
New York Times

Do you use the Flipboard app for your IOS or Android device? We invite you to check out our Flipboard magazine, featuring energy news from around the world, updated daily. Learn More.

Annual Report: Creating The Grid Of The Future

From campus-wide initaitives to citywide programs to statewide recommendations, RMI is helping communities take charge of their energy use to move towards a clean, prosperous, secure energy future. (Turn to page 10 in pdf) Read More

RMI Update

RMI Helps ASU Become Climate Neutral

Last week, RMI hosted the latest Electricity Innovation Lab (eLab) meeting just outside Washington, D.C. With the shutdown looming a few miles away, the event brought together, as FERC outgoing chair Jon Wellinghoff said, "the key people to collaborate solutions and produce products that can be put out to the larger industry to help drive change and inform policy."

Learn more and download the eLab Annual Report

Video


Demand For Power

Amory Lovins discusses energy efficiency, “negawatts,” and emerging technologies on the BBC World News Horizons program. Watch Now

Upcoming Events

Duke University Energy Conference

Principal Lena Hansen will participate in a panel titled "Climate Change Debate: Chief impacts on the environment and innovative mitigation strategies" in Durham, NC on October 30. Learn More

What You're Saying

@RabagoEnergy: Clear thinking from thought leaders. 'Micro-Municipalize' a Utility? : ow.ly/25KMJu

 

 

@brevardnclynda: Energy efficiency? Guess what? We're making progress!:  bit.ly/19pDE6

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