Reinventing Fire: China
Earlier this month, several RMI colleagues joined our Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and Energy Research Institute partners for a series of feedback workshops with industry experts in Beijing. While there, we received positive feedback on our progress and public praise for our continued successful collaboration. Learn More.
Reinvent Fire: Change Energy Use Forever
Reinventing Fire maps pathways for running a 158%-bigger U.S. economy in 2050 but needing no oil, no coal, no nuclear energy, one-third less natural gas, and no new inventions. This would cost $5 trillion less than business-as-usual—in addition to the value of avoiding fossil fuels' huge but uncounted external costs. Watch here.
Manager James Mandel will be moderating two webinars with the truSolar Working Group to explore issues in solar development—especially credit standardization—and the group’s progress to date. Webinars will take place on 5/29, 4-5p.m. EDT & 6/3, 11-12p.m. EDT Learn More
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