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Aug 14, 2014

Spark: Swedish Postcode Lottery Supports RMI's Work in China


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RMI Spark, the eNewsletter of Rocky Mountain Institute

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Featured Blog Posts

Sowing Confusion About Renewable Energy

Non-hydro Renewables Surpassing Hydropower in the U.S.: 4 Reasons Why

Five Reasons U.S. Solar Installers are Vertically Integrating … For Now



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RMI In The News

Morgan Stanley: Fixed Charges on Solar May Cause ‘Tipping Point’ for Grid Defection
Greentech Media

Elon Musk’s Tesla/Panasonic Deal Will Transform Solar Energy Too

Flaw and Order: How Brookings Got Its Analysis of Wind and Solar Costs So Wrong
Greentech Media

Stay up to date with energy news from around the world via our Flipboard magazine. Learn More.

Swedish Postcode Lottery Supports RMI's Work in China

RMI is excited to announce the award of a generous grant from Svenska Postkod Lotteriet, the Swedish Postcode Lottery, for our current work in China. The Foundation’s SEK 3M (US$450,000) grant will support Reinventing Fire: China, RMI’s ambitious program to create a roadmap to transition China away from fossil fuels. Learn More.

RMI Update

The HBCU Green Report

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are often overlooked by reports detailing sustainability efforts within higher education. This example-rich report surveys HBCU's and documents their successes as well as ongoing challenges. Learn More.


A Tale of Two Futures: Sustainable Buildings or Unsustainable Climate Change

We cannot transform our energy system and prevent runaway climate change if America’s commercial buildings continue to consume dirty fossil fuels at today’s rates. Standing together, we can make a difference. Watch now. 

Upcoming Events

ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings

Senior Scientist Ellen Franconi, Ph.D., will be presenting at ACEEE's Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings August 17–22, 2014 in Pacific Grove, CA. Learn More

What You're Saying

@JulesKortenhors: CWR getting recognized for impact in shipping operations: : Making War and Peace with Shipping More


@leiaguccione: Who are the 198 people who can transform the US Electric Grid? Find out http://ow.ly/AfSCJ from @makower


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