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Apr 25, 2012

Spark: Don't Miss RMI's Live Chat Tomorrow


 
RMI Spark, the eNewsletter of Rocky Mountain Institute
  Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Featured Blogs

BACKFILLING NUCLEAR SHUTDOWNS

GREEN BUILDING HAIKU CONTEST

SHOWCASING THE BIG 'GREEN' APPLE

HOW CAN ADVANCED AUTOS IMPROVE THEIR VALUE PROPOSITION?

 

RMI in the News

AMORY LOVINS A PLANET DEFENDER
Aspen Times

ELECTRIC CARS HIT THE ROAD IN VERMONT
Burlington Free Press

THE BIGGEST IDEAS OUTSIDE THE POWER INDUSTRY  
Intelligent Utility 

RMI Update

RMI LIVE CHAT ON THE FUTURE OF ELECTRICITY

Join us tomorrow at 11 a.m. MST for a live online chat, where RMI electricity experts Lena Hansen and Virginia Lacy discuss the pathway a future electricity system that is efficient, renewable, distributed and customer-centric.

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WHY YOU MATTER 

See why our supporters chose to help RMI build a brighter energy future and a healthier environment powered by efficiency and renewable energy.

Upcoming Events

At the Ceres Conference April 25—26 in Boston, MA., RMI program director James Newcomb will discuss how smart utilities can invest for the future in the midst of historic uncertainty. Follow the Ceres Conference on Twitter @ceresnews using the hashtag #ceres12.

What You're Saying

@AmoryLovins: Pres. Clinton telling me the Arkansas utility that defeated his decoupling law (I advised) 35 y ago now insists on it." 

Michael S Uhl: "Negawatts was one of the many paradigm shifting ideas that germinated at RMI and reached young engineers, financiers, environmental scientists, and dreamers. These ideas committed me to a career in efficiency and sustainable development."   

 

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What encouraging signs do you see that we are moving toward our shared vision of a world sustained by the power of efficiency and renewables? Tell us on our word cloud.

 

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