U.S. CITIES SEE EVS IN THEIR FUTURE
RMI's Project Get Ready has recently added New York, Seattle, St. Paul, and the state of Vermont as partners, exceeding its goal to build a network of 20 North American cities committed to get ready for EVs.
The PGR network now reaches more than 26.4 million potential EV consumers and has made great headway in getting local businesses, citizens, and municipalities ready to support a greater number of EVs on the road. Learn more
EXPLORE OUR 30 YEARS OF IMPACT
View RMI's "Universe of Impact" to explore thirty years of solving problems and building a better world. It is supporters like you who have provided the resources to be bold in our vision and recommendations. Now, we need you to stand beside us as we work to make our shared vision a reality.
REINVENTING FIRE: AN IDEA WORTH SPREADING
Watch Amory Lovins discuss Reinventing Fire on TED. And share with your friends—because an economy powered by efficiency and renewables is "an idea worth spreading."
GETTING EV READY AROUND THE GLOBE
RMI, the U.S. Department of Energy, the International Energy Agency, and the University of California, Davis will debut the Global Electric Vehicle Insights Exchange at the Global EV Cities and Ecosystems Conference, hosted by the UCLA Luskin Center and the UC Davis Institute of Transportation on Saturday, May 5. Follow the announcement on Twitter @RockyMtnInst.
CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF RMI IN THE BIG APPLE
Next week on May 10, RMI celebrates its 30th anniversary at the Empire State Building in New York. Check out the skyscraper's lights that night. They will be green in honor of RMI and the breakthrough retrofit of the world's most famous office building.
What You're Saying
@EcoCorpo: "Stadiums use some big energy RF @RockyMtnInst: New this baseball season: Your beer is going to be cooled by the sun"
Stephen Love Willis: "RMI rocks! Thanks for your 30 years of providing pragmatic solutions to our most pressing environmental problems. Especially development and promotion of the concept of negawatts."
Learn more about RMI's impact over the last 30 years, and donate now.