Spark: Helping Reduce Emissions in Our Own Backyard
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June 14, 2012
Thursday, June 14, 2012
PV FOR ALL: LOW-INCOME HOUSING RESIDENTS GOING SOLAR
BOOMS AND BUSTS, TULIPS AND GAS
RMI TAKES THE VOLT FOR A SPIN
RETROFITS IN THE NEWS
RMI in the News
KEEPING THE LIGHTS ON
A YEAR OF PROGRESS FOR THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING
GO MACRO, ENERGY PANEL SAYS
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
TAKING A CLOSE LOOK AT BOULDER'S CLIMATE ACTION PLAN
RMI recently worked with the City of Boulder to analyze Boulder's programs to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. RMI examined 19 residential, commercial, and renewable energy programs to determine their full lifetime emissions reductions, and the costs and benefits for each program. Learn more
REINVENTING FIRE IN AMERICAN INDUSTRY
Watch how America's strongest economic engine can become more competitive by accelerating adoption of efficiency, boosting cogeneration, and increasing on-site renewable supplies of heat and electricity.
ASPEN IDEAS FESTIVAL
RMI principal Alexis Karolides will participate in two panels at this year's Aspen Ideas Festival, starting June 27. Learn more about the event and follow the conversation on Twitter.
What You're Saying
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@elaineishere: "Want to accelerate #EV deployment in your city? Great casebook by @RockyMtnInst details what's working around the world."
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