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We have offices in four U.S. locations including Basalt and Boulder Colorado, New York, and Washington D.C., and one international office in China.
Global Energy Transitions
We’re working in China and the Caribbean to reduce dependence on fossil fuels; helping improve access to electricity in Sub-Saharan Africa; and helping India transition to clean mobility for all.
We’re working in the U.S. and China to transform mobility to use significantly less oil for personal mobility and trucking; and globally to reduce carbon emissions from the shipping and aviation industries.
We’re working in the U.S. to decarbonize the electricity system; supporting power sector reform in China; helping island economies transition to renewables; improving electricity access in sub-Saharan Africa; and providing renewable energy at mining operations.
We're driving massive market growth for buildings that are better for owners, occupants, and the environment both in the U.S. and China.
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Features and News
Prime Minister Chastanet, President Clinton, and President Figueres Open Historic 3MW Solar Farm in Saint Lucia.—August 9, 2018
Bruce Nilles and Uday Varadarajan Bolster Rocky Mountain Institute’s Leadership, 2018
This week, the Business Renewables Center (BRC), a membership program at Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), announced that corporate renewable energy procurement reached a new record in 2018, with 3.57 gigawatts (GW) of clean energy projects announced this year to date in the United States.
Photovoltaic power plants and remote wind turbine generators
How to Plan for a More-Distributed Grid
July 18, 2018
Modern buildings in Beijing
Show Me the Money: The Business Opportunity of Grid-Interactive Buildings
July 17, 2018