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Christian Roselund

Editorial Director
  • Communications

Christian Roselund is responsible for creating and executing RMI’s global editorial and publications strategy, managing publication production, writing content, and managing both an in-house and freelance team of writers.

Background

Prior to joining RMI, Christian wrote about solar energy, energy storage and the energy transition for a decade, most recently leading the U.S. project of global solar trade publication pv magazine. He has also written about energy issues for IEEE Spectrum, the Guardian (UK) and a variety of other publications, and began his career as a journalist reporting on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans.

Location

New York City, NY

Authored Works
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RMI Joins Global Leaders for New York Climate Week

2020 is the year that many people woke up to the immediacy of climate change. The West Coast has suffered from the worst wildfire season in memory. Repeated hurricanes have bashed the Atlantic Coast and Gulf Coast. Both of these were driven by the hottest August on record in…

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Why NextEra’s Green Hydrogen Pilot Is a Big Deal

In its recent quarterly results call, US power giant NextEra announced that its utility subsidiary Florida Power & Light (FPL) plans to build a 20 megawatt electrolyzer to produce hydrogen from water. If approved by regulators, the plant will run on power from otherwise curtailed solar and feed hydrogen to…

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Zero-Emissions Trucks Are the Future: Let’s Do This

Last Thursday, California made history by becoming the first state to mandate that truck makers move to zero-emission drivetrains. California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) new Advanced Clean Trucks regulation requires that half of the state’s trucks will need to be zero-emission by 2035, and the remaining half by 2045.

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Why Is Indoor Air Pollution Largely Unregulated?

When most of us think of air pollution, we typically envision big smokestacks billowing clouds of noxious gases, the smog that coats major cities, or even the smoky haze that drifts in from wildfires. However, much of the most serious air pollution that threatens our health comes not from giant…

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Applying Hope in a Time of Crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic is many things: a health crisis, an economic crisis, and a crisis for specific sectors. Even as the curve of new cases flattens in many nations, it is not clear how long restrictions on interaction and travel will need to be imposed to keep people safe. And…

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Stimulus and Response

For many Americans—workers, families, and business owners—the relief offered by the recent $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act won’t come a day too soon. The bill has been called an economic stimulus, and while it will stimulate the economy, it is more disaster relief. Chiefly, it…

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Methane, Hog Manure, and a Net-Zero Pledge

Dominion Energy made big news last week with its pledge to go net-zero by 2050. It is one of the largest utilities to make this sort of pledge to date, with roughly the same number of customers as power giant Duke Energy. And this is part of a wave…

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Antarctica Warmer than Los Angeles

Last Thursday, we received another stark warning about the status of the climate crisis. But this time, it came not from scientists forecasting the future. Instead, it was a data point from the Earth itself. Scientists at Esperanza Base in the Antarctic Peninsula reported the highest temperature recorded on…