Peter Bronski

Peter Bronski was the Director of Program Marketing and Editorial Director at RMI from 2012 until 2016.

He is currently founder and CEO of Inflection Point Agency, a boutique firm focused on branding, marketing, communications, and content for mission-driven organizations. Inflection Point Agency focuses on renewable energy and cleantech, sustainability and the environment, smart cities and mobility, green building, and related sectors.

Earlier in his career, Bronski was the Founding Manager of Audubon International’s Sustainable Communities Program and, prior to that, Staff Ecologist for the organization’s Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program. He was a Lockheed Martin Engineering Scholar and earned a BS in Natural Resources from Cornell University.

Authored Works

Sandy One Year Later

One year ago, Superstorm Sandy made landfall along the coast of New Jersey. This time last October, communities were under water, millions of East Coasters were without power, and the New York-New Jersey region weathered one of the toughest weather-related crises in anyone’s memory.


A Self-Imposed Exile

If there was a silver lining, it was that the 1973 oil embargo prompted the U.S. to make real strides toward energy efficiency.


According to AAA, an estimated 5.6 million Americans took to the skies this past year-end holiday season, defined as the 12-day period lasting December 22 through January 1. But unless you were flying into or out of a major hub, you probably weren’t rejoicing that you…


Is a High Renewables Future Really Possible? (Part 2)

The futures studies are not a guarantee of what will happen. They’re various visions of what could happen. But increasingly, these possible futures are shifting from the hypothetical to the real. Around the world, economies are shifting to ones grounded in high penetrations of renewables.


Is a High Renewables Future Really Possible? (Part 1)

In recent weeks and months, there’s been much to celebrate about renewable energy and the electricity system. But amidst the celebratory fanfare there’s also been an undercurrent of skepticism—skepticism that a high renewables future could be here soon, or is even possible at all.