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

Going the Distance: Range Anxiety Overlooks EVs’ Sweet Spot

There’s a famous clip from the sitcom Seinfeld, where Kramer takes a car out for a test drive and—with a nervous but eventually supportive salesman in the passenger seat—sees just how far he can drive with the needle dipping well below “E” on the fuel gauge.


4 Things Utilities Can Learn From Hallmark

We can credit Hallmark with capitalizing on consumer demand for desired products and services, and utilities could borrow a few tactics from Hallmark’s century of business refinements.


Shedding Light on the Superdome’s Blackout

Whether you watched the game or not, you’ve undoubtedly heard about the third quarter blackout that put a temporary stop to the on-field action and left teams and fans alike in the dark for more than half an hour. Questions still remain about the root cause of the blackout. Meanwhile, speculation about its cause has been rampant in what amounts to a grand teachable moment.


RMI’s Top 10 Blog Posts from 2012

From building codes to solar power, and natural gas to electric cars, RMI Outlet covered a lot of ground in 2012. These were the top 10 most popular blog posts for the year.


Down on Doha?

Today begins week two of the latest U.N. Climate Change Conference, this edition held in Doha, Qatar. Representatives from nearly 200 countries are in attendance at the event, which comes on the heels of a new World Bank report forecasting that a global temperature increase of 4 degrees Celsius...