RMI Outlet explores topics critical to RMI’s mission to transform global energy use to create a clean, prosperous, zero-carbon future for all.
In this letter, Amory Lovins responds to the wave of recent news on the Senate Armed Services Committee’s disappointing vote to limit…
(1) Electric cars have arrived, but the pace of adoption will be slow. Last year, roughly 17,000 plug-in cars were sold in the United States—more than were sold in any year since the very early 1900s.
One of the intentions of RMI’s Electricity Innovation Lab, or eLab, is to create a space for dialogue, collaboration, and innovation that recognizes and honors the complexity of the electricity system.
In RMI’s recent book, Reinventing Fire: Bold Business Solutions for a New Energy Era, we suggest it’s possible to transform the U.S. electricity system over the next 40 years to one that is clean, secure, and customer-centric, all while not sacrificing affordability or reliability.
We often hear statistics about the abundant sources of renewable energy that could power our lives and our world.