Reinventing Fire: Bold Business Solutions for the New Energy Era, by Amory Lovins and Rocky Mountain Institute, has gone to press and will be released by Chelsea Green publishers this fall.
This peer-reviewed "grand synthesis" shows how the U.S. in 2050 could need no oil, coal, or nuclear energy to run a 158% bigger economy, $5 trillion cheaper (not counting externalities), with the transition led by business for durable advantage and requiring no Act of Congress.
Reinventing Fire outlines market-based, actionable solutions that integrate transportation, buildings, industry, and electricity. It shows how American ingenuity and enterprise can make energy problems history. Written for all of America’s leaders, the book offers an astounding story of choices and opportunities for creating the new energy era.
Watch RMI’s website for the release date. Reinventing Fire will be available at bookstores, online retailers, and RMI’s bookstore; copies can also be ordered directly from Chelsea Green.