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Global Energy Transitions
We’re working in China and the Caribbean to reduce dependence on fossil fuels; helping improve access to electricity in Sub-Saharan Africa; and helping India transition to clean mobility for all.
We’re working in the U.S. and China to transform mobility to use significantly less oil for personal mobility and trucking; and globally to reduce carbon emissions from the shipping and aviation industries.
We’re working in the U.S. to decarbonize the electricity system; supporting power sector reform in China; helping island economies transition to renewables; improving electricity access in sub-Saharan Africa; and providing renewable energy at mining operations.
We're driving massive market growth for buildings that are better for owners, occupants, and the environment both in the U.S. and China.
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Features and News
Reliable and Affordable Electricity for Nigeria: Growing the Minigrid Market
RMI and the Nigerian Economic Summit Group released a report which shows how minigrids can improve business profitability and stimulate a US$20 billion investment opportunity throughout Nigeria.—August 28, 2018
Mining for Emissions Reductions: Strike while the Earth Is Cool
RMI’s new report, Decarbonization Pathways for Mines: A Headlamp in the Darkness, discusses the behavioral, policy, technological, and regulatory changes needed to drive the mining industry’s carbon reductions.—August 20, 2018
Policies for Better Buildings: Cost-Effective Ways Cities Can Cut Carbon, Slash Costs, and Create Jobs
A holistic approach to building and citywide energy reductions is necessary to drive cities all the way to their carbon-reduction goals swiftly and cost-effectively. Read our latest insight brief.—August 16, 2018
Prime Minister Chastanet, President Clinton, and President Figueres Open Historic 3MW Solar Farm in Saint Lucia.—August 9, 2018
Bruce Nilles and Uday Varadarajan Bolster Rocky Mountain Institute’s Leadership, 2018