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Kevin Haley

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  • Business Renewables Center

Kevin Haley is a Program Manager at the Business Renewables Center, a program of Rocky Mountain Institute where he oversees membership, marketing, and revenue for BRC’s work to streamline and accelerate non-utility procurement of renewable energy. Kevin has over six years of experience in the renewable energy industry covering a range of technologies like wind and solar, as well as in-depth work on cross-cutting issues including clean energy finance and public policy. Kevin has also worked on a variety of RMI programs in the past, including Sunshine for Mines, the Global Race to Zero Methane Emissions, and the Energy Web Foundation.

Prior to joining BRC, Kevin was the director of communications at the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) in Washington, D.C. He also previously worked as a communications consultant to the American Wind Energy Association, the Sierra Club, The Energy Foundation, and as the content strategy lead to the EnergyFactCheck campaign.

Kevin graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from Hope College in Holland, Michigan, and a minor in German. He is currently an MBA candidate at the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado, Boulder. In 2010, he completed an internship in the U.S. House of Representatives. Kevin is an avid skier, golfer and runner in his spare time and enjoys regular travel to visit friends and family in Chicago and Boston.EDUCATION

  • BA, Political Science, Hope College
  • MBA candidate, Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado, Boulder
Authored Works
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Cutting Methane Emissions from Oil and Gas Production: One of the Year’s Biggest Energy Challenges

Leave it to the rocket scientists to solve our biggest climate mysteries. That’s exactly what NASA has done to kick off 2018, using a spectrometer imaging satellite to measure global methane emissions—a potent greenhouse gas that accelerates climate change—and revealing an alarming increase in these emissions that threatens our climate.

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5 Reasons Why the Clean Energy Future Can’t Be Stopped

Energy used to be a boring industry—no pun intended. For over a century, the proven formula for success was to drill, mine, generate, and consume more energy than the year before. But in 1976, a young energy analyst named Amory Lovins decided to question that paradigm in an article titled…

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Death And Taxes: How “Business-Friendly” Tax Reform Has Alarming Consequences for Clean Energy

This blog post is part of a series from RMI’s Business Renewables Center (BRC), which streamlines and accelerates corporate purchasing of off-site, large-scale renewable energy. In late 2015, Congress passed bipartisan legislation that provided the wind and solar industries with a stable policy environment. After over a decade of short-term tax…

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A Buyers Roadmap: Pushing Corporate Renewables to New Heights

This blog post is part of a series from RMI’s Business Renewables Center (BRC), which streamlines and accelerates corporate purchasing of off-site, large-scale renewable energy. 2017 has once again been a banner year for the corporate renewable energy market. With Kimberly Clark and General Motors…

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Clean Energy With Every Click: Google Goes 100% Renewable

Google, the largest corporate purchaser of renewable energy in the world, announced today that it will be powered 100 percent by renewable energy by the end of 2017, closing the book on a series of commitments first made in 2007 to transform how the company approaches…