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View Resource Energy Resource Investment Strategy for the City of San Francisco

RMI is assisting the City of San Francisco in the development of data, analysis and program design in support a comprehensive "energy resource investment strategy" (ERIS). The ERIS prioritizes the...
View Resource Photo Voltaic Power Systems and the 2005 National Electrical Code – Suggested Practices

This guide provides information on how the National Electrical Code (NEC) applies to photovoltaic systems. The guide is not intended to supplant or replace the NEC; it paraphrases the NEC where it...
View Resource Hydrogen Economy: Not So Difficult — Without Nuclear Power

RMI's CEO Amory Lovins replies to a Nature article by EPRI's Paul Grant, who claimed that a hydrogen economy would be impractical (taking too much land, capital, fossil fuel, etc.)...except with...
View Resource Twenty Hydrogen Myths

This documented white paper demystifies hydrogen energy, debunks popular misconceptions, and proposes a surprisingly easy, attractive, and profitable path to the hydrogen economy (23 June 2003).
View Resource Cleaner Energy, Greener Profits

This research paper explores the cost-effectiveness of fuel cells as an electrical generation source to provide domestic, commercial and industrial power. Cleaner Energy, Greener Profits finds that,...
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