Source: Evan Scandling, APCO Worldwide, NW Cleantech, June 2012
Representatives from the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) shared cutting edge sustainable development concepts at a recent event hosted by WCTA. RMI, a leading research and education non-profit, centered their discussion around efficient technologies and solutions.
Some highlighted innovations from their presentation included
- Wireless electric vehicle charging stations—Nissan and other automakers aim for rolling it out in 2014.
- IT-based transportation (e.g. driverless cars) in order to streamline traffic flows, increasing fuel efficiency and road safety.
- Distribution of renewable generators for a customer-centric electricity system.
For more information see: Reinventing Fire. This event was co-sponsored by the Washington Clean Technology Alliance.