Rocky Mountain Institute’s
Community Energy Resource Guide
Ecolibrium3, with funding from RE-AMP‘s Local Solutions Fund, hosted a two-day community energy charrette on February 18 & 19, 2015. The charrette built upon the palpable enthusiasm and actions already taking place in Duluth around energy transition and carbon reduction. The City of Duluth has pledged an 80% reduction in carbon by 2050 from their baseline carbon inventory in 2001. In order to meet these reductions and create greater economic opportunity, charrette stakeholders and public participants identified priority focus areas. An additional outcome was development of a national resource guide to assist other communities in planning for energy transition.