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SuperLife Features Green Energy Plan that Walmart and Wall Street Occupiers Can Love

July 8, 2012

New jobs that can’t be oursourced, increased profits for all kinds of businesses, revival of the U.S. and global economies, a direct assault on pollution and global warming, cars that go farther on less fuel, plummeting expenditures for electricity, homes that heat themselves and sell energy back to the grid — these are some of the predicted outcomes of Reinventing Fire(TM), a next-era plan that’s starting to be implemented already.

Mountain Lakes, NJ (PRWEB) July 08, 2012

Today SuperLife, the professional network devoted to positive-future trends, endorses an ambitious yet simple roadmap called Reinventing Fire(TM). It was developed by Amory B. Lovins, Cofounder, Chairman and Chief Scientist of Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI). If broadly implemented, the plan could “turn the economy around while saving the environment,” says Richard W. (Dick) Samson, director of SuperLife, a service of EraNova Institute.

Three key features of the plan are –

  • Heavy reliance on sensible design changes that can greatly cut energy requirements in factories, office buildings, homes, cars, and public transportation systems.
  • A synergistic mix of green energy technologies combined with an affordable transition away from polluting fossil fuels.
  • No need for science breakthroughs. The goals can be accomplished entirely with existing knowledge; leading-edge developments would be welcome, though, and make the prospects even brighter.

If acted upon aggressively, the plan could create millions of jobs, add billions to corporate profits, reduce deficit spending, increase wealth for the middle class and rich alike, and end reliance on fossil fuels by 2050.

Reinventing Fire(TM) is described on the SuperLife site in an article titled “A Plan for Sustainable Energy with Today’s Technology.” A video is included along with links to more information and a book by Lovins titled Reinventing Fire(TM). “Right now, all organizations, large to small, and all individuals, ultra-rich to dirt poor, can start saving money and building a better future just by implementing small parts of the plan,” says Samson.

“One nice thing about the plan is that it requires no new legislation, though governmental action could accelerate progress,” says Samson. Progress is already underway. High profile clients of RMI have included Walmart, Ford, and Pacific Gas & Electric, as well as the Pentagon and White House.

The SuperLife site will post new information on Reinventing Fire(TM) and other sustainable energy options as developments materialize.

The sustainable energy trend is just one life-changing, leading-edge development tracked on SuperLife. Dozens of key trends are covered within six categories: money, mind, health, living, technology, and culture. Experts in the six categories are invited to join SuperLife to collaborate and let people learn about their discoveries, innovations, principles, books, art works, useful products, or services.

There will be a growing body of content useful to business and government leaders, professionals in all fields, students, and the general public. Anyone, expert or not, may join the network for email alerts of breaking developments, and to gain access to members-only content and features. There is no charge.

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