Welcome to Rogue Green!

rogue (rōg)
- noun
a playfully mischievous person

green (green)
environmentally sound or beneficial

Rogue Green is about bringing the fun back to GREEN. The grassroots, the inspiration, the loss of ego and collective spirit of seeing the BIGGER picture.

Monthly social/networking events for eco-minded ROGUES held the 1st Thursday of every month, along with side projects and events when the rogue mood strikes! Events will always take place in the Downtown/Midtown Metro Phoenix area.

Hosted by the always fun and mostly mischievous Ms. Stacey Champion.


April Rogue Green - What's New With Energize Phoenix

We're long overdue for a Rogue Green & April is Earth Month!

My dear friend Mara DeFilippis recently took a new position as the Sr. Project Coordinator for Energize Phoenix and they've been working on some great stuff!

We'll have a presentation and Q & A from 6 PM - 7 PM at ASU Cronkite School, Room #314 (555 N. Central Ave.) then head over to the Westin lounge (333 N. Central Ave.) to have drinks and socialize/network from 7 PM - 8 PM.

FREE to attend, but you must register so we have an accurate count for the room. Buy your own drinks at the Westin. 

Walking, biking or lightrail is encouraged. Parking meters downtown are free after 5 PM if you drive.

Title: ASU presents Energy Efficiency Idea Guide and Energize Phoenix Preliminary Findings

What: ASU’s Global Institute of Sustainability has compiled a book of many of the best ideas from across the nation tailored to grow energy efficiency in Arizona. Energize Phoenix is a three-year energy efficiency building upgrade program managed by the city of Phoenix and in partnership with Arizona State University and Arizona Public Service. The $25MM program is funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 through the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Neighborhood Program.

Get an early glance and provide feedback on our just-released Energy Efficiency Idea Guide. We want to hear from you about how to most efficiently take the lowest hanging fruit from idea to implementation!

The Guide:
• Provides brief and non-technical EE solutions specific to Arizona’s unique economic, regulatory and political environment
• Is adapted from successful policies, programs and ideas from across the country
• Is intended for policymakers and stakeholders to spark ideas and discussions that lead to implementation

Also, hear the latest results from Energize Phoenix: who is participating, who is not and how much energy is being saved.

Presenter: Mick Dalrymple