RLM specializes in developing, maintaining and hosting web sites for energy
and environmentally conscious companies and organizations. We do, however,
get involved in developing web sites for many different types of companies and
organizations. Follow the links on the left for a complete listing of
current clients. Below you will find information on new sites under
New Sites / Projects On the Boards
The following are sites that are currently under
construction. You may be able
to view some of them at their
Poudre Valley Rural Electric Cooperative
PV REA is a Windsor, CO based Rural Electric
RLM came up with a new design and reorganized
their web site back in 2008. RLM is now formatting a new
design into Mojo Portal.
Client: Poudre Valley REA
Client Since: 2008
Efficiency Project (SWEEP)
Boulder Colorado based energy
RLM redesigned the initial design in 2010.
RLM is currently coming up with a new design and setting it up with
Mojo Portal CMS
Client: Southwest Energy Efficiency
Client Since: 2002
Energy and Environmental Building Alliance
EEBA is an international organization
headquartered in Minneapolis, MN the promotes education on energy
efficient and green building technologies.
RLM is coming up with a
new design and setting it up in Mojo Portal CMS.
Client: Energy and Environmental Building
Eden Prairie, MN
Client Since: 1998
Coalition of Northeastern Governors
Washington, DC based organization of
the seven northeastern Governors.
RLM is currently coming up with a new design and
setting it up in Mojo Portal CMS.
Client: CONEG Policy Research Center, Washington, DC
Client Since: 1999
Association of Energy Service Companies (NAESCO)
National organization based in Washington, DC
that represents Energy Service Companies.
RLM is coming up with a new design and
converting the site to MojoPortal CMS system.
Client Since: November 2004
Online: May 2005
Energy Smart Pools
Current Project: Redesign web site
Energy Smart Pools is a project of RLM based on
the expired DOE Project called RSPEC.
RLM is creating a new design for the old RSPEC
web site and adding new features. RLM will be creating a web
application based on the Energy Smart Pools Software that was
developed by the U.S. Department of Energy. Randy Martin was
part of the team that ran that program for DOE
Client Since: Forever!