Tri-State G&T’s proposed exit fees would make it very, very expensive for United Power and La Plata Energy to leave. Justified? Or are the figures bloated?
Carbon farming can deliver income to farmers, but rules are needed to ensure they deliver what they are paid for, say Colorado State University researchers.
Why East Troublesome was Colorado’s most disturbing fire in 2020. And how the briskly warming climate may put Vail, Aspen and others in the paths of megafires.
Given his business background, it would seem Colorado Gov. Jared Polis would like market-based solutions to the climate challenge. The reality is more complex.
Colorado has become the first inland state to ban single-use plastic bags and foam products. Advocates say they want to further crimp proliferating plastic.
Utah attributes ozone to China and wildfires, New Mexico to take up clean fuel standard, and Tri-State G&T must deliver answers to federal agency.
Keystone XL seems to be dead, a chapter ending of the golden age of oil even as another chapter is underway as reflected in the director elections at Exxon.
With risk of wildfires rising, electrical utilities in Taos, Aspen and other rural areas are looking at battery storage as a way of improving resilience.
Extended and broad heat wave in 2030. A big push of electric pickup trucks? Colorado utility commissioners try to crystal electrical needs and opportunities.
Xcel Energy says it’s nearly out of capacity on its existing natural gas line to Fraser and Winter Park. Builders are upset. But is this an opportunity?
Hopes abound in Wyoming of the state being at the front edge of new nuclear technology that deploys small modular reactors. The state could use a path forward.
Pueblo was struck by a flood in 1921 that likely killed hundreds. The recovery had implications for Colorado broadly—and poses questions about today’s risks.