A Colorado state senator sees a new opening in conservative circles for ideas to decarbonize the state’s economy at an even more brisk pace.
On the site of former meat-packing plate, a three-story building called Hydro has arisen on Colorado State University’s new Denver campus. The focus: water.
This Colorado legislator plans to remain a Republican. But in climate and energy matters, he stands with Democrats. He traces that to a January morning in 2015.
State Sen. Don Coram often crosses the aisle to work with Democrats but says Colorado’s decarbonization goals cannot be achieved. He calls them asinine.
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Colorado’s largest electrical cooperative has a new name, Core, reflecting its enlarged turf and expanded mission. Formerly it was Intermountain Rural Electric Association.
Coal-burning will end at Colorado Springs’s Drake coal plant, the first of many in Colroado this decade. But how exactly will utilities get to 100% renewables?
Parallel studies for Colorado’s Eagle and Summit counties show a worst-case scenario of extreme heating in the 21st century if global emission cannot be tamed.
To get to 100% renewables, utilities need multi-day storage. Possible green hydrogen research at Craig could help deliver an answer. Xcel also has interest.
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