Colorado receives $17.2 million in federal funds that will be used for microgrids and other strategies to ensure the lights stay on
Eulogists gathered at the University of Colorado in Boulder remembered the visions, passions, and well-grounded mentoring by the law professor who knew how to use words and make a difference
A lot of money, of course, and a lot of new transmission in and around metropolitan Denver. What else is there in this package?
Tri-State lobbied hard to help G&Ts such as itself get a piece of the IRA pie. Might it use that money to close its coal-burning unit in Arizona?
At least some of Colorado’s 22 electrical cooperatives have hopes of securing help through IRA and other programs. Here is a glimpse of their intentions
Southwest Power Pool says it has seven utilities lined up to participate in its regional transmission organization, the first that to overlap both the Eastern and Western Interconnections
Directors scrap rates but one coop manager says this issue will have to be addressed within a year or two
200 MW of solar going up in New Mexico at site of Tri-State’s Escalante Station. My oh my, how things have changed in just four years.
A ProPublica database tells a story about Colorado’s shifting energy landscape and its advocacy organizations
Lots and lots of thoughts about how to refine the path forward as Colorado barrels toward it hopes emissions-free living
From Maybell to Springfield, outposts along Colorado’s more remote highways will soon be getting fast chargers for the traveling EV public
What will it take to drive down carbon emissions when flying from Aspen?