How Kit Carson Electric has worked with Taos and other pueblos in northern New Mexico to develop solar + storage
Breakthrough Energy Catalyst gives $20 million to test iron-rust storage at sites of two Xcel coal plants
Colorado will probe the pairing of solar panels with canals and reservoirs. Can solar help solve the San Luis Valley water woes?
In Colorado’s North Fork Valley, Mark Waltermire grows hundreds of varieties of vegetables. Will he be able to add electricity to his community offering?
Wall Street sees clouded uncertainty for Colorado’s second largest electrical utility, but a bright future for another Colorado cooperative.
Climate lawsuit by three Colorado jurisdictions against Suncor and ExxonMobil stays in a Colorado court. No trial date set.
Two former chair of the Colorado PUC say who is running the show behind the scenes can matter greatly in this giant pivot of energy systems
Lawmakers addressed everything from baby wipes to water-wise landscaping to the Colorado River in session that wrapped up this week
Renewables need storage, and pumped-storage hydro provides it. Will these projects help Colorado achieve its decarbonization goals?
No doubt, nuclear energy has key advantages. So why isn’t it likely to be the silver bullet that some people in Craig and Pueblo crave?
The Dolores River rarely has enough water for river rafters. Not this year. It looks to be a wild season for boaters on that nad other rivers in Colorado
Transmission lines carrying massive amounts of wind-generated electricity from Wyoming will cross Colorado like 8 and 12-lane interstate highways with no exits or on-ramps. Why is that?
Member cooperatives are tempted to hop the fence to graze on greener renewable energy. Chief executive Duane Highley warns his flock about a big, bad wolf called resource adequacy. Can he keep them in his fold?
CEO of electric cooperative dismisses “doom and gloom.” But he does outline a future after Tri-State that will be more complex.
Wholesaler has coal-burning units in Colorado, Wyoming. and Arizona —and mounds of debt. How much can the Inflation Reduction Act help?
Colorado 350 has set out to ask Colorado voters in 2024 to phase out new oil and gas leasing before 2031. Why so soon?
Major farmland owner sees huge upside to its investment in dryland farming country along Xcel Energy’s planned transmission line
Electrical cooperative says new rates needed to help sustain electrical grid as it nears 100% carbon free energy. Solar installers see it very differently.
Inflation Reduction Act delivers nearly $10 billion for allocation to rural electric cooperative and power providers
Four-megawatt solar array to break ground in Craig. How many more will come in northwestern Colorado as the coal era ends by 2030?