A pilot program of six home batteries represents an effort by Holy Cross Energy to better contour demands around supply as it moves toward 80% renewables.
A bill seeking to trigger energy efficiency in buildings is one of several Colorado legislative efforts aimed at squeezing carbon from buildings.
State utility regulators have started talking about their role in weaning buildings from natural gas. Colorado must do it differently than California.
Constitutional scholar takes dim view of Wyoming legal strategy; lower Btu Powder River coal struggles for markets; new hope for carbon capture and storage.
What will it take to get to a 100% clean-energy grid? Mostly a matter of doing what is known, say 2 researchers. A study by 2 federal labs is more cautious.
Aspen wants to squeeze energy from buildings, Delta-Montrose Electric shows improved bottom line, Pueblo County resident frets about solar heat-island effect.
In Taos as across the Southwest, temperatures continue to rise, especially on winter nights. And Facebook shows New Mexico the path forward, say op/ed writers.
A Colorado bill proposes to add the global warming potential of materials used in buildings — and, in a national first, roads —in evaluating state funded projects.
Unhappiness can turn out candidates. But that doesn’t seem to explain this year’s bumper crop of candidates for Holy Cross Energy’s board. Could it be success?
Many states, but not Colorado, allow wildlife hunting contests. The contests produce bodies, but do they help other wildlife or even livestock? Actually, no.
Headwaters River Journey in Winter Park graphically explains Colorado’s tangled interplay between growing Front Range cities and its Western Slope headwaters.
“Greenhouse” is found 42 times in the Colorado’s mammoth transportation bill. Congestion is part of the bill, too. And, unstated, is the word compromise.