A bill proposing study of nuclear energy in Colorado was pitched as serving multiple benefits, including a way to use existing infrastructure. It quickly died.
An innovator, Aspen now has a Tesla battery at a location where it can do the most good, instead of at a mountain-top restaurant.
As the Colorado town of Craig struggles to create a future beyond coal, one idea was for a new museum. That idea got promises of funding but went no further.
A task force recommends state legislators create a legal framework if Colorado’s pathway to deep, deep economy wide decarbonization must go underground.
Colorado PUC orders a report about the latest “generator casualty.” Much larger questions remain about reliability of state’s youngest coal plant.
Why La Plata Electric directors believe their deals with Tri-State G&T and Crossover Energy Partners gives them the best possible deal, lower carbon and costs.
State regulators say Xcel has justified spending $1.7 billion to build transmission across Colorado’s windy and sunny eastern plains.
Colorado a century ago was poorly connected by roads. Its electrical utilities still are poorly linked. Why they need energy markets.and how that may happen.
Natural gas will remain for decades, but Colorado in 2021 began pushing firmly but gently to begin suppressing methane emissions, especially from buildings.
Some Colorado utilities want to get to 100% emissions-free electricity by 2030, others just 80% or above. What mix of new technologies will get them there?
Looking out on Mt. Evans, Colorado Colorado Gov. Jared Polis rescinded two proclamations that helped create the atmosphere resulted in the massacre in 1864.
Executives of Evraz say the key to their decision to build a $500 steel mill in Pueblo was the long-term cost reliability offered by solar power.