Ah, the irony. The nation’s media wanted the expertise about a greenhouse gas used in air conditioning who lives in a valley with few, if any, such appliances.
Tri-State members have begun getting power from a new wind farm in eastern Colorado. But as to future wind farms as Tri-State decarbonizes? Much to answer here.
Nigel Zeid has left Boulder Nissan, hoping to share his expertise and passion for electric vehicles more broadly as Colorado readies for deep penetration of EVs.
Solar farms in the works near Delta, Fort Collins and Pueblo, Jigar Shah shares thoughts on scaling the energy transition, CORE makes case to Aspen.
When Texas freezes over, and more on methane as readers respond to Big Pivots issues 35 and 36.
Roger Freeman says Colorado Gov. Jared Polis should hew to the climate path described by the late S. David Freeman and sign this year’s SB 21-200 into law.
A Colorado electrical coop has embarked on a cutting edge project to learn how to use batteries to shave peak wholesale costs. A school bus has homework, too.
Get going, says Gina McCarthy, Biden’s climate advisor, on the energy transition, even if uncertain remains. And get the public excited about opportunities.
If the immediate work is mostly obvious, the urgency of decarbonizing energy is daunting. Is the moonshot of the 1960s really the most appropriate analogy?
A bill would put $15 million into just transition of Colorado’s coal dependent workers and communities, but an AFL-CIO official says much more will be needed.
Western Colorado’s Nucla and Naturita hope state aid will help them transition from loss of good-paying jobs after a coal plant and mine closed in 2019.
A new law in Colorado gives electrical cooperatives some to-do’s and can-do’s. It also tells Tri-State G&T that meetings must be open to members, news media.