Metropolitan Denver in 2020 improved ozone levels over the previous three years but remained the 8th most ozone-polluted metro area in the United States.
United Mine Workers says change has come, but it wants a just transition for coal workers and investment in research into carbon capture technology.
Two teams have split $15 million in XPrize money for creating ways to sequester carbon dioxide emissions in concrete. One used Wyoming’s Integrated Test Center.
A bill introduced by a Colorado legislator seeks to gently begin escorting methane to the door of buildings, a move that a new UN report says is badly needed.
Biden climate advisor Gina McCarthy will launch the 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium on May 4-5. There’s something to interest almost everyone.
A letter signed by electrical coops in Colorado and New Mexico calls for a clean electricity standard among a broad suite of regulatory and legislative policies.
George Sibley says worried debate in Colorado and other upper-basin states about how to avoid a Colorado River Compact curtailment is badly misplaced.
A survey conducted by an energy advocacy group found evidence that Colorado may soon see widespread adoption of all-electric homes in new construction.
Drought, as we understand the word, doesn’t explain the diminished Colorado River flows. But what word better describes this steady disappointment in snowpack?
Tri-State G&T gets another rating slip, this time by an analyst who cites the requests by 7 member cooperatives for buy-out numbers. Two coops have already left.
Taos-based Kit Carson Electric went out on its own in 2016 and has never looked back. The latest deal will give it 100% daytime solar by 2022—and storage, too.
Southern Ute Indian Tribe Growth Fund is involved in $500 million carbon-capture venture in southwest Colorado. If it goes forward, it will be a big, big deal.