Supply chain issues likely slowed sales, but state still moving more briskly toward 2030 goal than expected. Does new website provide useful info?
From Cheyenne Wells to Dolores, even the smallest places have EVs. Boulder nad Pitkin counties predictably lead in per-capita EV ownership.
A billionaire industrialist from Australia ays he will invest money in Colorado in search of ways to commercialize green hydrogen. State officials say this “further cements Colorado as a frontrunner in clean energy technology.”
Short items from Colorado’s efforts to squeeze emissions from buildings, large and small, commercial and residential.
A task force recommends state legislators create a legal framework if Colorado’s pathway to deep, deep economy wide decarbonization must go underground.
Filings by Colorado’s two largest utilities reveal strong debate about how much longer natural gas will be vital to ensuring reliable electrical deliveries.
Binding carbon reductions and new lenses for examining the future of existing fossil fuel plants are elements of a proposed agreement.
Xcel Energy wants to spend upwards of $2 billion delivering wind and other renewables to Front Range customers. But what motivates Colorado’s largest utility?
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.
Pumped-storage hydro could use electrical transmission of retiring coal plants in northwestern Colorado to supplement increasing quantities of renewable energy.
Colorado will soon have high-speed EV chargers roughly every 90 miles along its major highways—including places where precious few locals have EVs.
Xcel Energy will become a transportation company and Colorado’s decarbonization efforts will gain traction as a result of a plan about electric vehicles.