Colorado receives $17.2 million in federal funds that will be used for microgrids and other strategies to ensure the lights stay on
Directors scrap rates but one coop manager says this issue will have to be addressed within a year or two
Lots and lots of thoughts about how to refine the path forward as Colorado barrels toward it hopes emissions-free living
Colorado Energy Office has $9 million in grant money available to help local governments improve building performance
Lots of issues here: social equity, closing in on 100% renewables — and whether rates adopted by Colorado’s forward-looking utility would break state law. Will that law be changed?
The Colorado Energy Office plans to update the state’s greenhouse gas reduction roadmap. Here you can expect the biggest tweaks
The short answer is yes. But it will take a lot of carrots from the state and federal governments. The good news is that the seeds have mostly been planted.
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.