Holy Cross Energy expects to surpass 90% in carbon-free energy in 2024. It hasn’t had a rate increase since 2018. Why does Xcel Energy have higher rates even as it pivots more slowly?
A press conference to parade the raft of energy bills in Colorado. But why did the governor reverse course? He now supports new interim carbon reduction goals.
Colorado legislator fails to persuade committee that the vast majority of climate scientists have it all wrong about CO2
Colorado lawmakers in 2022 won’t match the breadth and depth of their legislative decarbonizing efforts in 2019 and 2021. But meaningful work is underway.
With an incentive here, a mandate there, state legislators hope to nudge buildings to a low-emissions future of heating and cooling.
Utilities have figured out how to integrate high levels of renewables, but not 100%. Until they do, nuclear energy will be on the table, despite the high cost.
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.
This Colorado legislator plans to remain a Republican. But in climate and energy matters, he stands with Democrats. He traces that to a January morning in 2015.
State Sen. Don Coram often crosses the aisle to work with Democrats but says Colorado’s decarbonization goals cannot be achieved. He calls them asinine.
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.
Demand for natural gas in buildings would be further crimped if a bill considered in Colorado gets passed. One provision puts a social cost on methane.