A bill being readied for introduction in March would create a state standard for review of renewable energy projects by Colorado jurisdictions. Is this really needed?
Minor pushback to proposed limits on new water-thirsty grasses in areas that get little or no foot traffic
It’s time to build the damn train! A peek at rail and other energy- and climate-related legislation at the Colorado Capitol
Colorado legislators tasked the committee with looking for solutions on the taxed and declining Colorado River. The report is due in December.
Climate scientists issue their latest, stern warning while farmers in Colorado grapple with whether they can sustainably pump Ogallala Aquifer water
But environmental activists worry this is the wrong path for trying to remove carbon from atmosphere
Two energy bills got nowhere, one proposing to boost nuclear energy and the second purporting to preserve energy freedom of choice. Call them “statements.”
Colorado will be seriously rethinking the risk of wildfire in locations where upwards of 80% of the state’s residents live as temperatures rise.
Transportation and building emissions will top the energy and climate agenda as Colorado legislators seek to advance work on ambitious decarbonization goals.
Colorado has a goal of 900,000 sales of electric vehicles annually by 2030. That’s 42% of all sales. To put that statistic into perspective, EVs last year were 3.65% of all sales, a tripling in just two years. How will it get there?