Senate president Fenberg takes a hard question about his choice of a committee for the first hearing: it was a statement bill.
Advanced La Plata Electric Association on several fronts but co-op remains a full member of Tri-State G&T
It’s time to build the damn train! A peek at rail and other energy- and climate-related legislation at the Colorado Capitol
Northwest Colorado gets grant, Tri-State a new CFO & other snippets from Colorado’s ever-shifting energy landscape
Cooperative puts together storages, natural gas and other pieces for when it leaves Tri-State on Jan. 1
Amory Lovins says the United States is actually ahead of schedule on the massive task of moving away from fossil fuels and their emissions
Colorado legislators plan legal governance for carbon sequestration. Gov. Jared Polis to talk it up at a conference in Denver. But in Aspen, Joe Romm says the case for CCS is incredibly weak
Big Pivots surpassed our November-December 2023 goal. This surely can be read as a vote of confidence by our readers!
New Day Hydrogen and CSU snag $9 million in federal funding for fueling stations in Fort Collins, Denver and Pueblo geared toward medium- and heavy-duty fleet vehicles. They envision much more.
Lawmakers addressed everything from baby wipes to water-wise landscaping to the Colorado River in session that wrapped up this week