Colorado governor to ask lawmakers for $1.9 million to create new policy and technology team to aid negotiators as river crisis deepens
Banish those thoughts of smoke-belching Mack trucks. The Mack that will soon be collecting compostables in Boulder will be all-electric.
Looking out on Mt. Evans, Colorado Colorado Gov. Jared Polis rescinded two proclamations that helped create the atmosphere resulted in the massacre in 1864.
Given his business background, it would seem Colorado Gov. Jared Polis would like market-based solutions to the climate challenge. The reality is more complex.
Roger Freeman says Colorado Gov. Jared Polis should hew to the climate path described by the late S. David Freeman and sign this year’s SB 21-200 into law.
Colorado’s newest coal plant has been a dog, but Xcel Energy says it should stay open until 2040, a crucial component of the company;’s decarbonization plan.
A gap exists between Colorado”s decarbonization goals and its clear path to achieving them. How about cap-and-trade? Too many problems, a state board decided.
Transportation and building emissions will top the energy and climate agenda as Colorado legislators seek to advance work on ambitious decarbonization goals.
Surely there were high-fives among navigators of Colorado’s decarbonization roadmap when General Motors announced it was all in on EVs by 2035. Then more came.
A BlueGreen Alliance report documents the giant growth of the oil and gas sectors in Colorado and New Mexico—and why it’s time to plan for the inevitable bust.
Eric Blank has been appointed to chair the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, which has a central role in the state’s decarbonizing of its economy.
A promise of 100% renewables now withdrawn or a model for Colorado utilities? Reactions to Platte River Power Authority’s resource plan were wildly different.