Colorado receives $17.2 million in federal funds that will be used for microgrids and other strategies to ensure the lights stay on
Holy Cross Energy’s solar + storage project near Glenwood Springs reflects partnerships and synergies. Can it find other such projects in the Aspen-Vail-Rifle area?
How will Xcel Energy squeeze emissions to match its promises? The company’s planning team leader Alice Jackson describes many questions that await answers.
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.
Locavore eating, if honorable in intent, has limits. So does the idea of local energy production. Microgrids will have their place, but so will imported energy.
Why produce your electricity locally when it can be imported more cheaply? A new study makes the case for community solar in Colorado’s Garfleld County.
United Power, an electrical cooperative near Denver, wants to find a partner to develop a pilot microgrid. Other utilities have had similar thoughts.
Kit Carson, Holy Cross and other electrical utilities use a new technology from Camus Energy to get the big picture of variable renewable energy and demands.
Climate advocates, eager to accelerate the push for clean energy, are divided over whether to cut a deal or continue a complex process to form their own utility.
Xcel Energy in 2015 set out to learn intricacies of solar-plus-storage in residential and commercial applications. Results disappointed the Colorado PUC.