Alyssa Clemsen Roberts will take the helm of Delta-Montrose Electric Association after a stint at Platte River Power Authority.
Solar farms in the works near Delta, Fort Collins and Pueblo, Jigar Shah shares thoughts on scaling the energy transition, CORE makes case to Aspen.
If the immediate work is mostly obvious, the urgency of decarbonizing energy is daunting. Is the moonshot of the 1960s really the most appropriate analogy?
The 2020s will be the decade of rapidly closing coal plants in Colorado. Utilities have plans for just one plant beyond 2030.
Colorado regulators are looking into what gas utilities should have known before the February chill that briefly sent natural gas prices shooting upward.
From a decarbonization roadmap to a giant solar farm to firming plans for 100% renewable energy, Colorado’s energy transition in 2020 told in these stories.
Platte River Power Authority has is currently the decarbonization frontrunner among Colorado’s larger electrical utilities. But how can it get to 100% by 2030?
A pilot program of six home batteries represents an effort by Holy Cross Energy to better contour demands around supply as it moves toward 80% renewables.
A promise of 100% renewables now withdrawn or a model for Colorado utilities?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.
Platte River Power Authority directors are being asked to choose a path to 100% emissions free electricity that crosses a natural gas bridge. Is that necessary?
Tri-State Generation and Transmission and its four co-owners of the second coal-burning unit at Craig have announced it will be closed Sept. 30, 2028.
The new Roundhouse has begun production. With completion of a solar farm later this year, four northern Colorado communities served by Platte River Power Authority will get 50% of their electricity from non-carbon sources.