Two new analyses rank Colorado third and fourth in nation for its energy transformations.
This Princeton graduate, a veteran of the war in Afghanistan, is now a different and even more global mission. He wants Americans to electrify their buildings. Is this a war we can win?
Can Colorado achieve its 50% economy wide emissions reductions by 2030.? Yes, probably, say a team of RMI researchers. Much depends upon new rules created by a handful of state agencies.
Nobody in the world has done this, replacing natural gas combustion within buildings at scale. Colorado must if it hopes to achieve its goals of emissions reductions.
Wyoming legislators take aim at Colorado’s decarbonization with a $1.2 million legal fund. The nexus for this potential lawsuit will be Laramie River Station.
To keep global warming below 2 degrees Celsius, we need to do a lot of things—including creating homes that don’t require burning natural gas for heat or water.
Colorado regulators have signaled they want Xcel Energy to consider using securitization to advance retirement of Comanche 3, the West’s youngest coal plant.
Rocky Mountain Instittue, the highly regarded think tank, credits Tri-State Generation & Transmission with plotting a a sharp pivot away from coal-based generation to a renewables future.