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Who’s on the sidelines?

Who’s on the sidelines?

Major environmental groups have chosen to remain silent as a legislator introduces bill to study community choice aggregation.

Xcel Energy stands by Comanche 3

Xcel Energy stands by Comanche 3

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 nudge, not a shove

A nudge, not a shove

Three Colroado coal plants must retire by the end of 2028, a year earlier than the utilities planned, the state’s Air Quality Control Commission has ruled. Still to be decided: Hayden units 1 and 2.

Platte River Power’s 100% goal

Platte River Power’s 100% goal

A promise of 100% renewables now withdrawn or a model for Colorado utilities?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.

Natural gas bridge necessary?

Natural gas bridge necessary?

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?

Natural gas questions and tensions

Natural gas questions and tensions

Tension has been rising around the role of natural gas. A new Sierra Club report counters a push by a utilities in California about “renewable natural gas.” Colorado’s oil and gas sectors hopes to quash local natural gas bans with an initiative on the November ballot.

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