A divided city council in Louisville wrestles with how best to rebuild, with immediate costs foremost or with an eye on mid-century goals?
Filings by Colorado’s two largest utilities reveal strong debate about how much longer natural gas will be vital to ensuring reliable electrical deliveries.
“Greenhouse” is found 42 times in the Colorado’s mammoth transportation bill. Congestion is part of the bill, too. And, unstated, is the word compromise.
A bill introduced by a Colorado legislator seeks to gently begin escorting methane to the door of buildings, a move that a new UN report says is badly needed.
Demand for natural gas in buildings would be further crimped if a bill considered in Colorado gets passed. One provision puts a social cost on methane.
Tri-State G&T’s plan to deeply decarbonize its electrical supply in Colorado is voluminous, but it leaves many blanks to be filled in later.