A ProPublica database tells a story about Colorado’s shifting energy landscape and its advocacy organizations
Supply chain issues likely slowed sales, but state still moving more briskly toward 2030 goal than expected. Does new website provide useful info?
Xcel Energy has elevated its vision of vehicle electrification . Can the grid meet this much demand? We can make it work, says SWEEP’s Travis Madsen.
Crested Butte says no to new natural gas. Will Colorado’s larger towns and cities follow its lead?
As Colorado debates how to decarbonize its buildings, evidence arrives of the cost-effectiveness of air-source heat pumps and other technologies that work even in the coldest places.
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.
“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 survey conducted by an energy advocacy group found evidence that Colorado may soon see widespread adoption of all-electric homes in new construction.
Utilities in Colorado and beyond have embraced energy efficiency in large part because of the work of Howard Geller’ and the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project.
Xcel Energy will become a transportation company and Colorado’s decarbonization efforts will gain traction as a result of a plan about electric vehicles.
General Motors has joined Nissan in offering purchasers of EVs in Colorado immediate state tax credits.
As required by Colorado law, Xcel Energy has plans to heavily invest in charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. one analyst says that the electric utility is, in effect, becoming a transportation company, too.