“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.
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project has put together a menu of options for local jurisdictions that want to begin decarbonizing the building sector.