It may not read like Chinatown but this story about weaning our buildings off combustion of gases could get interesting.
Proposal would trim Xcel’s sails, start pushing back on natural gas expansion, but falls far short of the major overhaul that some believe is needed
Failing at the Capitol, advocates took their case directly to voters The outcome — the first voter-initiated renewables mandate — was national news.
In 2000, Colorado’s largest utility rejected a major project . Why? A team that included CRES fought back. The result: Colorado Green — followed by others. Others followed.
A settlement agreement proposes to retire Comanche 3 sooner and identifies a 25-year yardstick for evaluating the need for new natural gas plants. It also punts some key decisions.
Binding carbon reductions and new lenses for examining the future of existing fossil fuel plants are elements of a proposed agreement.
This is the energy transition, messy and complicated, with much to like—but also much about which to disagree.
Electricity consumers will save 4% to 5% when Colroado utilities join organized energy markets—maybe more. What will it take to get there in the next 8 years?
Colorado hopes to have nearly a million electric vehicles by 2030. Xcel Energy doesn’t want them all charging at once. A pilot program may deliver answers.
Major environmental groups have chosen to remain silent as a legislator introduces bill to study community choice aggregation.
Worried that Colorado has moved too slowly in decarbonizing, environmentalists are behind a bill that would create more structure, authority, and deadlines.