Fort Collins-based AtmosZero is using brewer to pilot a drop-in heat pump system that could help reduce the carbon footprints of other similar companies that account for 7% of U.S. greenhouse gases.
One orphaned well was added to Colorado regulators’ long list of projects, and another may be joining it. Both may have to wait in line.
“This isn’t a sweet little thing where the audience goes and claps for the nice disabled people. We are trying to create rigorously artistic productions,” Phamaly Theatre artistic director said
The utility’s 1.6 million Colorado customers will see their bills rise 4.4% — about $4 on the average residential bill — on Sept. 1
Frederick, and its neighbor Dacono, are appealing to state regulators to force K.P. Kauffman to plug and abandon wells developers say are making them look elsewhere.
Breckenridge — and soon Summit County — is adopting a “renewable energy mitigation plan” to offset greenhouse gases from outdoor amenities
Customers of the state’s largest utility also are responsible for debt service on $27 million spent on never used southeastern Colorado ditch rights
Environmental groups say heat pumps can get most of the emissions out. Xcel paid for a study that begs to differ.
Private companies are already making major investments in EV charging. But should monopoly utilities, like Xcel, support them or build their own?
The “emissions intensity” rule requires companies closely monitor methane releases and limits allowed pollution based on how much oil and gas they produce