The requests Gov. Jared Polis made Monday will take a year or more to take effect. They are intended to help Coloradans next winter.
There may be no place, except perhaps the military, that is more highly regimented than ballet
State’s regulators reinstated a large fine set aside when KPK promised to clean up leaks and spills because just a tiny fraction of the work is done
Developed in 1857, tech improvements are making heat pumps a viable element in the contemporary transition to cleaner, more energy efficient homes.
State utilities regulators called a hearing to discuss how — and if they can — lessen impacts of frigid weather and pressure in the natural gas market
KPK says it will be in better financial condition if it sells northeastern Colorado wells to a company proposing to use them for a carbon capture project.
Xcel appears to have directed its own natural gas supply to meet reserve requirements rather than generate power during 2021 storm. “It’s like someone is knocking on your door to pay a credit card bill and you are putting the money in savings.”
Community choice electric, or CCE, is a concept pioneered in 1999. Xcel Energy says it’s a solution to a carbon problem that is already on its way to being solved.
More than 100,000 people have called for aid paying gas and electric bills, but the help is available only once per customer
Regulators reacted to the appeal of 6 environmental groups that say data for individual drilling projects isn’t helping solve Colorado’s regional pollution problems