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The penalty was announced by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission at a news conference
Senate Bill 167 would clarify which automakers are allowed to sell electric vehicles without a dealership, after Tesla found a loophole
Data shows fewer new EV buyers took advantage of state’s $5,000 tax credits, which drop to $2,500 next year.
The transfers are part of the Trump administration’s decision to create a new national headquarters for the BLM in Grand Junction
Suncor oil refinery agrees to $9 million settlement with Colorado for air quality violations in Commerce City
The deal with Colorado’s health department includes $2.6 million in projects to improve environment and health in the adjacent neighborhoods most affected by violations, including Globeville and Elyria-Swansea
Critics accused the administration of producing a flawed analysis of the federal coal program that ignores its broader impacts
Want cheaper electricity? Xcel Energy wants to help — if you’re willing to do your laundry at 2 a.m.
Xcel is asking the Colorado Public Utilities Commission to put all of its residential customers in Colorado on time-of-use rates to blunt the demand for electricity on summer afternoons and early evenings.
A Colorado Sun survey shows all but two candidates support federal marijuana legalization, while others lack clear plans on Western issues
Electric-vehicle makers want to sell directly to Coloradans. Dealers say that’s a “solution in search of a problem.”
Senate Bill 167 would let all makers of EVs, including Ford, sell their electric SUVs directly to customers, bypassing dealerships