The National Renewable Energy Lab wrote software to cut the review period for a rooftop solar permit by 30 days. State plans $1 million in grants for more to adopt the app.
Why a Colorado switch to cleaner heavy trucks faces big roadblocks
State air commission will vote to copy California’s clean trucks mandate, but the trucking industry says no one is ready.
In Colorado River talks, still no agreement about water cuts
Review pits California and tribal interests against Colorado and five other states that say it’s time to come up with an approach that more fairly shares the river.
Air emissions, water demands skyrocket as 72% of Colorado’s new oil and gas activity centers on the Front Range
Annual state report shows regulators approved 838 new wells in 2022, with a sharp increase on the Front Range
Colorado lawmakers moving forward with tougher ozone air pollution bill
Coalition says Gov. Polis’ recent directives don’t go far enough to combat the toxic Front Range gas
How many electric vehicle chargers does a Colorado apartment building need?
Debate at the legislature and at a new state energy codes board pits consumer needs against keeping housing more affordable.
Will a Colorado biochar company lock up enough carbon to help the planet?
Biochar Now explains how smoldering wood into charcoal might take a small bite from climate change
Here’s how Colorado plans to slow global warming using carbon capture
New machine to draw carbon from air in Brighton may be North America’s largest effort, in VIP launch. But is there a “moral hazard”?
It’s all white: Colorado’s statewide snowpack tops 140%, though reservoirs are still low
Deep mountain snow in Colorado is good news, but what really matters is how reservoirs and soil moisture are replenished when it melts
Colorado withdraws air pollution permit after suit claims it was rushed
State’s OK for tanker repair shop is voided by Adams County District Court after neighbors said they failed to “follow the science”