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.
The program is one of the largest in the country. Registration for the lottery will be open from Friday to Monday.
Private companies are already making major investments in EV charging. But should monopoly utilities, like Xcel, support them or build their own?
Local communities must adopt the codes for new construction, while builders worry about cost increases.
A new law requires the promising renewable energy to be produced in a “green” way. What’s the difference?
Clean electrification mandates for big trucks come at a big cost, and new grants can defray company expenses
Debate at the legislature and at a new state energy codes board pits consumer needs against keeping housing more affordable.
A state credit for income-qualified new and used EV buyers to trade in older gas cars will add up to $6,000 to existing lucrative discounts to push electrification
Denver relaunches popular e-bike vouchers and Polis proposes major new car-buying credits to promote clean electrification.
Utilities and state grants take on “range anxiety” with a technology innovation bringing rapid charging equity to far-flung locations