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
The fuel that comes out of the gleaming pumps at X3CNG’s west Greeley station has the telltale smell of fossil fuel. It runs a big truck with the heavy-duty efficiency of a fossil fuel. But the impact of the transaction can be the opposite of burning fossil fuel. X3CNG and many of its competitors in […]
What was supposed to be a quick way to raise money to address pipeline safety issues, a little add-on of about $3 a month for the average household, has lingered on Xcel Energy natural gas bills for a decade – but it may finally end. Xcel has since 2011 raised nearly $610 million, or three […]
The future arrives in Eric Sumpter’s back shop partially disassembled, in grease-stained cardboard boxes, looking a bit exhausted. Hybrid and electric vehicle batteries show up at MileHybrid Automotive because it’s one of the only places state officials can identify that accepts them for refurbishing. Or, if they’ve been folded like an accordion in an accident […]
One seldom-explained job of an electric-vehicle coach is to assure people they’re not seeing ghosts. Julia Moravcsik likes to take the EV-curious to the parking lot at National Center for Atmospheric Research, on Table Mesa above Boulder, and demonstrate her car’s “Smart summon” mode. With an all-electric Tesla, the driver can stand at the curb […]