Two more electric co-ops are trying to leave Tri-State Generation. They’ve asked the Colorado PUC for helpBy Mark Jaffe Energy Primary category in which blog post is published
A $60,000 solar project, with no money down: A Colorado program helps businesses finance renewable energy projectsBy Sharon Sullivan Business Primary category in which blog post is published
Tri-State, under pressure from its member co-ops to change or fall behind, is shifting to renewable energy
Giant power provider on the verge of deal with departing utility says it will shutter coal-fired plant in Nucla two years early as it retools carbon-emissions goals.
The pledges the Democratic candidates made on education, health care, oil and gas and TABOR all rank at the top of his list
Small hydropower providers are hoping it’s their time to shine as Colorado moves toward a renewables future
“My dream is to get to the world where hydropower is like rooftop solar," said Kurt Johnson, a hydropower advocate who co-authored the Colorado Energy Office’s “2015 Small Hydropower Handbook.”
The Democrat plans to move aggressively to implement his priorities, starting with executive orders as early as this week
Costs, regulations pushing legitimate marijuana grow operations to be more efficient, but illicit grows still consume 75 percent of the energy used to cultivate pot
Xcel Energy, Colorado’s largest utility, aims to have zero carbon emissions by 2050 in industry-first plan
Xcel Energy says it's responding in large part to climate change and its goals will affect eight states where the company operates
Homes with no energy bills are catching on — even in Pueblo — and the extra cost isn’t as high as you’d think
A study that found building net-zero homes costs not much more than standard homes changed the trajectory of a Pueblo housing project. Now, more than 5,000 net-zero ready homes are proposed for Colorado.
Boulder, Pueblo could be the next cities to create their own utilities in pursuit of 100 percent renewable energy
Nine governments are moving toward having their cities powered by 100 percent renewable energy. Longmont and Fort Collins have the best chances.