Environmental groups say heat pumps can get most of the emissions out. Xcel paid for a study that begs to differ.
We asked recycling and reuse experts to take on a reader’s dilemma about retiring perfectly good fossil fuel-powered machinery.
Developed in 1857, tech improvements are making heat pumps a viable element in the contemporary transition to cleaner, more energy efficient homes.
We sorted through new and tantalizing layers of federal, state, Xcel and local credits for buying clean heat pumps, water heaters and more
Denver relaunches popular e-bike vouchers and Polis proposes major new car-buying credits to promote clean electrification.
Activists and planners still praise new city building codes as progressive, green friendly
Critics say Xcel Energy’s push to supply natural gas to 6,800 new customers in Denver, Edgewater and Lakewood runs afoul of Denver’s plans to reduce natural gas consumption
The Consumer Reports survey says it all: While 70% of U.S. drivers said last year they would consider buying an electric vehicle next, only 30% of drivers said they knew much about them. To close that yawning 40% knowledge gap, there’s a lot of work ahead — for automakers, conservation groups promoting electrification, utilities and […]
Colorado is moving to tighten air emissions from a range of oil and gas activities – including hydrofracturing or fracking – with a general consensus among industry, environmental and community groups. In two days of testimony before the state’s Air Quality Control Commission there was general support for proposed rules covering fracking and drilling, internal […]
With gasoline hovering around $1 a gallon and the economy reeling with COVID-19 uncertainty, the state’s plan to get to one million electric vehicles on its roads by 2030 hasn’t stalled. In fact, it’s hit the gas. The Colorado Energy Office introduced its updated 2020 Electric Vehicle Plan on Thursday, which for the first time […]