In Colorado, where climate change is front and center, John Hickenlooper is favored to unseat Cory Gardner
The GOP incumbent is linked to Trump, while the moderate, pro-fracking former governor is called “Frackenlooper” by progressives.
Colorado Springs will shut down its two coal-fired plants by 2030. Now it’s time for Xcel to do the same, environmentalists say.By Mark Jaffe Energy Primary category in which blog post is published
Tri-State’s clean energy battles with two Colorado electric co-ops now threaten the utility’s financesBy Mark Jaffe Energy Primary category in which blog post is published
Western Slope utility serving Delta, Montrose settles on $136.5 million fee to break up with Tri-StateBy Mark Jaffe Energy Primary category in which blog post is published
Most used wind turbine blades end up in landfills. Colorado is part of the push to make the industry greener.
Wind energy industry leaders don't like the optics — even if the old blades don't pose environmental harm — and Colorado could see a new generation of recyclable, repairable blades
Want cheaper electricity? Xcel Energy wants to help — if you’re willing to do your laundry at 2 a.m.
Xcel is asking the Colorado Public Utilities Commission to put all of its residential customers in Colorado on time-of-use rates to blunt the demand for electricity on summer afternoons and early evenings.
Opinion: Colorado’s climate future is now. Let’s confront the challenges and seize the opportunities.Opinion
U.S. military wants Colorado, other states to keep wind turbines from interfering with nuclear sites
The Department of Defense and the Air Force want five states, including Colorado, to make new rules to limit wind turbines to prevent conflict between helicopters that provide nuclear site security
Scattering BLM will be good for policy, boss William Pendley says. Not with him at the helm, advocacy groups argue.
Former head of conservative Lakewood-based legal foundation says he’s a good Marine, following orders of President Donald Trump and Interior Secretary David Bernhardt.
More Colorado coal-fired power plants could be closing, but the timing depends on some complex deals
The utility PacifiCorp hopes to retire its Colorado properties, though co-ownership with power-providers Xcel and Tri-State complicates the process