Colorado law prohibits utilities from spending ratepayer money on politics
May 8th, 2023
Colorado utilities can no longer use your money against you! This great news is thanks to last week’s passage of Senate Bill 23-291. This new law:
Clean Economy Works
April 6th, 2023
E2 (www.e2.org) has been tracking new clean economy projects, expansions, and production announced across America since the passing of the Inflation Reduction Act.
Here’s how Colorado plans to slow global warming using carbon capture
April 4th, 2023
A new machine to draw carbon from air in Brighton may be North America’s largest effort. But is there a “moral hazard”?
EPA outlines $27B ‘green bank’ for clean energy projects
February 15th, 2023
States and nonprofit groups can apply for $27 billion in funding from a “green bank” that will provide low-cost financing for projects intended to cut planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions.
Xcel Energy may face jolt of penalties for delays in hooking up Colorado solar projects
February 13th, 2023
Regulators and lawmakers want Xcel Energy, Colorado’s largest electric utility, to turn up the juice and make sure that businesses and homeowners who want to go solar get connected to the grid more quickly.
Utility delays stalling out rooftop solar projects for six months or more
February 2nd, 2023
Colorado residents and solar installers have accused Xcel Energy, operator of utilities in eight states, of dragging its feet in the interconnection process for rooftop solar projects.
Coloradans accuse Xcel Energy of dragging its feet on solar installations to protect its profits
February 1st, 2023
Some solar customers and installers say Xcel Energy is purposefully delaying hundreds of solar connections across the state to avoid losing money.
How Coloradans can find home electrification rebates and save big
January 26, 2023
We sorted through new and tantalizing layers of federal, state, Xcel and local credits for buying clean heat pumps, water heaters and more