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The Colorado Independent

This Colorado physicist's gospel of energy efficiency is taking hold. But is it too late?
The Colorado Independent
In his essay, Lovins defined the soft energy path as a future where energy efficiency and renewable energy sources steadily replace a centralized energy system based on fossil and nuclear fuels. Lovins, a friend of David Brower, the famous long-time ...

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Denver Business Journal

Cover story: Trump and Colorado energy — a powerful impact
Denver Business Journal
In the process, Perry created a startling new alliance between the renewable energy sector and the natural gas industry — which has seen its share of the power generation market rise above 30 percent in recent years as coal's share has fallen — in ...


Colorado Town Commits to Renewable Energy Townwide by 2035
U.S. News & World Report
Town council passed a similar resolution in August, stating the town's commitment to having all town facilities powered by renewable resources by 2025, but extending that commitment townwide was a bridge too far at the time, with individual council ...

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The Denver Post

Wind industry apprehensive as provision in House tax bill puts future projects on shaky ground
The Denver Post
Colorado's 3,029 megawatts of wind provides 17 percent of the state's electricity, which is the equivalent of powering 670,000 average American homes, according to American Wind Energy Association. There are 7,000 wind energy-related jobs in Colorado.

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U.S. News & World Report

10 Cities Committed to 100 Percent Renewable Energy
U.S. News & World Report
As Americans increasingly push for renewable energy usage – whether for economic, public health or environmental reasons – city and state leadership have embraced the idea in communities across the nation. As of November 2017, 47 cities, four counties ...


North American Windpower

Another Colorado Community Pledges 100% Renewable Energy ...
North American Windpower
The Breckenridge, Colo., town council has unanimously approved a resolution committing the community to shift away from dirty fossil fuels and to transition to ...

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Printed Letters: November 24, 2017
Grand Junction Daily Sentinel
As a Grand Junction resident who receives energy from Xcel, I care about where the energy that powers my home comes from. I am a recent college graduate with a degree in environmental science, so furthering the renewable energy portfolio of Colorado ...

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Funding available for agricultural energy projects
High Plains Journal
The Colorado Department of Agriculture and the Colorado Energy Office are seeking applicants for agricultural energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. The total amount available for assistance in Fiscal Year 2018 is $350,000. The funding is ...


9NEWS.com

Why a military adviser says climate change is threat to homeland security
9NEWS.com
Scientists in Colorado, are publishing alarming new research about the storms of the future. Computer simulations show ... Keys is now with a group called CNA that advises the United States military about energy and climate threats to homeland security ...

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Loveland's long history of renewable energy has changed, but continues
Loveland Reporter-Herald
Appraised at $151,000, Loveland offered to pay Northern Colorado Power Co. for the distribution system within the town limits. Loveland was forced to use the right of condemnation to acquire the system, and electricity began to flow from the power ...

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