News Release | Environment Colorado

Advocates Urge Colorado Regulators to Reject Xcel Energy’s Anti-Rooftop Solar Proposal

On July 30th, renewable energy advocates, businesses and environmental groups joined together to urge the Colorado Public Utilities Commission to reject a new proposal from Xcel Energy that would discourage rooftop solar growth in its territory. 

News Release | Environment Colorado Research & Policy Center

Colorado Ranks 8th in the Nation in Solar Power

The Environment Colorado Research & Policy Center has released Lighting the Way: What We Can Learn from America’s Top 12 Solar States, a new report highlighting a solar energy boom across the country. The report ranks Colorado 8th in the nation per capita for solar installations. 

News Release | Environment Colorado Research & Policy Center

WHO PAYS THE COSTS OF FRACKING?

Raising new concerns on a little-examined dimension of the fracking debate, Environment Colorado Research & Policy Center today released a report analyzing financial assurance requirements for oil and gas drilling operations in Colorado. As federal officials consider allowing fracking near Colorado’s national parks and right inside its national forests, Who Pays the Costs of Fracking? shows how federal (and state) bonding requirements are completely inadequate to cover the cost and range of damage from dirty drilling.  

News Release | Environment Colorado Research & Policy Center

Leaders across Colorado endorse Colorado’s Million Solar Roofs Campaign

Leaders from government, business and non-profit sectors joined together Thursday to endorse Colorado’s Million Solar Roofs campaign and support the vision that Colorado can get 10 percent of its energy from solar by 2030 - up from less than 1 percent today.

News Release | Environment Colorado

Rural Colorado Businesses Hail the Passage of Senate Bill 252

Opportunities for rural economic development and less pollution will spread across Colorado with the adoption of Senate Bill 252, according to renewable energy businesses located in rural electric cooperative territories.

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