Updates

President Obama, Congress Save Wind Power in Fiscal Cliff Agreement

The main federal incentives for wind power -– the renewable energy Production Tax Credit (PTC) and the offshore wind Investment Tax Credit (ITC) -– expired on December 31, 2012, but as of January 2 will now be available for wind power projects that start construction over the next year, allowing for continued growth of Coloradan and American wind power. Click here to read more

News Release | Environment Colorado Research & Policy Center

30,000 Coloradans Petition Xcel Energy to Withdraw Anti-Solar Proposal

Nearly 300 concerned Coloradans converged in Denver to oppose a proposal from Xcel Energy to roll back one of the state’s most successful solar programs. The energetic crowd braved wintery temperatures to deliver nearly 30,000 petition signatures urging Xcel to withdraw its proposal and keep Colorado solar shining.

> Keep Reading
News Release | Environment Colorado

Online Campaign Asks President Obama: What Would Teddy Do?

Environment Colorado launched an online campaign calling on President Obama and Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to continue President Teddy Roosevelt’s vision of protecting the West’s public lands by asking, “What would Teddy do?”

> Keep Reading
News Release | Environment Colorado

Momentum Builds for Moving Colorado toward a Million Solar Roofs

With solar energy on the rise in Colorado, a broad coalition of over 280 businesses, farmers, ranchers, brewers, local officials, and civic and environmental organizations, along with more than 11,000 citizens, called on Governor Hickenlooper and other state leaders to think big on solar with a goal of one million solar roofs.

> Keep Reading
Report | Environment Colorado Research & Policy Center

Wind Energy for a Cleaner America II

> Keep Reading

Pages