News Release | Environment Colorado

Energy-Saving Appliance Standards Would Cut Natural Gas, Electricity Waste; Save Colorado Consumers More Than $1 Billion

From light bulbs to office water coolers to DVD players, new appliance energy efficiency standards could save the state’s consumers and businesses millions of dollars, ease pressure on high natural gas prices, improve electric system reliability, and cut global warming pollution, according to a report released today by Environment Colorado and authored by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) and the Appliance Standards Awareness Project (ASAP).

News Release | Environment Colorado

Colorado House Votes To Protect Clean Air

Hours ago, representatives from both sides of the aisle voted to pass HB-1309 to protect air quality and public health in Colorado.

News Release | Environment Colorado

Conference Highlights Benefits Of Clean Energy In The West

As rising prices and security concerns dominate the energy debate, rural leaders want to make sure agriculture is part of the solution. 

News Release | Environment Colorado

Court Strikes Down Major Bush Air Pollution Rule

A federal appeals court today stuck down a highly controversial air pollution rule that was a centerpiece of the Bush administration’s environmental agenda.

News Release | Environment Colorado

Environment Colorado Calls For A Clean Energy Future, Not More Subsidies To Polluting Industries

As Americans face high gasoline and home heating prices, Environment Colorado called on President Bush to promote a smarter cleaner energy future, instead of promoting expensive, dangerous nuclear power.

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