Growers in the medical marijuana industry are seeing large energy bills, plus criticism from some who say they need to reduce their carbon footprint.
A couple who owns a home in one of the communities that was hit worst by flooding says while they were trapped in their mountain town they used downed trees to cross raging waterways and rope lines to make their way up muddy banks.
Hundreds of thousands of Coloradans might have to pay more for electricity under a controversial new law that requires rural electric co-ops produce 20 percent of their energy from renewable sources by 2020.
Capturing 1,200 cubic feet of methane per minute to generate 4.8 megawatts of electricity — enough to power half of Erie’s 6,700 households for decades into the future — is a pretty tall order.
This is a Good Question story that originally aired Dec. 23, 2006. DENVER (CBS4) – There are a few streets around the Denver metro area where the electric meters spin like slot machines — where […]
There are a few streets around the Denver metro area where the electric meters spin like slot machines — where the glow of lights ignites the sky above. Where there’s, ahem, maybe a little competition. But we digress.