Renewable Energy

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Renewable Energy Protest Continues In Colorado

Farmers and rural lawmakers are continuing to protest in hopes of persuading Colorado’s governor to veto a bill that could increase energy prices in rural Colorado.

05/15/2013

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NCAR And Xcel Extend Renewable Energy Partnership

Xcel Energy Inc. hopes it can save its customers money with the help of more extensive weather forecasting from the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder.

05/08/2013

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Renewable Energy Measure Awaits Hickenlooper’s Pen

A bill to double renewable energy requirements for rural energy suppliers awaits the governor’s signature in Colorado.

05/01/2013

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Renewable Energy Bill Clears 1 Hurdle In Colorado

A bill that would dramatically raise renewable energy requirements for Colorado’s rural cooperative electric associations has cleared a hurdle in the state House.

04/24/2013

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Renewable Energy Bill Faces Another Test In Colorado

A bill that would dramatically raise renewable energy requirements for Colorado’s rural cooperative electric associations faces a test Wednesday in the state House.

04/24/2013

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Divisive Energy Change Advances In Colorado

A Democratic plan to require rural electricity co-ops to use more renewable energy sources has advanced in the Senate despite vigorous opposition from Republicans.

04/13/2013

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Debate Over Wind Credit Enters Congressional Races

Republicans are walking a fine line when it comes to wind energy in Colorado, and it’s playing out in congressional races in the debate over a tax credit that impacts hundreds of jobs.

08/23/2012

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Pond Scum May Be Next Renewable Energy Source

Some day your car might be running on pond scum. Algae is poised to be the next renewable energy source.

08/22/2012

Vestas Reports Disappointing First Quarter

The world’s biggest maker of wind turbines in terms of revenue is reporting disappointing first-quarter revenue and earnings due to decreasing deliveries, high turbine costs and unexpected warranty provisions.

05/02/2012

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Johnston, McNulty Say Stable Oil, Gas Rules Needed

Two Colorado state legislators say a stable regulatory environment is what makes it possible for energy developers to do business.

01/31/2012

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