Stuart Sanderson

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Colorado Utilities Say They Can Meet Final Air Standard

Colorado’s largest utility said it is well positioned to meet a new federal requirement announced Monday that the state cut carbon dioxide emissions by more than 28 percent by 2030.


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Colorado Mining Group Mulls Appeal Of Haze Lawsuit

The Colorado Mining Association is considering whether to appeal the dismissal of its lawsuit challenging a regional haze plan, which state officials approved to help meet national air quality standards.


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PUC Refuses To Reconsider Xcel Coal-To-Gas Plan

Colorado regulators are sticking to their decision to approve plans for Xcel Energy to retire some of its coal-fired power plants and switch others to run on natural gas.


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