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Ailing Energy Workers May Be Eligible For Compensation

Employees who worked at what is now the U.S. Department of Energy office in Grand Junction could be eligible for compensation if they suffer from illnesses related to radiation exposure.


"Teapot Dome" originally acquired its name from a rock nearby which resembled a teapot (credit: rmotc.doe.gov)

Denver Company Hired To Sell Teapot Dome Petroleum Reserve

Teapot Dome, the Wyoming federal oil reserve that was at the root of a 1920s political scandal, is up for sale, this time to the highest bidder.


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Wind Energy Gaining In Colorado

Colorado is among the nation’s top states in the development of wind energy, according to a report released Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Energy.


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Navajo Nation Looks To Coal Energy

Forty years ago, the Navajo Nation and Southern Ute tribes languished side by side, mired in high unemployment and poverty.


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Team Studying How To Make Biofuels From E. Coli

A team led by University of Colorado Boulder has won a five-year, $9.2 million grant for research on how to manipulate E. coli to produce cost-competitive biofuels.


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Panel Probes White House Support Of Colorado Solar Company

Emails between an independent consultant and the Obama administration suggest the consultant felt pressure to help arrange a loan guarantee for a Colorado solar panel manufacturer that later went bankrupt.


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Judge Amends Order On US Uranium Lease Program

A judge who barred federal officials from approving any activities on Colorado land that is part of a uranium mining lease program is amending his order.


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Federal Judge Orders Halt To Uranium Program

A federal judge has ordered federal officials to stop approving exploration, mining and all other activities on 31 sites leased to uranium companies in Colorado.


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Energy Department Tour Touts Colorado Uranium Boom

A U.S. Department of Energy contractor says uranium mining is on the rise in Colorado.


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Colorado Springs Firm’s Research Gets Boost From Government

The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded nearly $7.2 million to a Colorado Springs company researching systems for capturing carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants.



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