The Denver Post reports Colorado led the nation in the growth of wind energy manufacturing jobs in 2014.
Colorado Republicans pushed one of their top priorities through the Senate on Thursday — rolling back renewable energy mandates.
Four companies proposed an $8 billion project Tuesday that within a decade could send wind energy generated on the plains of Wyoming to power-thirsty households in Southern California.
Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas Wind Systems has announced its biggest order in three years.
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.
Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas is showing off a new prototype blade. It’s the longest blade ever made.
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.
Vestas Wind Systems is putting some of its factories up for sale, but officials said Wednesday their converted tower factory in Pueblo is still part of their recovery plan.
Now that the federal wind production tax credit has been extended, Xcel Energy is asking Colorado regulators for permission to speed up its schedule for evaluating potential wind resources for its portfolio.
The Vestas wind energy company plans to hire more than 100 workers to build towers while the industry recovers from a slump that has forced the layoff of hundreds of workers in Colorado.