Monthly Archives: March 2017

Why electrical utilities will soon be very different

Roof-top solar collectors may soon more than double in efficiency, but there are many other changes underway in how we produce and consume electricity.

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What Donald Trump can’t reverse about clean energy

Trump may try to reverse climate change policies, but one president can do only so much, says Bill Ritter, Colorado’s former governor. He cites state and local clean energy policies, including those supported by Republican governors.
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Building climate bridges, not walls

Instead of hurling the epithet “climate denier” across the wall, the climate change movement needs to more assiduously build bridges to middle America.
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What we can learn from California’s energy experience

California had many laws and programs to reduce the footprint of greenhouse gas emissions from its economy, and some have worked better than others. All are worth studying. Continue reading

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Why the solar industry should be optimistic

Patty Limerick amused but also offered evidence why the solar industry has cause for “extraordinary hopefulness” as the Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association convened. Continue reading

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