Category Archives: Stanford University

Aspen Electric joins the most exclusive of groups

Aspen Electric has joined the most elite of clubs, utilities with 100 percent renewable portfolios. It joins salt-of-the-earth Greensburg, Kan., and earthy progressive Burlington, Vt. But a great many other municipalities have started down the same path. Continue reading

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George Shultz at Vail Global Energy Forum

While acknowledging climate risks, Stanford’s George Shultz painted an optimistic picture for the U.S. in remarks as the Vail Global Energy Forum. Continue reading

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The global view of energy

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and a dozen other business leaders, investors, and researchers agreed that while the bounty of natural gas provides breathing room, the quest must continue to a future of low- or no-carbon energy as the world struggles to expand energy services without risking an unstable climate. Continue reading

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