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Colorado getting charged up about electric vehicles

Colorado will install fast-charging stations along highways to induce the transition to electrified vehicles. In Gunnison, you can even borrow an electric car.
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Marrying electrical utilities and electrified transportation

Colorado’s PUC commissioners were told they must get ready for rapid adoption of electrified transportation—but also take steps to accelerate the adoption. Continue reading

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Colorado’s tools for accelerating greenhouse reductions

New report by Colorado environmental groups calls for a price on carbon as one way to help achieve urgently needed reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. Continue reading

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Mining jobs at West Elk without methane emissions?

Was the Colorado governor’s position about the West Elk coal mine expansion Solomon like or dodging a hard issue about a major greenhouse gas emission? Continue reading

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