Tag Archives: Southwest Energy Efficiency Project

Electric car sales and the expanding lily pond

Sales of electric vehicles have been increasing robustly in Colorado, leading one transportation analyst to cautiously predict that 20 percent of all cars, trucks and motorcycles could be electric by 2030. Continue reading

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Parking lots or parks and other transportation choices

Fewer and fewer young people have been getting drivers license even as car-sharing gains strength. Southwest Energy Efficiency Project’s Will Toor ponders implications of transportation changes on land uses. Continue reading

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Howard Geller’s energy efficiency broccoli

Howard Geller preaches the gospel of energy efficiency, which is a little like trying to sell the virtues of broccoli. In Colorado, and other states of the Southwest, he’s having some success. Continue reading

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