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Colorado Energy Office revamp clears first hurdle

Senate Republicans have renewed efforts to promote Colorado’s energy sector by making changes to the Colorado Energy Office, and this time, they are finding...

State energy policy up for major changes under last-minute bill

A couple of questions someone could ask Gov. John Hickenlooper this week: how much do you love your energy office and do you want...

Xcel says it has no nuclear plans for Colorado

A spokesman for Xcel Energy told the Colorado Independent today that the company has not proposed a nuclear power plant for Colorado. Tom Henley, Senior Media Relations Representative for Xcel, said he was taken aback reading news that Colorado U.S. Sen. Mark Udall supported a plan Xcel was considering to build a nuclear plant in the state. "We have absolutely not proposed a nuclear power plant," Henley told the Colorado Independent Monday.

Colorado Winds Up With Wind

Colorado was third in the nation in new installed wind generating capacity for the second quarter of 2007, according to the American Wind Energy...

Gazette to Ritter: Stop Flirting With Ben & Jerry

Most folks thought it was an amusing and harmless enough anecdote about how Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter went to Washington and vowed to arm...

Ritter Ready To Rumble Over Energy

House Bill 1281 to raise the renewable energy standard in Colorado to 20 percent by 2020 sailed through the House of Representatives on Monday....
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