Over the next ten years, Big Oil will swindle American taxpayers to the tune of nearly $43 billion in unnecessary tax subsidies.
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Recent decisions by utilities in Colorado and Arizona serve as prime examples of how smart energy policies can benefit the region's water resources.
Steamboat Springs -- Stuart Sanderson said Wednesday that coal representatives, to an extent, could have themselves to blame for impacts from legislat...
The West, rich in renewable energy, can pioneer the way to a 75- to 100-percent renewable future.
Bipartisanship is dead. At least that is what the chattering class would have you believe. Look a little deeper however, and you'll see that there is a different story to tell in the Rocky Mountains.
What Hick really wants is to "volunteer" Colorado energy users to bankroll a higher ed establishment that refuses to economize, refuses to cut costs, refuses to change the way it operates.
Xcel has morphed into being a taxing authority for Boulder, and this status will last to the end of this year when its franchise expires.
Nearly 80 percent of voters prefer their power to be generated by natural gas and renewable resources instead of coal -- and are willing to pay for it.
The problem Penry has as a credible spokesman for lower energy costs is his co-sponsorship of the so-called Clean Air-Clean Jobs Act, which will drive up utility bills for many Coloradans.
I'm an environmentalist. And I don't support Clean Air-Clean Jobs. This is tough to admit, and I'm sure it's going to draw the ire of some of my colleagues.
The extended droughts of the past may become the norm of the future. So what should we do about this bleak situation?
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