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June 04 2010


A Solar Boom: Who Owns It?

Who has power in the high, sunny expanse of southern Colorado's rural San Luis Valley? It's something of a trick question, complicated by the many shades of meaning that the word, "power" conveys - from electrical to political to financial. And the story of the valley and its wrestling-match/debate over a big power line project encompasses them all.

June 01 2010


A Bullish View of Wind Power Out West

A study has found that the power grid for five western states - Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Wyoming - could operate on as much as 30 percent wind and 5 percent solar without the construction of extensive new infrastructure.
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May 27 2010


March 22 2010


Colorado Increases Renewables Requirements

Colorado's governor will sign one of the most aggressive renewable energy requirements in the country today, in a bid to propel his state to the forefront of the new energy economy.

March 15 2010


For Renters, Solar Comes in Shares

Renters are usually out of luck when it comes to solar power, but a new solution is springing up, in which utilities build large arrays and sell shares to customers.

November 27 2009


Report Outlines Best Practices for Connecting Renewables to the Grid

A new report on state renewable energy regulations gives California, Colorado, New Jersey and Oregon top marks and failing grades for Georgia, Idaho and Texas.
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