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New Report: Worforce Development for U.S. Hydropower, co-authored by CNEE Assistant Director, Suzanne Tegen

Workforce Development for U.S. Hydropower: Key Trends and Findings Authored by David Keyser (National Renewable Energy Lab) and Suzanne Tegen (Center for the New Energy Economy) The purpose of this report is to provide a brief assessment of the current U.S. hydropower industry workforce and educational programs, as well as potential future hydropower workforce needs. [...]


CNEE releases report on Emissions and Ozone Planning

The Center for the New Energy Economy (CNEE) at Colorado State University conducted an analysis of current and future emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and sulfur dioxide (SO2) from fossil-fueled electricity generating units (EGUs) in 13-Western states for the Western States Air Resources Council (WESTAR) and Western Regional Air Partnership (WRAP). WRAP state air quality [...]


Colorado Academy Helps Spur Sweeping State Clean Energy Bills

Bloomberg Environment recently released an article about the Center for the New Energy Economy's Clean Energy Legislative Academy A clean energy academy for state lawmakers from across the U.S. has its fingerprints on renewable energy and climate change legislation advancing through state legislatures nationwide. At least one co-sponsor of renewable energy legislation introduced this year [...]


Graduate and undergraduate university programs in wind energy in the U.S.

April 15, 2019 Paper authored by CNEE assistant director, Suzanne Tegen in the journal of Wind Engineering   Andrew Swift, Suzanne Tegen, Tom Acker, James Manwell,Chris Pattiso1 and Jon McGowan Abstract Advances in wind energy technology and continued expansion of wind energy into the United States and global electricity grids will depend upon an educated [...]


8th annual Energy Transition Symposium brings together a spectrum of voices

The 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium once again illustrated the complexity of the changing energy landscape, which requires a harmonious balance of science, policy and economics to succeed. The eighth annual symposium, held April 1-2 in Denver, offered its 437 attendees a jam-packed two days. The event was co-hosted by the Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory and [...]