CNEE Policy Analyst, Francisca Pretorius discusses CNEE's Clean Energy in Agriculture Report Listen to the brief segment here: http://energypodcast.colostate.edu/2018/08/02/renewable-energy-in-agriculture/ You can read the entire report: Clean Energy in Agriculture: A Colorado Study at cnee.colostate.edu/ag
July 11, 2018 - The 2nd annual Clean Energy Legislative Academy will be held July 24th-27th in Breckenridge, CO. 25 legislators from 20 states across the nation will be convening in the Colorado mountains to learn and discuss clean energy policy solutions. Visit cnee.colostate.edu/CELA for all program and event information.
Mesh Power, in partnership with Colorado State University, is building microgrids in villages of Rwanda that were formerly without electricity. A microgrid is a localized power grid that does not need to connect to the larger traditional grid to operate. In addition to helping get electricity in remote places where it is difficult for the [...]
For some Coloradans and their elected representatives, there is no such thing as a good tax. Even when it is clearly in the public interest, a new tax is considered one of those “third rails” that many politicians are afraid to touch. But some types of taxes can be necessary, beneficial and fair. Now there [...]
Market forces are driving a clean energy revolution in the US Author: Bill Ritter, Jr. , Director, Center for the New Energy Economy, Colorado State University Transforming U.S. energy systems away from coal and toward clean renewable energy was once a vision touted mainly by environmentalists. Now it is shared by market purists. Today, renewable energy resources like [...]