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2103, 2019

CNEE Research Internship Opportunity for Graduate Students

March 21st, 2019|

Graduate Student Research Internship Colorado State University’s Center for the New Energy Economy (CNEE) is seeking a part-time (20 hours per week) research intern to join our team. This internship is a unique opportunity for a student interested in clean energy policy. The successful applicant will work closely with our Research Manager, staff, and [...]

1403, 2019

CNEE Assistant Director contributes to new American Jobs Project Report

March 14th, 2019|

Offshore wind could support over 17,500 jobs in California Assistant Director of CNEE, Suzanne Tegen, contributed to a report that offers strategies for leveraging offshore wind to dramatically increase in-state renewable energy generation and pioneer new era of economic leadership in the Golden State. BERKELEY, CA – With some of the highest offshore wind speeds [...]

2702, 2019

The Center for the New Energy Economy celebrated its eighth Anniversary this month.

February 27th, 2019|

February 2018 We are pleased to highlight some of our favorite achievements from the last eight years. Moving to a new and clean energy economy is now more important than ever. As costs for renewable energy and storage come down, and innovative solutions for grid modernization and transportation increase, our Center continues to work [...]

410, 2018

Governor Ritter to speak at Fort Collins, CO Book Festival

October 4th, 2018|

The 3rd annual Fort Collins Book Festival will be held on October 19th and 20th in Fort Collins Colorado. Governor Ritter will be giving the opening keynote on Saturday, October 20th. This Keynote will focus on the energy transition in America and his book, Powering Forward.  Wind, sunlight, and other sustainable resources are now the [...]

1909, 2018

Colorado State University’s Center for the New Energy Economy Hosts 2nd Annual Clean Energy Legislative Academy

September 19th, 2018|

Press Release - For Immediate Release Colorado State University’s Center for the New Energy Economy Hosts 2nd Annual Clean Energy Legislative Academy Denver, Colorado. September, 2018. The Center for the New Energy Economy is pleased to announce the completion of its second annual Clean Energy Legislative Academy. Former Colorado Governor, Bill Ritter, Jr., hosted [...]

1708, 2018

AEE’s Pathway to 2050 – Leading from the West: Expanding Economic Opportunity Through a Regional Approach

August 17th, 2018|

Bill Ritter Jr., Director of the Center for the New Energy Economy, spoke on a panel at the Advanced Energy Economy's (AEE) annual Pathway to 2050 conference in Sacramento, CA. This event gave individuals in the advanced energy industry and state policy-makers the opportunity to network and discuss opportunities to accelerate the economy [...]

708, 2018

New CNEE Clean Energy in Agriculture Report

August 7th, 2018|

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  

1107, 2018

2018 Clean Energy Legislative Academy

July 11th, 2018|

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.

1206, 2018

Bill Ritter visits Rwanda for Microgrid Project Development

June 12th, 2018|

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 [...]

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