Our Projects

The AEL Tracker tracks current legislation and archives all energy legislation introduced in the 50 states and Washington, D.C. since 2013.
The State Policy Opportunity Tracker (SPOT) for Clean Energy evaluates existing policies across all 50 states and identifies opportunities for policy expansion.
Publications authored or co-authored by CNEE staff about U.S. energy policy.
Repowering the Western Economy is the umbrella for CNEE’s work with Western states and utilities as they transition to clean energy sources.
The Clean Energy Legislative Academy (CELA) brings together a bi-partisan cohort of state legislators and their staffers to learn about emerging energy issues.
CNEE lifts up voices from coal-reliant communities to inspire better energy transition solutions and support effective state-level decision making.

What we do

We convene policymakers at the Tribal and state levels, providing technical assistance and fostering dialogue that connects energy policy leaders, experts, and communities. Our efforts include the creation and maintenance of publicly available tools and resources, and energy policy research.

“For me, the New Energy Economy has always been about our future, our kids’ future, our grandkids’ future. I think in order to survive in this created space we inhabit, we need to produce and consume energy differently. If we do not then our legacy for our children will be a Colorado inferior to the Colorado that we live in.”

– Colorado’s 41st Governor, Bill Ritter, Jr., Director of the Center for the New Energy Economy, Colorado State University



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