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  • Colorado’s Quixotic Push to Boost Recycling Rates

    Colorado’s Quixotic Push to Boost Recycling Rates0

    Colorado’s environmental watchdogs are back with their latest report on the state’s progress in boosting recycling, and the results are about what you would expect. The Colorado Public Interest Research Group (CoPIRG), the state chapter of the Ralph Nader-founded liberal advocacy organization, released the 2023 edition of its “State of Recycling and Composting in Colorado”

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  • Colorado’s Energy Future: The High Cost of 100 Percent Electric Vehicles

    Colorado’s Energy Future: The High Cost of 100 Percent Electric Vehicles0

    In August 2022, California became the first jurisdiction anywhere in the world to ban the sale of gas-powered vehicles, setting a deadline of 2035 to phase them out completely. Just one week later, the state was forced to call on its residents to avoid charging their electric vehicles because the state’s grid was at imminent

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  • The Rotten Political Incentives of the Utility Industry

    The Rotten Political Incentives of the Utility Industry0

    The monopoly electric utility business model is rife with problems. Chief among them is the regulatory capture it invites. Monopoly utilities tend to reflect the political environment in which they are situated. This is no accident. They know where their bread is buttered and are more than happy to play along with the ambitious energy

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