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  • Coloradans are taking on the state’s largest monopoly utility

    Coloradans are taking on the state’s largest monopoly utility0

    • March 7, 2018

    With COPUC approval, Xcel, the state’s largest monopoly utility, plans to shift its generating portfolio from away from majority hydrocarbons (coal and natural gas) in favor of industrial wind, solar, and battery storage.

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  • The Cost & Impact of a 100 Percent Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard for the State of Colorado

    The Cost & Impact of a 100 Percent Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard for the State of Colorado0

    • December 13, 2017

    As the 2018 Colorado governor’s race intensifies, two Democrat candidates have proposed extending Colorado’s existing Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard (RPS) from 30 percent by 2020 to 100 percent by 2040. The purpose of this study is to highlight some of the main costs and impacts associated with a hypothetical 100 percent RPS in Colorado. Because few details have been released regarding the design of such a policy, this study evaluated the costs associated with two very different 100 percent RPS scenarios.

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  • Road to renewable energy is filled with potholes of ‘magic thinking’

    Road to renewable energy is filled with potholes of ‘magic thinking’0

    • August 16, 2017

    by Michael Sandoval Stanford University professor Mark Jacobson’s “roadmaps” for states to reach a 100 percent renewable energy portfolio by 2050 has become the new benchmark for aspiring politicos who hope to chart their own political course with promises to bring their states and eventually the entire United States to green salvation. Among them, U.S.

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  • Fawning media can’t hide the failure of subsidy-rich solar

    Fawning media can’t hide the failure of subsidy-rich solar0

    • June 16, 2017

    The corporate favoritism through subsidies showered on wind and solar by governments has been significant.

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  • Which enviros not to take seriously

    Which enviros not to take seriously0

    • June 13, 2017

    by Jon Caldara The bad news: President Donald Trump’s pulling the U.S. out of the Paris climate accord will cause ocean levels to rise. The good news: It will be from all the crocodile tears of progressives. Those of us who are skeptical of the politics of global warming are labeled “deniers” as an ugly pejorative to

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