Press & Op-eds

Press and op-eds | 2023

Colorado approved new climate rules for manufacturers. Environmental groups worry they will let companies increase pollution
Colorado Public Radio – September 25, 2023

Electric vehicles great, clean mobility even better
Glenwood Springs Post Independent – September 12, 2023

Front Range Rail planners want to start with bare-bones service. Here’s what else you need to know
Colorado Public Radio – September 8, 2023

New ACC Members’ Amendments Gut Efficiency Plan, Aim to Slash Solar Export Rates
California Energy Markets – September 1, 2023

New utility regulators fight ‘tree socialism’
Arizona Daily Star – August 27, 2023

More homes mean more heat. Can new building codes help save metro Phoenix from disaster?
Arizona Central – August 25, 2023

Polis signs executive order to boost affordable housing
Colorado Public Radio – August 21, 2023

Colorado launches statewide e-bike rebates, pouring $10M into the program’s first year
The Colorado Sun – August 18, 2023

Xcel Energy’s latest climate plan sparks a heated fight over heat pumps
Colorado Public Radio – August 2, 2023

Xcel must cut emissions from its gas business 22% by 2030. The role heat pumps can play is a point of dispute.
The Colorado Sun – August 1, 2023

As Arizona builds to solve a housing crisis, will its homes withstand future heat extremes?
Arizona Republic – July 31, 2023

While EV sales have flattened in Colorado, sales for alternative-fuel cars keep rising
The Colorado Sun – July 25, 2023

Present and future bright for EV charging stations in NM
Albuquerque Journal – July 16, 2023

Xcel Energy’s $145M bid to build electric vehicle chargers sparks opposition from private sector
The Denver Post – June 29, 2023

TEP needs to move faster
Arizona Daily Star – June 20, 2023

Military vet group opposing fossil fuel expansion, Southwest Gas
NBC 12 News Phoenix – June 16, 2023

Van Hollen, Welch Introduce Bill to Help Homeowners Make Energy Efficiency, Clean Energy Upgrades
The Southern Maryland Chronicle – June 15, 2023

Housing Industry in Denver Balks at new rules
ActiveRain – June 2, 2023

‘A gross injustice’: APS customers paid 24% more than SRP customers in 2022
NBC 12 News Phoenix – May 25, 2023

APS wants higher rates as public comment begins in June
NBC 12 News Phoenix – May 24, 2023

Tucson Electric Power bills are going up about $10 a month
Arizona Daily Star – May 11, 2023

Governor-backed land use, housing overhaul dies in the Colorado Legislature
Denver Business Journal – May 9, 2023

Answers Elusive as Arizonans Grapple With Undercollections in a Tight Market
California Energy Markets – May 5, 2023

Polis’ land use bill a ‘huge disappointment’ to activists
The Journal – May 2, 2023

Polis’ land use bill aimed to blunt climate change. Conservation groups say watering it down is a ‘huge disappointment’
Colorado Public Radio – April 28, 2023

Housing affordability bill passes Colorado Senate, coalition urges zoning be a state government concern
Denver Business Journal – April 28, 2023

Colorado’s upzoning bill doesn’t include upzoning anymore
Colorado Public Radio – April 26, 2023

5 key takeaways of Colorado’s controversial land-use bill
Inside Climate News – April 17, 2023

Legislative Proposal in Colorado Aims to Tackle Urban Sprawl, a Housing Shortage and Climate Change All at Once
Inside Climate News – April 12, 2023

Advocates baffled by governor’s rejection of clean energy tax credits
Santa Fe New Mexican – April 10, 2023

Nevada Gov’s ‘Balanced’ Approach to Energy Includes Nod to New Natural Gas
California Energy Markets – April 7, 2023

Arizona lands $47.5 million to weatherize homes against energy-draining heat, cold
Arizona Republic – April 5, 2023

Vail readies to decarbonize transportation in town
Vail Daily – April 3, 2023

New grant programs for electric vehicles launched in Colorado
Ark Valley Voice – March 31, 2023

Colorado Grant Programs Will Fund Electric School Buses, Truck Fleets
Pagosa Daily Post – March 31, 2023

New Colorado plan envisions 2.1M electric cars on state roads by 2035
Boulder Daily Camera – March 29, 2023

New Colorado plan envisions 2.1M electric cars on state roads by 2035
The Denver Post – March 29, 2023

Utility regulators give APS what it wants on renewables, for now
Arizona NBC 12 News – March 28, 2023

Crested Butte “buying into community values” with plan to become first Colorado municipality to go all-electric
The Colorado Sun – March 27, 2023

Crested Butte vies with Aspen for greenest moves
The Aspen Times – March 27, 2023

What Coloradans are Saying About the Historic Housing Plan that Will Create More Affordable Housing Options
State Of Colorado – March 22, 2023

Some Coloradans could save big on electric vehicles
Denver Herald – March 21, 2023

There’s hope for the Hopi, and every other home in Arizona
Arizona Daily Sun – March 15, 2023

How some Coloradans could shave up to $19,000 off a new electric vehicle later this year
The Colorado Sun – March 10, 2023

Everything you need to know about heat pumps
Yahoo! News – March 7, 2023

Everything you need to know about heat pumps
The Week – March 7, 2023

Why heat pumps are suddenly so popular
Knowledia – March 7, 2023

Could Colorado override local zoning codes to allow more density? It’s ‘part of the conversation’ as a major land use bill takes shape
Colorado Public Radio – February 16, 2023

Xcel’s $32 Million Natural Gas Line Coming to West Colfax, Sloan’s Lake
The Denver North Star – February 15, 2023

Cheap and green: Heat pumps take hold around the world
NBC News – February 14, 2023

Gas stoves or electric? Controversy surfaces at Colorado state Capitol
The Gazette – February 13, 2023

Heaters, fireplaces and fluorescent bulbs among targets of Colorado efficiency bill
The Denver Post – February 9, 2023

New Mexico needs O’Connell’s experience
El Defensor Chieftan – February 9, 2023

A Review of Hydroponics and Conventional Agriculture Based on Energy and Water Consumption, Environmental Impact, and Land Use
MDPI – February 8, 2023

Colorado’s ‘Greenhouse Gas Planning Standard’ Changes the Transportation Equation
TransitCenter – February 3, 2023

Without an energy office, will Arizona get its full share of the Inflation Reduction Act?
AZ Central – February 1, 2023

Electrification On the Rise in the Southwest U.S.
Green Builder – February 1, 2023

How can Colorado consumers make the climate change transition? Thoughtfully.
The Colorado Sun – January 31, 2023

Heat pumps are having a moment in Colorado, but do they really work in the bitter cold? Yes.
The Colorado Sun – January 26, 2023

How Coloradans can find home electrification rebates and save big
The Colorado Sun – January 26, 2023

SWEEP sets February 16th heat pump webinar
Ark Valley Voice – January 25, 2023

Net-zero federal lab set to open in Colorado in 2026 thanks to Inflation Reduction Act
The Colorado Sun – January 24, 2023

Boulder to consider ban on gas hookups this year
KUNC Colorado – January 24, 2023

Kill growth caps, environmental and housing advocates tells Polis
Colorado Springs Gazette – January 24, 2023

Commissioners’ decision in Southwest Gas rate case a win for Arizona consumers, competitiveness
Arizona Chamber Business News – January 24, 2023

Net-zero federal lab set to open in Colorado in 2026 thanks to Inflation Reduction Act
The Journal – January 24, 2023

Kill growth caps, environmental and housing advocates tells Polis
Colorado Politics – January 24, 2023

Governor Polis says legislative focus is state’s housing needs, education, safety
Ark Valley Voice – January 19, 2023

Ignoring gas planning means utility customers lose
Arizona Capitol Times – January 17, 2023

Boulder to consider ban on gas hookups in new buildings this year
Boulder Reporting Lab – January 17, 2023

Ignoring gas planning means utility customers lose
Arizona Capitol Times – January 17, 2023

What They’re Saying About Governor Polis’s State of the State Address
Colorado Governor’s Office – January 17, 2023

Arizona regulators approve slimmer Southwest Gas rate increase – January 11, 2023

AZ Corporation Commission adopts judge’s recommendations in natural gas rate case
Arizona Chamber Business News – January 11, 2023

Here are all the new EV and e-bike tax credits heading Colorado’s way
The Colorado Sun – January 6, 2023

Southwest gas bills may get more expensive under rate hike proposal – January 5, 2023

Salt Lake City mulls major change to electric vehicle infrastructure policy – January 3, 2023

Fossil fuel opponents lose first bid to ban natural gas in new Denver homes
The Colorado Sun – December 21, 2022

Climate advocates want Denver to ban natural gas in new buildings, but it won’t happen just yet
Denverite – December 21, 2022

Colorado air quality regulators approve ozone plan they know will fail
Colorado Newsline – December 19, 2022

New Colorado rules could limit natural gas line construction, expansion
The Denver Gazette – December 16, 2022

SWEEP announces 2022 Leadership in Energy Efficiency Awards
Informed Infrastructure – December 16, 2022

Xcel’s natural gas line upgrade in Denver Highlands area can proceed despite objections
The Denver Gazette – December 12, 2022

Colorado unveils updated plan to get more electric trucks on the road
The Denver Post – December 8, 2022

Colorado’s updated EV plan boosts incentives but avoids California-style ban on gas vehicles
Colorado Public Radio – December 8, 2022

Lafayette City Council looks at updates for electric and solar codes
Boulder Daily Camera – December 7, 2022

To EV or not to EV: That is the new car question
Real Vail – December 5, 2022

Xcel Will Give Customers a Break Next Month, Then Ramp Up Gas Bills
Denver Westword – November 27, 2022

Electric vehicles could help the environment, if drivers can find a charging station
Arizona Republic – November 27, 2022

Tucson Electric rolling out new rebates for energy-saving steps
Arizona Daily Star – November 25, 2022

Xcel’s $32M plan for Sloan Lake area ignites debate over Colorado’s energy future
The Colorado Sun – November 22, 2022

Clean energy advocates celebrate first anniversary of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
Western Resource Advocates – November 15, 2022

Arizona Utility Regulators Approve New Energy Saving Programs for TEP and APS Customers
Prescott eNews – November 14, 2022

Advocates Praise Arizona Corporation Commission for Adopting TEP and UNSE’s Transportation Electrification Plans
Western Resource Advocates – November 10, 2022

Beyond passenger cars and pickups: 5 questions answered about electrifying trucks
The Conversation – November 1, 2022

Dora schools get grant for electric school buses
The Eastern New Mexico News – October 29, 2022

Bringing equity to electricity service through home, power sector and regulatory innovation
Utility Dive – October 27, 2022

Colorado PUC approves pared-down $64 million Xcel gas base rate increase
Western Resource Advocates – October 27, 2022

New Mexico school districts win grants for electric school buses
Odessa American – October 26, 2022

After California, Colorado could become the second state to stop subsidizing natural gas connections
Colorado Public Radio – October 26, 2022

Chispa Nevada and Clean Air Advocates Applaud $10 Million EPA Award for Clark County School District to Purchase 25 Electric School Buses
Chispa Nevada – October 26, 2022

“Colorado Electrification Leadership Summit” Oct. 27 convenes energy leaders, highlights new federal incentives
IssueWire – October 25, 2022

Climate groups urge Colorado to ‘correct course’ on emissions progress
Colorado Newsline – October 21, 2022

Buckle up, mountain travelers: CDOT’s 5-year expansion of I-70 at Floyd Hill is about to start
Colorado Public Radio – October 19, 2022

Arizona’s clean energy future could swing on governor’s race
EnergyWire – October 11, 2022

Hailstorms And EVs
The Independent – October 9, 2022

Beleaguered AZ Consumers Oppose Pending SW Gas Rate Hike
Public News Service – October 3, 2022

Environmental groups urge Colorado to take ‘once-in-a-generation’ shot at clean energy spending
Colorado Newsline – September 30, 2022

Groups Plead with Public Utilities Commission to ‘Supercharge’ Electrification
Public News Service – September 21, 2022

Permitting Reform Bill in the Spotlight
California Energy Markets – September 16, 2022

Mile-High City Halts Two Highway Expansions — And Gives the Money to Transit Instead
Mile-High City Halts Two Highway Expansions — And Gives the Money to Transit Instead – September 15, 2022

Watts going on? Electric car market tight in New Mexico
Albuquerque Journal – September 2, 2022

The Alliance to Transform Transportation
CoPIRG Foundation – August 31, 2022

AZ may receive $76.5M for EV charging access
Arizona Capitol Times – August 26, 2022

Colorado’s top transit experts talk about I-25 and your drive
The Colorado Sun – August 25, 2022

Utah’s Uniform Building Code Commission votes in favor of updated building standards
Informed Infrastructure – August 24, 2022

What to make of Crested Butte’s ban of natural gas
Arvada Press – August 23, 2022

ACC Tells TEP to Reinvest Excess DSM Funds in Energy-Efficiency Programs
California Energy Markets – August 19, 2022

A small mountain town takes a big step
Ark Valley Voice – August 18, 2022

Big Pivots: What to make of Crested Butte’s ban of natural gas?
The Aspen TImes – August 17, 2022

Tucson Electric Power’s energy efficiency programs get $12M boost
Marietta Daily Journal – August 17, 2022

Metro Denver set to drop I-25 and C-470 expansions as planners shape climate-minded transportation future
Colorado Public Radio – August 15, 2022

Gas producers should electrify upstream processes – SWEEP
Energy Monitor – August 10, 2022

Colorado is investing to make EV ownership easier
The Daily Sentinel – August 9, 2022

Colorado Democrats, environmental groups cheer Senate passage of ‘historic’ climate bill
Colorado Newsline – August 8, 2022

Natural Gas Services Group Announces Commitment to Electrification of Compression Fleet – July 20, 2022

Southwest Gas requesting another large rate increase in Arizona
Energy and Policy Institute – July 7, 2022

How Fast-Growing Colorado Is Tackling Its Transportation Emissions
CleanTechnica – July 3, 2022

How Fast-Growing Colorado Is Tackling Its Transportation Emissions
WiredFocus – July 3, 2022

How Fast-Growing Colorado Is Tackling Its Transportation Emissions
Rocky Mountain Institute – June 30, 2022

CO: Ordering from Amazon or taking a Lyft ride? You’re about to kick in money for roads, transit and electric vehicles.
Mass Transit – June 28, 2022

In electric vehicle vs. gas car, who wins?
Golden Transcript – June 28, 2022

Climate Action Collaborative: We need your help to accomplish our climate goals
Vail Daily – June 28, 2022

Ordering from Amazon or taking a Lyft? You’re about to kick in money for roads, transit and electric vehicles.
The Denver Post – June 27, 2022

Colorado gas is at $5. In electric vehicle vs. gas car, who wins?
The Colorado Sun – June 23, 2022

Colorado’s governor vetoes bill that would have required developers to include electric vehicle chargers
The Colorado Sun – June 8, 2022

Gov. Polis vetoes bill that required EV charging in new apartments, large buildings
Colorado Newsline – June 8, 2022

Gov. Polis Vetoes Bill That Required EV Charging In New Apartments, Large Buildings
Patch – June 8, 2022

Recent state legislative session productive for environmental measures
Steamboat Pilot & Today – June 7, 2022

Freeway fighting tide has turned
Congress for the New IUrbanism – June 6, 2022

Clean energy homes cut energy bills and pollution. So why is it so hard to buy one in Nevada?
The Nevada Independent – June 6, 2022

What They’re Saying About Bills Signed by Governor Polis Legislation to Fight for Clean Air & Ensure Wildfire Preparedness
Colorado Energy Office – June 2, 2022

New Mexico joins 15 other states to adopt Clean Cars rules
Techstory – May 28, 2022

All-electric homes in Utah: It’s getting easier to douse the fire and embrace the wire
The Salt Lake Tribune – May 26, 2022

The Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) announces its Allies for 2022
Informed Infrastructure – May 26, 2022

Environmental Wins in the 2022 Legislative Session, and a Last-Second Loss
Westword – May 24, 2022

Gas appliances cost Nevadans money and clean air, study says
Nevada Current – May 23, 2022

Gas Appliances Cost Nevadans Money And Clean Air, Study Says
Patch – May 23, 2022

Colorado Legislature Scores Notable Wins on Energy Efficiency, Climate, and Transit
Ark Valley Voice – May 20, 2022

A lane expansion to unclog I-25 through downtown Denver is not on the table — for now
The Colorado Sun – May 16, 2022

Colorado Legislature Approves Landmark Energy Codes Bill
Western Resource Advocates – May 11, 2022

Energy Conservation Program: Energy Conservation Standards for General Service Lamps
Federal Register – May 9, 2022

Net Zero Cities: Reinventing existing buildings presents challenges, opportunities
Loveland Reporter-Herald – May 9, 2022

Let’s live up to our climate commitments
Colorado Politics – May 6, 2022

New Mexico Adopts Clean Cars Standards
Western Resource Advocates – May 5, 2022

BizWest TV: Christine Brinker plans to cut emissions from buildings {VIDEO}
BizWest – May 5, 2022

Feeling the heat: Energy insecurity in the nation’s hottest states
APM Research Lab – May 5, 2022

Fossil-free technology heating homes in frigid Fraser
The Daily Sentinel – May 3, 2022

New Mexico Latest to Consider Adoption of Clean Car Rules
Public News Service – May 3, 2022

This fossil-free technology heats homes in frigid Fraser
Colorado Newsline – April 28, 2022

Fossil-free technology that heats homes in frigid Fraser
The Aspen Times – April 28, 2022

Fossil-free technology that heats homes in frigid Fraser
Vail Daily – April 28, 2022

Clean cars mean cleaner air and cost savings for NM {OP-ED}
Albuquerque Journal – April 28, 2022

Fossil-Free Technology that Heats Homes in Frigid Fraser
Pagosa Daily Post – April 27, 2022

Fossil-free technology that heats homes in frigid Fraser
The Ark Valley Voice – April 27, 2022

Several bills in the state legislature aim to nudge Coloradans toward low- and zero-carbon homes
Boulder Reporting Lab – April 27, 2022

Fossil-free technology that heats homes in frigid Fraser
Sterling Journal-Advocate – April 26, 2022

Fossil-free technology that heats homes in frigid Fraser
The Fort Morgan TImes – April 26, 2022

Polis to speak at Net Zero Cities event in Loveland
Loveland Reporter-Herald – April 24, 2022

Polis to speak at Net Zero Cities event in Loveland
Greeley Tribune – April 23, 2022

United Power’s Attempt to Leave Tri-State ‘Invalidated’ by FERC Decision
California Energy Markets – April 22, 2022

The Future of Clean/Electric Vehicles Statewide {RADIO INTERVIEW}
KRWG Public Media – April 22, 2022

Bill to require electric vehicle charging for new, large residential, commercial buildings advances in House
Real Vail – April 20, 2022

EVs are coming to Colorado. This bill would require charging stations at new large buildings.
Colorado Newsline – April 20, 2022

Electrifying Your Home: Toward A Carbon-Free Footprint
Climate Action Homes podcast – April 18, 2022

Options to Improve Transportation Choices for Earth Day
The Denver North Star – April 15, 2022

With air quality worsening, Colorado’s top environmental officials seek millions more to fight pollution
The Denver Post – April 10, 2022

Federal agency extends emergency protections to rare Nevada toad
The Nevada Independent – April 7, 2022

3 new laws will impact the greening of Colorado real estate
Colorado Real Estate Journal – April 6, 2022

Results are in on Utah residential energy code study
Building Safety Journal – April 6, 2022

Boulder-area cities seek consistency in energy codes
Longmont Times-Call – April 3, 2022

Boulder-area cities seek consistency in energy codes
Boulder Daily Camera – April 3, 2022

Governor Polis, Legislative and Community Leaders propose Transformative Clean Air Legislation
Ark Valley Voice – April 1, 2022

E-bikes, electric school buses eyed in air-quality proposals ahead of 2022 ozone season
Colorado Newsline – April 1, 2022

How EVs Will Revolutionize Transportation Needs for Small Businesses
In Business – Greater Phoenix – March 24, 2022

EPA Restoration of California Waiver Will Support State Climate Action, Improve Air Quality, and Advance our Electric Vehicle Future
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – March 11, 2022

Nevada’s Authority to Set Clean Cars Standards is Restored! (COALITION PRESS RELEASE)
Nevada Clean Cars – March 9, 2022

‘Think like a log’: Green housing expert offers advice to Marshall Fire victims on rebuilding with resiliency and long-term cost savings in mind
Boulder Reporting Lab – March 9, 2022

NM cruising ahead on electric car charging stations
Santa Fe New Mexican – March 5, 2022

Rebuilding greener is a community value, and Boulder County is stepping up to help fire victims
Boulder Daily Camera – March 5, 2022

Colorado targets buses and trucks in new emissions strategy
The Denver Post – March 4, 2022

New Rule Would Let Casinos, Businesses That Left NV Energy Come Back
Las Vegas Patch – March 3, 2022

Louisville makes its tougher, green building codes optional for Marshall fire victims
Colorado Public Radio – March 2, 2022

Here’s how Arizona is emerging as an electric vehicle hub
AZ Big Media – March 2, 2022

Environmental goals clash with economic realities as Louisville residents look to rebuild after Marshall fire
The Denver Post – March 1, 2022

There are new financial incentives for Marshall fire victims to rebuild greener homes
Colorado Public Radio – February 28, 2022

Colorado wants to fix the Floyd Hill I-70 nightmare. Here’s how.
The Colorado Sun – February 27, 2022

Southwest Gas and NV Energy-funded groups advocate in favor of gas in Nevada’s “future of gas” docket
Energy and Policy Institute – February 9, 2022

How governors races may change energy, from EVs to renewables
EnergyWire – February 8, 2022

Firms chosen for $700 million I-70 expansion between Floyd Hill and Clear Creek Canyon
The Denver Post – January 28, 2022

Arizona regulators reject 100% clean energy rules package, energy efficiency standard extension
Utility Dive – January 27, 2022

Arizona regulators reject their clean energy rules at last second
Solar Builder – January 27, 2022

Arizona regulators reject new clean-energy rules after years of debate
National Wind Watch – January 26, 2022

In major reversal, Arizona utility regulators kill 100% clean-energy rules in the state
National Wind Watch – January 26, 2022

Arizona regulators reject new clean-energy rules after years of debate
Arizona Daily Star – January 26, 2022

In major reversal, Arizona utility regulators kill 100% clean-energy rules in the state
Arizona Republic – January 26, 2022

Tri-State Embraces Near-Term GHG Reductions in Settlement Before Regulators
California Energy Markets – January 21, 2022

Major cooperative agrees to aggressive clean power goals, consider retiring Craig coal plant 4 years early
The Denver Gazette – January 20, 2022

Major cooperative agrees to aggressive clean power goals, consider retiring Craig coal unit 4 years early
Colorado Politics – January 20, 2022

Reflecting on Our 2021 Transportation Electrification Victories
Western Resource Advocates – January 20, 2022

Tri-State reaches settlement regarding local transition away from coal
Craig Press – January 20, 2022

Colorado concert halls and ski areas are tossing one-time plastic cups
The Colorado Sun – January 18, 2022

Charging infrastructure for electrical vehicles in Colorado to get a jolt from feds as EV sales continue to grow
The Denver Post – January 13, 2022

RTD proposes massive overhaul: Fewer suburban buses, more service where riders remained during the pandemic
Colorado Public Radio – January 12, 2022

Who Should Pay Power Plant Shutdown Costs?
Citizens Journal – January 7, 2022

Arizona regulators approve plan to accelerate EV investment, require utility transportation plans by June
Utility Dive – December 20, 2021

Colo. Crafts New Transportation Rules to Improve Air Quality
Government Technology – December 17, 2021

Colo. Crafts New Transportation Rules to Improve Air Quality
The Techregister UK – December 17, 2021

Colorado enacts new rules to reduce greenhouse gas emissions with fewer road expansions, more mass transit options
Boulder Daily Camera – December 17, 2021

Colorado enacts new rules to reduce greenhouse gas emissions with fewer road expansions, more mass transit options
The Denver Post – December 16, 2021

New CDOT rules will force road projects to cut emissions — or else put money toward transit options
The Colorado Sun – December 16, 2021

Plan to boost electric vehicles in Arizona gets regulator approval – December 15, 2021

As transportation climate vote nears, car-friendly communities worry it will reduce funding for sought-after road projects
Colorado Public Radio – December 14, 2021

Pro-Climate Transportation Planning Rule That Could Mean Major Change Nears Vote
Colorado Patch – December 13, 2021

Vote looms on new pro-climate CDOT planning rule
Real Vail – December 13, 2021

Pro-climate transportation planning rule that could mean major change nears vote
Colorado Newsline – December 13, 2021

Regulators approve $100 million plan for EV charging stations
This Is Reno – December 4, 2021

Regulators approve $100 million plan for EV charging stations
Nevada Current – December 3, 2021

Arizona regulator warns that APS, Tucson Electric renewable overbuild could cost customers
Utility Dive – December 3, 2021

Nevada utility regulators power electric transportation with approval of NV Energy’s $100M EV charging investment
Informed Infrastructure – December 1, 2021

Nevada to Power Clean Vehicles with Clean Electricity
NRDC – November 30, 2021

Denver OKs emission reductions for large buildings, $26 million in solar energy projects
The Denver Gazette – November 22, 2021

Southwest Gas faces pressure from climate groups, investors as it charts future
The Nevada Independent – November 16, 2021

Nevada Voters Support Full Transition to Electric Vehicles by 2030
Cision – November 16, 2021

New Mexico Voters Support Full Transition to Electric Vehicles by 2030
Cision – November 16, 2021

New Mexico Utilities Can Invest Over $11 Million Into EV Infrastructure & Education
CleanTechnica – November 15, 2021

New Mexico utilities to invest more than $11 million in electric vehicle infrastructure and education programs
Informed Infrastructure – November 12, 2021

Colorado is getting around $1 billion from the federal infrastructure bill for transportation projects
Colorado Public Radio – November 8, 2021

CDOT, RTD, local governments need to be partners in transportation solutions
The Denver Post – November 5, 2021

Denver City Council committee approves ordinance on emission reductions
9News Denver – November 5, 2021

Valley groups, SRP start electric transportation initiative
Daily Independent – November 4, 2021

Denver committee OKs emission reductions, energy improvements for large buildings
The Denver Gazette – November 3, 2021

Proposed rule aims to boost electric car sales in New Mexico
Santa Fe New Mexican – October 28, 2021

Nevada adopts Clean Cars initiative, is now nation’s 16th clean car state
KSNV News 3 Las Vegas – October 24, 2021

Energy Efficiency, Decarbonization a Growing Conversation in the West
California Energy Markets – October 15, 2021

Which Way for Colorado’s Transportation Future?
NRDC – October 14, 2021

Colorado leaders ramping up electric vehicle support
Colorado Springs Gazette – October 12, 2021

Colorado leaders ramping up electric vehicle support
Colorado Politics – October 12, 2021

Meet the 2021 Green Business honorees
Utah Business – October 6, 2021

NM groups to lawmakers: Fossil-fueled hydrogen a climate threat, not a solution
Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter – October 5, 2021

Six vying for City Council District 7 seat
Albuquerque Journal – October 5, 2021

Arizona Report Author Says 2050 Projections Too Speculative to Analyze Now
California Energy Markets – October 1, 2021

Southwest Energy Efficiency Project celebrates 20th anniversary
Informed Infrastructure – September 30, 2021

Q&A Albuquerque City Council District 7 Tammy Fiebelkorn
Albuquerque Journal – September 29, 2021

Longmont now a GoEV city to help accelerate electrification goals
Longmont Leader – September 29, 2021

City Council declares Longmont a GoEV city
Longmont Times-Call – September 28, 2021

City Council to consider declaring Longmont’s plans to promote community’s transition to electric vehicles
Daily Camera – September 24, 2021

Your definitive – for now – Colorado electric vehicle Q & A
The Colorado Sun – September 24, 2021

Heinrich Opens Hearing On Electrifying Homes, Buildings
Los Alamos Daily Post – September 23, 2021

Heinrich Opens Hearing On Economic Benefits Of Electrifying Homes, Buildings
U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM) – September 22, 2021

The Surprising Impact Cannabis Growers Could Have on Utilities
Energy Central – September 20, 2021

Xcel Energy Will Now Help Pay For An Electric Car — Depending On Your Income
Colorado Public Radio – September 9, 2021

Now’s the time to go big on climate action
Colorado Politics – August 27, 2021

Colorado air commission formally drops rule aimed at reducing car commutes
Colorado Newsline – August 20, 2021

The Association of Energy Services Professionals Selected to Lead Innovative Three-Year Educational Training Effort by the DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Market Wire News – August 19, 2021

U.S. Energy Secretary visits Albuquerque energy efficiency project
KRQE News 13 – August 18, 2021

A Proposed Rule Would Target Colorado’s Polluting Road Projects
Colorado Public Radio – August 16, 2021

New executive order brings more electric cars to New Mexico
KOB 4 New Mexico – August 15, 2021

Arizona Follows California: Statewide Transportation Electrification Plan
Citizens Journal – August 5, 2021

New Mexico targets vehicle emissions
Albuquerque Journal – August 1, 2021

Major Agreement on Clean Cars Nevada Program Announced
NRDC – July 28, 2021

Resources for Coloradans to Transition to Electric-Powered Homes
Sierra Club Colorado – July 22, 2021

APS launches incentive to tap 80% of residential customers’ battery capacity during peak demand
Utility Dive – July 20, 2021

Arizona Residents Explain Why They Love Their EVs
InsideEVs – July 2, 2021

City Launches Community Energy Efficiency Project with Prosperity Works, Energy Works and Southwest Energy Efficiency Project
City of Albuquerque – July 1, 2021

Arizona Thrives Announces Alliance Leadership Council to Guide Clean Energy
InBusiness Greater Phoenix – June 30, 2021

‘Like What Fred Flintstone Would Be Doing’: Burning Fossil Fuels In Buildings At Odds With Colorado’s Emissions Goals
KUNC – June 18, 2021

Colorado Tackles Climate-Warming Emissions
Green Builder Media – June 16, 2021

Denver Releases Renewable Heating and Cooling Plan
NRDC – June 15, 2021

NM should charge ahead with clean car standards
Albuquerque Journal – June 13, 2021

Coalition seeks tougher New Mexico auto fuel standards
Santa Fe New Mexican – June 12, 2021

Nevada legislature passes sweeping clean energy bill focused on funding electric vehicle infrastructure
Environ.News – June 11, 2021

Conservation and Labor Groups Praise Governor Sisolak’s Signing of SB 448 to Support Clean Energy Economy
Western Resource Advocates – June 10, 2021

Colorado Legislators Pass Four Bills to Reduce Building Emissions, Cut Utility Costs
Western Resource Advocates – June 8, 2021

Historic $5.3 billion transportation bill sent to governor’s desk
Colorado Newsline – June 3, 2021

The unlikely measure to address climate change in Colorado
Axios – June 2, 2021

Colorado lawmakers debate massive transportation funding bill
The Denver Channel – May 25, 2021

PNM proposal to pull out of coal-fired Four Corners plant contested
Santa Fe New Mexican – May 23, 2021

Arizona may resurrect efforts to commit to 100 percent carbon-free electricity
Canary Media – May 20, 2021

Massive clean energy bill expanding transmission, electric car charging stations gets first hearing; resorts opposed
The Nevada Independent – May 18, 2021

Massive clean energy bill expanding transmission, electric car charging stations gets first hearing; resorts opposed
Elko Daily – May 18, 2021

Local officials back transportation funding bill working its way through legislature
Real Vail – May 14, 2021

Nevada Aims to Plug Vehicles into Renewable Energy
NRDC – May 13, 2021

Colorado transportation fees bill faces key tension between more highway lanes and addressing climate change
The Denver Post – May 11, 2021

Colorado Lawmakers Unveil $5.3 Billion Proposal to Solve “Transportation Crisis”
Denver Westword – May 9, 2021

Transportation funding bill backed by Boulder-area officials
Colorado Hometown Weekly – May 7, 2021

Transportation funding bill backed by Boulder-area officials
Daily Camera – May 7, 2021

Measuring the Energy Efficiency of Evaporative Systems through a New Index—EvaCOP
Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute – May 7, 2021

Arizona regulators reverse course, reject new state clean-energy rules – May 6, 2021

Colorado lawmakers unveil $5.3 billion proposal to solve ‘transportation crisis’
Colorado Newsline – May 5, 2021

Landmark Transportation Proposal Introduced to Modernize System, Support 21st Century Economy
Western Slope Now – May 5, 2021

Impressive Coalition Introducing New Transportation Bill
Colorado Pols – May 5, 2021

Colorado lawmakers introduce 2021 transportation fee bill
The Denver Channel – May 4, 2021

Colorado’s attempts to pay for transportation improvements fall far short of other states
Julesburg Journal-Advocate – April 29, 2021

Net Zero Cities: Microgrids may keep key services running during inclement weather
BizWest – April 27, 2021

4 Ways Cannabis Is Becoming A Greener Industry
420 Intel – April 26, 2021

Colorado clean car advocates applaud Biden plan to reject Trump rollback
Colorado Politics – April 26, 2021

Colorado on cusp of market transformation in buildings
Mountain Town News – April 26, 2021

Tucson Electric driving grand plan to speed electric-vehicle adoption – April 23, 2021

Support for PNM/Avangrid merger stipulation continues to grow
The Grant County Beat – April 23, 2021

On Earth Day, Cannabis Companies Should Take a Closer Look at their Environmental Impact
Green Entrepreneur – April 22, 2021

Clean energy advocates want more energy efficiency investments; NV Energy pushes back
The Nevada Independent – April 8, 2021

Avon to add two new electric vehicle charging stations in Beaver Creek
Vail Daily – April 7, 2021

Lawmakers’ effort to undo clean-energy rules in Arizona advances even as its fate appears doomed
AZ Central – March 31, 2021

Appliance efficiency bill would mark “huge leap forward” in reducing Nevada’s carbon footprint
Sierra Nevada Ally – March 26, 2021

Transit Or Roads? Urban Or Rural? Transportation Funding Proposal Faces Pull From Many Angles
Colorado Public Radio – March 25, 2021

Rolling Out The Red Carpet For Transit
Streetsblog Denver – March 24, 2021

Op-ed: Tax on electric vehicles worth considering
Las Vegas Review-Journal – March 21, 2021

Despite PRC moratorium on utility disconnections, customers have received disconnect notices
Las Cruces Sun News – March 18, 2021

Colorado lawmakers’ transportation pitch: New fees on gas, online package deliveries, Uber and Lyft rides
The Denver Post – March 18, 2021

Avon to consider electric vehicle pledge
Vail Daily – March 7, 2021

Going back to the drawing board on Northwest Rail, RTD also faces other incomplete projects from 2004 FasTracks plan
The Longmont Leader – February 27, 2021

Environmentalists Pushing For Rules To Make Apartments More EV-Ready
Nevada Public Radio – February 25, 2021

High Country Conservation Center prepares electric vehicle readiness plan
Summit Daily – February 22, 2021

Colorado’s attempts to pay for transportation improvements fall far short of other states
The Denver Post – February 21, 2021

No flame, no pain … local governments need to make electrification a priority
Vail Daily – February 18, 2021

Increased electric vehicle fees short-sighted approach that penalizes vehicle owners and hurts air quality – February 18, 2021

After Polis’ Arm Twist, RTD Looks To Restart Boulder Rail Project
Colorado Public Radio – February 10, 2021

Las Cruces City Council Reviews Options To Decrease Emissions
KRWG Public Media – February 8, 2021

Bill would help indebted utility customers
Energy Central – February 8, 2021

Arizona Bills Threaten ‘Showdown’ Over 100% Clean Energy Rules
Greentech Media – February 8, 2021

Bill would help indebted utility customers
Albuquerque Journal – February 7, 2021

Electric Vehicles Can Save Nevada $20 Billion
Techregister – February 6, 2021

Report Finds COVID-19 Leads to Consumption Decline in Michigan’s Electric Choice Program
Transmission & Distribution World – February 5, 2021

APS to Develop Tariff Allowing for Aggregation of Distributed Demand-side Resources
Transmission & Distribution World – February 4, 2021

Study evaluates the electric vehicle use needed to meet Greenhouse Gas emission goals in Nevada
Sierra Nevada Ally – February 4, 2021

Arizona adopts utility tariff for demand-side resources, including smart technology
DailyEnergyInsider – February 2, 2021

Modernizing our transportation system
Colorado Politics – February 1, 2021

Why efficiency has become a big part of energy in Colorado during 21st century
Mountain Town News – January 20, 2021

Colorado Leaders Cheer Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Roadmap
WesternSlopeNow – January 14, 2021

Colorado is behind on targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions. How far should the state push industry to get there?
The Colorado Sun – January 6, 2021

Elise Jones to head Southwest Energy Efficiency Project
Boulder Daily Camera – January 5, 2021

Elise Jones to head Southwest Energy Efficiency Project
Longmont Times-Call – January 5, 2021

Boulder County commissioner named SWEEP executive director
BizWest – January 5, 2021

Energy Expert Calls For Arizona To Prepare For Electric Vehicles
KJZZ 91.5 Radio – December 30, 2020

Colorado regulators give Xcel Energy green light to invest in electric transportation, but pump brakes on vehicle rebate plan
The Denver Post – December 24, 2020

Colorado Officials Approve Company’s Plan for Electric Cars
U.S News & World Report – December 24, 2020

Environmentalists laud Xcel’s green vehicle plan before PUC
Colorado Politics – December 24, 2020

Colorado officials approve company’s plan for electric cars
SFGate – December 24, 2020

Colorado regulators give Xcel Energy green light to invest in electric transportation, but pump brakes on vehicle rebate plan
Daily Camera – December 24, 2020

Denver forms new task force to lead clean energy plan for current, future buildings across the city
Colorado Politics – December 17, 2020

Golden Passes “GoEV City” Resolution Committing to 100% Electric Transportation
CleanTechnica – December 16, 2020

Nevada Named “Most Improved” State for Energy Efficiency
Western Resource Advocates – December 16, 2020

It’s Too Soon To Say If Colorado Will Follow California And Ban New Gas Car Sales (But They Might Not Have To)
Colorado Public Radio – November 23, 2020

Arizona’s Net-Zero Plan Unites Democrats and Republicans
Inside Climate News – November 19, 2020

Arizona approves 100 percent carbon-free goal, distributed storage standard
Solar Builder – November 17, 2020

Shack or rondavel? Traditional building methods hold the key to accessible housing
Maverick Citizen – November 15, 2020

Arizona regulators poised to expand efficiency targets in clean energy rules
Energy Central – November 13, 2020

New Mexico PRC Approves New Energy Efficiency Plan for PNM
Renewable Energy Magazine – November 2, 2020

In split vote, Arizona regulators take major step towards 100% carbon-free mandate for utilities
Utility Dive – November 2, 2020

Increase Community Health Via Energy Efficiency
New Mexico Environmental Public Health Network – November 2, 2020

Cities defend progress after slipping in clean energy ranking
Arizona Capitol Times – October 30, 2020

EVs dealt major blow in building code ruling
EnergyWire – October 22, 2020

Vote Yes on NM Constitutional Amendment 1
NRDC Blog – October 21, 2020

More public charging stations key to making EVs accessible
Star Advertiser – October 19, 2020

Arizona cities defend progress after slipping in clean energy ranking
Cronkite News – October 16, 2020

Commissioner Lea Márquez Peterson Votes “Yes” to Help AZ Families Save Energy & Money through Energy Efficiency
Arizona Corporation Commission – October 15, 2020

Cleaner air in Colorado by 2050? Roadmap to achieve it released by Gov. Polis and state agencies
Colorado Politics – September 30, 2020

Colorado releases greenhouse gas reduction plan
S&P Global – September 30, 2020

Colorado oil and gas emissions rules begin to tighten, but gaps open over what is monitored, by whom and where
The Colorado Sun – September 19, 2020

Summit County commissioners consider going electric
Summit Daily News – September 16, 2020

New ABQ building code may be delayed
Albuquerque Journal – August 16, 2020

SWEEP offers insights for local governments who want to decarbonize housing
Mountain Town News – August 16, 2020

Report aids local governments on policy options, pathways to electrify new buildings
Building Design and Construction Network – August 4, 2020

New Mexico utility replacing coal plant with solar + storage portfolio
Solar Power World – August 3, 2020

New Report Helps Local Communities Shift to Efficient All-Electric Buildings
Renewable Energy Magazine – July 28, 2020

A power play: Changes to Tri-State will affect Empire Electric and its customers
Informed Infrastructure – July 27, 2020

It’s time to update New Mexico’s energy codes
Santa Fe New Mexican – July 27, 2020

A power play: Changes to Tri-State will affect Empire Electric and its customers
Four Corners Free Press – July 14, 2020

Tucson Electric Power plans to end use of coal-generated electricity by 2032 – July 7, 2020

Electricity to Benefit Our Future
Colorado Country Life – June 29, 2020

Letter to the Editor: APS, Arizona Corporation Commission Fail to Protect Vulnerable Ratepayers
SanTanValley.Com – June 29, 2020

Nevada Accelerates on Clean Cars
Energy Central – June 25, 2020

Arizona chief utility regulator calls report on APS customer programs ‘scathing’ as commission considers reopening 2017 rate case
Utility Dive – June 12, 2020

Tucson Electric Power gets an earful about how to cut greenhouse gases – June 9, 2020

Ariz. regulators reject blanket order for utility COVID-19 cost tracking
SNL Canada Energy Week – Powered by Dow Jones – May 27, 2020

Consumers Can Expect Small Utility Refunds in June
Prescott eNews – May 13, 2020

Coronavirus shifts Boulder County energy usage with commercial decreases recorded, more expected
Daily Camera – Powered by Dow Jones Sam Lounsberry – May 11, 2020

Consumer Groups Seek Help for Jobless AZ Utility Customers
Public News Service – May 5, 2020

Colorado Adds Medium- and Heavy-duty Vehicles to its Electrification Plans
Charged Electric Vehicles – May 5, 2020

Colorado Electric Vehicle Plan Paves the Way toward 100 Percent Clean Vehicles
EE Online – April 29, 2020

Colorado unveils new plan to get more electric vehicles — of all sizes — onto its roads
Colorado Sun – April 24, 2020

State Unveils ‘Ambitious’ Roadmap To Move To Electric Vehicles, But COVID-19 Could Be An Obstacle
Colorado Public Radio – April 24, 2020

Failure to raise fuel tax cost Colorado billions group says
AASHTO Journal – March 23, 2020

Nevada to consider transportation electrification efforts
Transportation Today – March 16, 2020

Report: Colorado should “modernize” gas tax to raise money
Colorado Politics – March 13, 2020

Leader of state Energy Office touts clean power in Durango
Durango Herald – March 12, 2020

Proposed tax hike seeks to address lack of funding for roads
White Mountain Independent – March 3, 2020

Cities are starting to ban gas in buildings, Arizona’s not having it
Grist – February 27, 2020

Arizona lawmakers considering doubling the gas tax
NBC 12 News – February 26, 2020

Driven to Exhaustion: Can Denver End Its Love Affair With the Car?
Westword – February 25, 2020

Gas tax hike bill passes committee
Eastern Arizona Courier – February 21, 2020

Arizona gasoline tax would double under bill advancing in House – February 20, 2020

Local Motion: Public Transit on the Western Slope
KVNF – February 18, 2020

APS commits to 45% renewables by 2030
AZBIGMEDIA – January 23, 2020

Microgrids Deliver Resiliency, Security and Savings
loT World Today – January 17, 2020

Tri-State rolls out its plan to expand renewable energy across Colorado
Colorado Politics – January 15, 2020

Coming To Your Town: New Homes Built To Be EV-Ready
CleanTechnica – January 14, 2020

New U.S. Building Codes Require Plugs for Electric Cars
Quartz – January 10, 2020

These New Building Codes Could Finally Ensure New Houses are Ready for Charging Electric Vehicles
EE Online – January 8, 2020

Nevada Energy’s solar energy plan touted by environmental groups, criticized by others
The Center Square – January 3, 2020

Marijuana growers gobble up electricity, but Michigan pot law doesn’t address energy efficiency
Lansing State Journal – December 12, 2019

6 Organizations Advocating For Sustainable Transportation – December 5, 2019

Co-ops Work to Lower Carbon Energy Use
Colorado Country Life Magazine – December 2, 2019

Cost, comfort emphasized as building electrification takes off in Colorado
Energy Central – November 19, 2019

Colorado Residential Energy Code Field Study Kickoff Meeting
EVENTA – November 6, 2019

For Colorado energy provider, the future of coal looks increasingly grim
Energy News Network – November 4, 2019

Phoenix Forum Focuses On Future of Electric Vehicles
KJZZ – October 30, 2019

Downtown Phoenix Event Highlights Latest Developments in Electric Cars
KTAR News – October 30, 2019

Coalition Forms League to Advance Beneficial Electrification in Colorado
Mountain Town News – October 30, 2019

Colorado Maintains High Ranking in State Energy Efficiency Scorecard
T&D World – October 11, 2019

In Hawaii and Colorado, Governments and the Private Sector Electrify Transportation
GreenBiz – October 1, 2019

Experience in Colorado Shows the Growth Potential of Biogas as Vehicle Fuel and in Pipeline Injection
Treatment Plant Operator Magazine by Neil Kolwey – September 2, 2019

Colorado Revs Up, Adopts Zero-Emission Vehicle Program
Ecowatch By Simon Mui – August 19, 2019

Colorado First State In Middle Of Nation To Adopt Electric Vehicle Standard by David O. Williams – August 16, 2019

City Bringing First Electric Buses to Albuquerque
City of Albuquerque – August 15, 2019

In Colorado, Electric Vehicle Ambitions Meet Extreme Peaks And Weather
Energy News Network by Allen Best – August 12, 2019

Boulder-Based Green Energy Group Makes Case For Density To Meet City’s Climate Goals
The Boulder Beat by Shay Castle – August 11, 2019

Nonprofits Outline ‘Compact Development’ As Traffic Decongestion Tool
Boulder Daily Camera by Sam Lounsberry – August 10, 2019

Electric Vehicle Adoption Plan Approved By ACC by Nick Esquer – August 2, 2019

Arizona’s New EV Growth Plan Could Save Customers Billions, Groups Say by Robert Walton – July 12, 2019

Judge Hits Brakes On Car Dealers’ Lawsuit Against State Rule Boosting Fuel Efficiency
Denver Post – by Judith Kohler – July 9, 2019

Understanding New Utility Incentive Programs for Energy Efficiency – by Karen Kroll – July 8, 2019

That $1.5B Boulder-Longmont Train? Transit Advocates Say Maybe We Should Ask For More Buses Instead
Colorado Public Radio – by Nathanial Minor – July 3, 2019

Utility energy-efficiency programs benefit all
Santa Fe New Mexican – By Howard Geller and Tammy Fiebelkorn – June 8, 2019

Codes Requiring EV in Commercial Help Grid
Codewatcher – June 7, 2019

Can These Electric Vehicle Codes Lead to Grid Benefits?
Microgrid Knowledge – by Lisa Cohn – June 7, 2019

New Clean Energy Laws for Nevada
KTVN 2 News Nevada – Chris Buckley – June 4, 2019

Colorado wants to spark move to electric vehicles in a big way — with buses, trucks, fleets
Denver Post – Judith Kohler – May 31, 2019

Electric bus plan is now a law, but is there money to make it go?
Nevada Current – Jeniffer Solis – May 31, 2019

Polis signs suite of climate, energy bills
Grand Junction Daily Sentinel – Dennis Webb – May 31, 2019

DOE Lightbulb Rollbacks Spark State Action
E&E News – May 28, 2019

New Mexico adopts energy efficiency regulations
Choose Energy – May 25, 2019

Nevada Governor Sisolak signs bill that would fund electric school buses
KSNV News 3 – Las Vegas, NV – May 23, 2019

Reaction to state legislature’s work on energy runs gamut
Denver Post – May 19, 2019

Energy efficiency is not a free lunch; it’s a smorgasbord
Santa Fe New Mexican – May 18, 2019

SWEEP Promotes Electric Vehicles
Denver Post – May 15, 2019

Marijuana Prices Have Collapsed, Forcing Growers to Focus on Energy Efficiency
Utility Dive – May 1, 2019

New law boosts energy-efficiency mandates
Albuquerque Journal – April 18, 2019

The 2018 IECC is Fair to the Solar Industry
ICC – Building Safety Journal – April 11, 2019

New Mexico Efficiency Bill Ensures Utilities Don’t Take Hit From Lower Energy Use
Utility Dive – April 10, 2019

Legislation Amended To Help Consumers Save Energy and Money?
ThisisReno – March 22, 2019

The IECC Is a Life Safety Code: Make It the Law
CodeWatcher – March 12, 2019

7 Tips to Reduce Your Energy costs
Cannabis Business Times – March 11, 2019

New Study Finds Electric Vehicles Could Help Nevada Economy in Multiple Ways
Channel 2 News Reno, Nevada – February 1, 2019

The 2018 IECC is Fair to the Solar Industry
Code Watcher – January 16, 2019

Environmentalists are demanding aggressive action on climate change. How far will Colorado Democrats go?
Colorado Sun – January 2, 2019

The Lowdown on EV-Ready Building Codes
Code Watcher – December 28, 2018

NV Energy Reorients Generation Mix toward Solar, Retiring Coal
Renewable Energy World – December 27, 2018

NV Energy’s renewable energy expansion approved
Nevada Appeal – December 21, 2018

Colorado’s Electric Car Dream: More charging stations, less smog and the warm embrace of renewable energy; The state is growing more bullish on electric vehicles as it launches a plan to “electrify” more of the state’s transportation sector
Denver Post – December 21, 2018

Arizona regulators adopt electric-vehicle policy, but don’t take vote on TEP energy-efficiency plan
Arizona (Tucson) Daily Star – December 19, 2018

Tucson Electric Power must boost energy-saving programs, critics say
Arizona (Tucson) Daily Star – December 15, 2018

Electric vehicles would have huge benefits in Arizona
Arizona PBS – December 6, 2018

Group Buy Programs Have Helped Sell Over 3,000 EVs
Greentechnica – December 2, 2018

Colorado funding $10 million in new electric-vehicle charging stations
Denver Business Journal – November 29, 2018

Colorado adopts California auto emissions standards
Colorado Politics – November 16, 2018

Boulder County promises transition to electric government vehicle fleet
Boulder Daily Camera – November 14, 2018

Clean Energy Advocates Hail Outcome of Nevada Energy-Related Ballot Measures
This Is Reno web news – November 7, 2018

Lower Rocky Mountain Power efficiency targets put trade-off with renewables into focus
Utility Dive – November 6, 2018

Q&A with Howard Geller | Toward a less wasteful energy economy
Colorado Politics – November 5, 2018

Denver Approves Landmark Green Building Policy
Code Watcher – November 5, 2018

Ballot Question Asks Voters For RFTA Property Tax
Aspen Public Radio – October 15, 2018

KTVN Ch. 2 News Reno, NV – October 8, 2018

The City of Reno highlights benefits of energy efficiency at ‘Energy Efficient Day’
KRXI- Channel 11 Reno, NV – October 8, 2018

Carson City plugs into National Energy Efficiency Day this Friday
Carson Now – October 5, 2018

The City of Reno highlights benefits of energy efficiency at ‘Energy Efficient Day’
KRNV Channel 4 Reno – October 5, 2018

Question mark Giants battle, but the public is still puzzled about Question 3
Las Vegas Review Journal – September 28, 2018

In Colorado, two rural co-ops are leading the charge on electric vehicles
Energy News Network – September 19, 2018

KTVN Ch. 2 News Reno, NV – September 17, 2018

The GoEV Campaign: Calling Your City To Join In!
Green Technica online – September 17, 2018

RFTA’s economic benefits top $67M
Aspen Daily News – September 11, 2018

Four Colorado transit agencies win grants for electric buses
KMGH – Channel 7 Denver Channel – August 29, 2018

The Power of Group Buying Electric Vehicles
EV World – August 10, 2018

Trump MPG Rollback Will Hurt Consumers, Critics Say
KUER – August 3, 2018

SWEEP Report: Group Buys Can Dramatically Lower Cost Of Electric Vehicles
Forbes – July 30, 2018

Pro-renewable Energy Groups Come Out in Opposition to Energy Choice Ballot Question
Nevada Independent – July 26, 2018

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock rolls out Climate Action Plan
Colorado Politics – July 18, 2018

Colorado regulators raise Xcel’s energy-efficiency target by 25 percent
Colorado Springs Gazette – June 20, 2018

Hickenlooper’s plan for low-emissions-vehicle standards draws backlash, praise
Denver Business Journal – June 20, 2018

Maine finds marijuana growers too risky for energy efficiency grants
Utility Dive – June 19, 2018

Colo. to adopt low emissions vehicle standards under Hickenlooper’s latest executive order
Colorado Springs Gazette – June 19, 2018

2009 Called. It Wants Its Energy Code Back
Insulation Institute online – June 15, 2018

Nevada electric utility seeks to partner with 6 solar firms
Reno Gazette Journal – June 1, 2018

Traffic on westbound I-70 past Floyd Hill.Colorado Department of Transportation Conservatives: Even If Our Transportation Ballot Initiative Loses in November, We Still Win
Westword – May 22, 2018

You Can’t Buy New Crosstrek PHEV Unless You Live in These 10 US States
Torque News – May 21, 2018

Colorado to miss out on Subaru EVs for lack of a law
Colorado Springs Gazette – May 16, 2018

Regulators approve rules for EV charging, despite criticism from consumer advocate
Nevada Independent – May 11, 2018

Business groups team up to urge increase in transportation funding
Denver Business Journal – April 10, 2018

‘America First’ Or Dirtier Air? What EPA Rollbacks On Auto Emissions Could Mean
Colorado Public Radio – April 5, 2018

Don’t roll back U.S. auto emissions standards
Denver Post – April 4, 2018

Analysis: How EPA’s rollback of auto mileage rule would impact Colorado
Durango Herald – April 3, 2018

Climate, clean air goals in danger
Boulder Daily Camera – March 31, 2018

Colorado Senate committee unplugs bill to allow Xcel to build EV charging stations March
Colorado Politics – March 28, 2018

Colorado to spend millions building electric-vehicle charging stations
Denver Business Journal – March 26, 2018

TEP, APS ordered to cut reliance on gas, add renewables in long-term plans
Arizona (Tucson) Daily Star – March 19, 2018

Arizona regulators rebuff utilities, order turn from gas to renewables
PV Magazine – March 15, 2018

Arizona regulators hope to put hold on utilities’ gas-fired ambitions
Electric Light and Power online – March 15, 2018

Arizona regulators move to place gas plant moratorium on utilities
Utility Dive – March 15, 2018

Henderson receives energy efficiency award
KTNV – March 14, 2018

People Are Buying Electric Cars in Bulk to Get Cheaper Prices
Motherboard – March 5, 2018

Nevada accelerates efforts to widen electric transportation adoption
Northern Nevada Business Weekly – March 2, 2018

What’s driving a Tesla Model X like for a first-time electric vehicle user?
Northern Nevada Business Weekly – March 2, 2018

Clean energy advocates decry proposed electric, hybrid vehicle fees
Deseret News – March 1, 2018

Electric Transportation Forum
KTVN Ch. 2 News Reno, NV – February 22, 2018

Colorado’s NREL — a workhorse in national solar, wind research — faces “devastating” cuts in Trump budget proposal
Denver Post – February 1, 2018

Governor Sets Bold Goals for Electric Vehicles
Prowers Journal – January 28, 2018

Few EVs in rural Colorado now, but with spark that may change; Expect to see fast-charging stations along highways in 2018
Mountain Town News – January 23, 2018

Legislature begins the fight, again, over how to pay for transportation
Durango Herald – January 23, 2018

Sales Of Electric Cars Have Doubled In Colorado The cars are gaining popularity across the state.
KCNC Channel 4 – January 5, 2018

Billions From VW Settlement Boost Push to Clean Vehicles
Stateline – January 4, 2018

Wyoming Coal and the Climate Computer
The Weather Channel: The United States of Climate Change – November 6, 2017

Will electric car sales become like the pond with proliferating lily pads?
Mountain Town News – November 5, 2017

New Mexico Ranks in the Bottom Third Nationally in Energy Efficiency
Green Fire Times – November 2, 2017

A New Plan Could Help Cure Electric Vehicle Range Anxiety In Colorado
Colorado Public Radio – October 13, 2017

How to Cope with Denver’s Rapid Growth is an Ongoing Battle
5280 Magazine – October 12, 2017

Utahns love energy efficiency and buy more electric cars per capita than Californians, according to new report
Salt Lake Tribune – October 8, 2017

Energy efficiency savings may drop in the future
Deseret News – October 8, 2017

Business, Energy Leaders Gather to Urge Rocky Mountain Power to Keep Energy Efficiency Programs
Utah Business – October 6, 2017

Seven western governors aim to charge up electric vehicle network
Denver Business Journal – October 5, 2017

Tucson Electric floats pilot program to control your thermostat
Arizona (Tucson) Daily Star – October 1, 2017

Let’s not be afraid to talk about climate change
Salt Lake Tribune – October 1, 2017

VW settlement may fund charging stations; Department will take comments until Oct. 13
Grand Junction Daily Sentinel – October 1, 2017

Volkswagen Settlement Will Fund Cleaner Buses in Colorado
Streets Blog Denver – September 25, 2017

Colorado’s $68.7 million from VW emissions-cheating settlement will replace older vehicles, fund electric charging stations
Denver Post – September 19, 2017

Colorado News Coloradans Sound Off On How VW Settlement $$ Should Be Spent
KCNC CBS 4 – September 18, 2017

Energy Codes Are Life Safety Codes
Builder Online – September 1, 2017

Colorado eyes greener-powered travel with Volkswagen settlement
Colorado Statesman/ Colorado Politics – August 29, 2017

Energy transparency ordinance will benefit our economy and health
Salt Lake Tribune – August 27, 2017

APS electricity bills going up as rate increase is approved
Arizona Republic – August 15, 2017

Utility regulators to vote on APS rate hike Tuesday
Arizona Republic – August 12, 2017

Streetsblog Denver
Colorado Taxes and Fees Only Cover Half of What Colorado Spends on Roads – July 28, 2017

What will it take to reach the climate change goals set by Gov. Hickenlooper?
Colorado Independent – July 20, 2017

To Beat Congestion, Colorado Can’t Rely on the Same Bag of Road Expansion Tricks
Streets Blog Denver – July 17, 2017

Tolling on an existing I-25 lane is one way to stretch Colorado’s transportation dollars
Colorado Politics/ Colorado Statesman – July 17, 2017

New Laws to Change Energy in Nevada
KTVN Ch. 2 News Reno, NV – June 30, 2017

Changing how Coloradans pay for electricity: Hearings Wednesday on Xcel smart meters, revenue
Denver Business Journal – June 20, 2017

Some businesses left in the dark by TEP
KVOA Ch. 4 Tucson – June 13, 2017

Settlement Money Could Fund Electric School Buses in Nevada
KTVN Ch. 2 News Reno, NV – May 31, 2017

Tucson Electric Power halts energy-efficiency rebate for businesses
Tucson, Arizona Daily Star – May 29, 2017

Electric School Bus at Nevada Legislative May 22 and May 23
This Is Reno web news – May 21, 2017

How Hogle Zoo visitors can get discounts on electric vehicles and bikes
KUCW ABC4/Good4Utah – May 1, 2017

Electric Vehicles: Koch Group Opposed Clean Car Perk and Lost
Energy and Environment Climate Wire – April 27, 2017

Nevada Senate clears trio of energy bills on storage, efficiency, utility planning
Utility Dive – April 26, 2017

State energy-efficiency-program renewal faces main legislative hurdle Thursday
Colorado Statesman – April 19, 2017

Energy forum focuses on education, community engagement
KOLO-Ch.8 – March 23, 2017

APS rate hike has critical flaws, consumer groups say
Arizona Republic – March 23, 2017

Breaking Down What the State Transport Bill Does for Walking, Biking, and Transit
Streets Blog Denver – March 10, 2017

Colorado transportation bill gets criticism from conservatives, praise from business groups
Denver Business Journaln – March 9, 2017

Push for public transit goes to rural towns
Cortez Journal – March 1, 2017

Face the State: Electric Vehicles in Nevada
KTVN – February 11, 2017

Study: Public transit getting left by the roadside in Colorado
Colorado Politics – February 3, 2017

Clean energy legislation to be discussed in next session
KOLO-Channel 8 – January 20, 2017

City Supports Clean Energy Initiatives
This is Reno – January 15, 2017

Colorado to collaborate with Utah, Nevada on electric-vehicle charging network
Denver Business Journal – December 21, 2016

Where new clean energy jobs may be created and why Nevada lawmakers will play a role
KRNV-Channel 4 – December 9, 2016

Parker’s emphasis on efficiency earns recognition
Parker Chronicle – November 29, 2016

SWEEP Advances Energy Efficiency Programs in Six States Programs Help Consumers Save $6 Billion
Sustainable City Network online – November 16, 2016

Benefits Add Up: Southwest Utilities Show Efficiency Benefits
Public Utilities Fortnightly – November 9, 2016

How Should Colorado Spend $61M from Volkswagen Settlement?
Denver Business Journal – November 8, 2016

New Mexico May Get $16.9M from Volkswagen Settlement
Santa Fe New Mexican – October 23, 2016

Advocates Challenge States to Use VW Funds to Boost Electric Vehicle Use
Cronkite News – October 20, 2016

Colorado’s Share of Volkswagen Emission Settlement: $61M
The Denver Post – October 19, 2016

Everything You Need to Know About the Energy Code
Green Builder Magazine online – October 13, 2016

5 Takeaways: Task Force Pushes for Net Metering, Energy Efficiency, Consumer Protection
Las Vegas Sun – October 6, 2016

Clean Energy? The Best is What You Don’t Use
The Deseret News – August 19, 2016

Report: Colorado Should Spend $1B More a Year On Transit, Bikes and Sidewalks
Colorado Public Radio – August 18, 2016

How Energy Efficient Is Your Home? Utah Moves to Energy Ratings Option
The Deseret News – August 12, 2016

Group Calls for More Inclusion in Nevada Energy Policymaking
Reno Public Radio KUNR – July 21, 2016

APS’ plans to increase reliance on natural gas draw questions
Arizona Republic – July 18, 2016

Xcel’s New Energy Bill
The Denver Post – May 29, 2016

The States Where It Pays to Buy a New Electric Car
The Washington Post – May 24, 2016

Buying an Electric Car in Colorado Just Got $5,000 Cheaper
The Denver Post – May 17, 2016

Coloradans Get A Screaming Deal on New Electric Cars
Colorado Public Radio – April 15, 2016

SWEEP Says Utilities are Embedding Energy Experts in Customer Orgs
Energy Manager Today – April 7, 2016

Is Group Buying the Key to Boosting Electric Vehicle Adoption?
Green Car Reports – April 1, 2016

Rural Electric Cooperatives Mixed on Energy Efficiency Performance
Intelligent Utility – March 24, 2016

You Can’t Manage Energy Use without a Manager
Facility Executive – March 14, 2016

Denver’s New Building Code Requires Garages to Support Electric Vehicles
The Denver Post – March 9, 2016

Utility Streetlight Retrofits: Getting to “Yes” with Cities and Neighborhoods
Public Utilities Fortnightly – March 7, 2016

NV Energy Wants More Efficiency, But Regulators Cut Programs
Energy Efficiency Markets – February 15, 2016

Regulators Cut Funding for Efficiency Programs in Nevada
Greentech Media – January 25, 2016

Rebates for LED Lights, Energy Efficient Equipment in Jeopardy
Las Vegas Sun – January 20, 2016

Will Toor Urges Boulder to Make Electric Vehicles a Priority
Boulder Daily Camera – January 10, 2016

Utility Regulators Criticized for Cutting Energy Efficiency Programs
Las Vegas Review-Journal – December 22, 2015

A Drop in the Bucket
Boulder Weekly – November 19, 2015

Why Consumer Advocates are Wary of APS’ Prepay-for-Power Program
Arizona Republic – November 18, 2015

Arizona Shutters Energy Program; Remaining Workers Fired
The Arizona Republic – November 2, 2015

NM Loses Some Spark in Newest Energy Efficiency Report
Albuquerque Business First – October 26, 2015

Despite Bright Spots, Arizona Slips to 17th in Energy-Efficiency Rank
Arizona Republic – October 22, 2015

Utahns Ditch Cars for Transit, Walking and Biking
KUER radio, Utah – October 12, 2015

Efficiency Award for Colorado Brewery
Facility Executive – October 7, 2015

Boulder Leads Nation in Quest for “Net Zero” Homes
The Denver Post & Boulder Daily Camera – October 4, 2015

Can Howard Geller Make Us Like the Broccoli of Efficiency a Little More?
Mountain Town News – September 29, 2015

Nevada Sees Triple the Projected LED Sales Due to Instant Discount
Energy Efficiency Markets – September 14, 2015

Electric Car Tax Wording Leads to Loophole in Fee
Wyoming Tribune Eagle – August 27, 2015

Report Predicts Decrease in Driving in Tucson
Arizona Public Media – August 19, 2015

Plan to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions Affects Environment, Economy—And Cost of Power
Arizona Republic – August 7, 2015

What the Clean Power Plan Means for Wyoming
Casper Star-Tribune – August 5, 2015

State Says PNM Plan Puts It in Position to Meet New EPA Rules
Santa Fe New Mexican – August 3, 2015

Clean Power Plan Wants Colorado to Cut CO2 Emissions by 28 Percent
The Denver Post – August 3, 2015

EPAs Clean Power Plan Draws Utah Criticism and Praise
Deseret News – August 3, 2015

Companies Charge Ahead with EV Incentives
BizWest – July 24, 2015

Marijuana-growing spikes Denver electric demand, challenges clean-power plan
Denver Post – July 10, 2015

How Much Electricity Does It Take To Grow Marijuana? Colo. Cities Are Finding Out
Colorado Public Radio – July 10, 2015

Latest building codes bill too slow to help air, homeowners critics say
Deseret News – July 1, 2015

Tucson Electric looks to expand efficiency programs
Arizona Daily Star – June 21, 2015

Denver Cracks Energy List
The Denver Post – May 22, 2015

$3.5 Billion Colorado Highway Bonding Bill Dies
Denver Business Journal – May 5, 2015

Zapped: Legislature Kills Bill Urging NV Energy to Expand Consumer Incentive Offerings
Las Vegas Sun – April 14, 2015

Denver Mass Transit Costs Can Be Tough Even Before Rate Increases
The Denver Post – February 26, 2015

Arizonans Driving Less Year Over Year
KJZZ Public Radio – February 20, 2015

The New Renewables are Recycled Energy Technologies
Clean Technica – January 17, 2015

Manufacturers to Receive Xcel Incentives for Waste Heat Electricity
BizWest Media – January 15, 2015

Polluting electric vehicles? Groups say that’s not true for Wasatch Front
Deseret News – January 3, 2015

Electric Cars A Win for the Environment, Supporters Say
Denver Business Journal – December 23, 2014

Arizona’s Approach to Energy Efficiency Programs is Conservative
Arizona Republic – November 14, 2014

Energy efficiency programs that could be cut have helped thousands of consumers
Arizona Republic – November 14, 2014

Regulators Mull Scrapping Energy-Saving Goals
Arizona Daily Star – November 8, 2014

Why Would Corp. Commission Want to Give $9Billion to APS etc?
Arizona Republic – November 7, 2014

Arizona Energy Saving Programs in Jeopardy
Arizona Republic – November 6, 2014

Arizona Ranks High in Energy Efficiency
KJZZ Arizona Public Radio – October 31, 2014

Horizon TV Episode on Arizona Energy Efficiency
Horizon Public Broadcasting System – October 27, 2014

Arizona Ranks 15th in Energy Efficiency
Arizona Star – October 24, 2014

Utah Improves Score in National Rankings on Energy Efficiency
The Deseret News – October 24, 2014

The Electric Vehicle Revolution Hits Utah
KUTV Channel 2 – October 16, 2014

Bus Rapid Transit on Colfax Makes Sense
The Denver Post – October 16, 2014

Electric Car Report: Nevada Needs to Do More
Las Vegas Review Journal – September 21, 2014

Las Vegas Recognizes National Electric Drive Week
Fox5 Las Vegas TV News – September 17, 2014

Nevada Needs to Do More to Promote Electric Vehicles
KNPR Public Radio – September 16, 2014

Nevada Utility Leads the Way on Electric Vehicles
CleanTechnica – September 3, 2014

NV Legislative Committee Proposes Bill to Set Energy Efficiency Goals
NBC TV MyNews3 KSNV – July 26, 2014

Policy Group Proposes Energy Savings
Las Vegas Review-Journal – July 24, 2014

Colorado Non-Profit, Utility Partner for Efficiency
Intelligent Utility – May 7, 2014

Don’t Retreat on Xcel Energy Efficiency Goals
The Denver Post – May 5, 2014

Utah Gets Favorable Grade for Electric Vehicles
The Deseret News – April 28, 2014

Patti Case: Helping Businesses Go Green
Utah Business – April 10, 2014

Bipartisan Show of Hands for Clean Vehicles in Utah
The Deseret News – March 20, 2014

Reader View: Energy Efficiency Smart for Businesses
Santa Fe New Mexican – March 19, 2014

Xcel Tries to Generate Efficiency Among Customers
The Denver Post – February 3, 2014

Utilities Putting Energy Into Efficiency
Northern Colorado Business Report – December 27, 2013

Is Your House A Prius, a Malibu or a Hummer
Wall Street Journal blog – November 12, 2013

AZ Finishes 12th in National Ranking on Energy Efficiency Policies
Arizona Capitol Times – November 7, 2013

Las Vegas School District Saves $12,500 Per Day from Lighting Retrofit
Energy Manager Today – October 29, 2013

Transit System Pumps $2.1 Million into Local Economy
Grand Junction Daily Sentinel – October 23, 2013

Transfort Bus System Lauded by State Association, Study
The Coloradoan – October 14, 2013

Building Better Energy Efficiency
AZ Republic – September 29, 2013

Electric Vehicles Touted in AZ on Plug In Weekend
Arizona Star – September 27, 2013

Can Electric Cars Jolt Nevada’s Economy?
Reno Gazette-Journal – September 14, 2013

Plugging In
The Denver Post – August 11, 2013

Commission Reviews Merits for Electric Vehicles
Deseret News – August 8, 2013

Advocating for Electric Cars in Utah
KCPW Radio, broadcast – August 8, 2013

New Report Touts the Benefits of Electric Automobiles
Las Vegas Review-Journal – July 29, 2013

Presidential Climate Change Plan Could Have Big Impacts in AZ
Phoenix Business Journal – June 25, 2013

Las Vegas Should Stick with Its Energy Code
Las Vegas Sun – June 4, 2013

Business Energy Savings All About the Bulbs
Denver Business Journal – May 24, 2013

Colorado Beats 5 Southwest States in Support of Electric Vehicles
Denver Business Journal – May 15, 2013

Customers Can’t Avoid Cost Bump in TEP Deal
Tucson Daily Star – May 12, 2013

SB48: Colorado Road Money Can Now Be Spent on Transit, Bike and Ped Projects
The Denver Post – May 6, 2013

Bill in Legislature Would Cut Loopholes from Nevada’s RPS
Las Vegas Sun – May 6, 2013

In Colorado, a Big Legal Victory for Active Transportation Funding – April 26, 2013

Earth Week: The smart economics of going green
Santa Fe New Mexican – April 20, 2013

Fort Collins: Striving for energy sustainability
Intelligent Utility – March 21, 2013

Collaborative Aims to Boost Momentum for Home Energy Efficiency Upgrades in the Southwest
Home Energy: The Home Performance Magazine – February 26, 2013

County leads charge for future electric vehicle owners
County News (National Association of Counties) – February 11, 2013

Electric Vehicle Wiring Requirement for New Homes in Boulder County
Colorado Energy News – January 8, 2013

The Gift of Energy Efficiency
Las Vegas Sun – December 18, 2012

Saving energy & helping troubled NV kids
Public News Service – December 12, 2012

Nonprofit Energy Grant Lights up Lives at Boys Town Nevada, SWEEP Says – December 11, 2012

Saving Billions with Energy Efficiency
Arizona Public Broadcasting Service – November 20, 2012

John Ascuaga’s Nugget finds that new lighting also pays benefits with cooling efficiencies
Northern Nevada Business Weekly – November 19, 2012

Pima County recognized for energy-efficiency leadership
Tucson Citizen – October 25, 2012

Pricey electric car is a draw, but officials want to tap Colorado’s natural gas
Denver Post – October 23, 2012

The 20-Billion Dollar Bonanza Internet Talk Radio – October 17, 2012

Key to Job Creation Could Be Found in Energy
KTVN Channel 2 News – Reno, NV – October 17, 2012

Study Shows Utah Could Save Twice as Much with Energy Efficiency Programs
KUER 90.1 Radio – Salt Lake City, UT – October 14, 2012

Arizona posts sharp improvement in energy efficiency policies, report says
Cronkite News Online – October 4, 2012

Transforming Transportation Internet Talk Radio – June 22, 2012

Colorado energy efficiency law: a kilowatt saved, a kilowatt earned
Denver Post – June 8, 2012

Refrigerator recycling faces chill
Reno Gazette-Journal – March 13, 2012

Green Talk Radio: New Mexico Building Codes
KTRC 1260 AM Radio – May 14, 2011

Top Ten Highlights of Cleantech in Arizona
CleanTechies Blog – March 14, 2011