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Xcel 2021 Electric Resource Plan Study Group Meeting (2)

Clean Energy Action will  be starting an Xcel 2021 Electric Resource Plan Study Group. No charge.   First Session will be on Monday April 26, 2021 with one session at 10:30 am and one at 7 pm--Choose the time that is best for you. The sessions will cover the same information. Zoom information below.   […]

Stakeholder Engagement for State GHG Transportation Rule (2)

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Colorado state government is seeking public input on an upcoming rule to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and other air pollutants from transportation. The rule will include a GHG Pollution Standard for transportation planning, an Employee Traffic Reduction Program requirement for employers with 100+ employees in the ozone nonattainment area, and improvements to the state […]

Making Miles While the Sun Shines

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Ken Regelson — Making Miles While the Sun Shines: Why charging EVs for cheap is good for everyone’s electric bill Ken Regelson speaks on energy in clear and engaging ways to audiences of all experience levels – energy nerds to regular folk. He has a master's degree in electrical engineering, along with 21 years of […]

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AQCC Oil and Gas Public Comment and Listening Session

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On Tuesday, May 11, from 6:00-8:00pm the AQCC will have a public comment and listening session for the Oil and Gas Greenhouse Gas Rulemaking. The meeting is specifically related to feedback on the rules proposed during the March 25 meeting. More info on that meeting can be found here. Sign up to speak here. Here are some sample talking points. […]

Climate Sit-in: Lunch on the Lawn

Colorado State Capitol - West Lawn 200 E. Colfax Avenue, Denver

In January, Governor Polis released his Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Reduction Roadmap, which set state goals for greenhouse gas pollution reduction. These goals were a great first step to protecting our Colorado communities from the worst impacts of climate change, but we need accountability and a plan of action to make sure we actually meet […]