Vestas announces new contracts to supply wind turbines, and puts out a call for new workers at its Colorado blade and nacelle factories.
Two Coloradans made themselves a tiny house, and now they’re sharing a story of learning to build, and live, small.
The U.S.’s first auction of solar rights on public lands, in two Colorado “solar zones,” fails to turn up any bidders, leading to much speculation as to why.
EarthTechling interviewed founder James Welch Mitchell to learn how Renewablue is helping Coloradans embrace clean energy technologies for less.
The first electric vehicle aggregation system controls five DC fast-charge stations and helps reduce grid dependence at Colorado’s Fort Carson.
The Obama administration says parcels in two solar energy zones in Colorado will be the first that will go up for competitive lease auction.
Xcel, Colorado’s largest electricity provider, is seeking net-metering changes that could undervalue solar’s grid benefits and slow its growth.
The system is expected to save the 119 year-old building $100,000 in heating and cooling costs in the first year alone.
Gov. John Hickenlooper signs a bill that doubles renewable energy requirements for many rural Colorado electricity providers.
A biofuel project, if approved by the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, would turn excess biomass and beetle-killed timber into electricity.
Looking to crank up sales after a very rough patch, Vestas turns to a Colorado factory to produce a new generation of wind blades.