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Category: Renewable Energy :: General
Last updated: Apr 23 2018 23:45 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Donald Trump likes coal, but that doesn’t mean he’s hostile to wind 23.4.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
President Donald Trump has courted coal miners and cast doubt on whether fossils fuel contribute to climate change, but that hasn't translated into hostility for renewable energy -- particularly offshore wind.
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Colorado wind had a good year in 2017 with some big deals to report 18.4.2018 Denver Post: Business
Last year was good for Colorado's wind industry, according to the 2017 U.S. Wind Industry Annual Market Report released Tuesday.
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Bill Ritter: No such thing as a good tax? Consider a well-structured carbon tax. 13.4.2018 Denver Post: Opinion
Some types of taxes can be necessary, beneficial and fair. Now there is fresh evidence that a properly structured carbon tax is in that category.
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Five things Colorado should know about Congress’ $1.3 trillion spending package 23.3.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
Congress this week passed a massive $1.3 trillion plan to fund the federal government through Sept. 30 and tucked into that 2,232-page measure -- which President Donald Trump must sign to avoid a shutdown-- are several provisions that will have an impact on Colorado.
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Colorado’s NREL – once threatened by draconian cuts from Trump – is spared in proposed federal budget 23.3.2018 Denver Post: All Political News
Once faced with devastating cuts, a research facility in Colorado now looks as if it will emerge unscathed in the federal government’s next budget. Included in Congress’ $1.3 trillion spending plan for the rest of fiscal year is $2.3 billion for a program within the U.S. Department of Energy that provides the bulk of the funding for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden.
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India co-hosts first solar alliance meet, PM Modi says 100 GW by 2022 12.3.2018 Front Page – The Indian Express
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Renewables are competitive, so why does windy Wyoming tax its turbines? 6.2.2018 Denver Post: Opinion
Promoters of fossil fuels have long argued that wind and solar power are just too expensive and unreliable to serve as major sources of energy. Because that is no longer the case.
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The comparatively low cost of moving to 100 percent renewable energy 4.2.2018 Denver Post: Opinion
The good news about Mark Jaffe's column about moving electric generation to 100 percent renewables is that we can get to 80 percent right now.
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Trump’s State of the Union and his first year in office (5 letters) 4.2.2018 Denver Post: Opinion
Our fake president has hit another level of dishonesty, or worse. In his State of the Union speech Tuesday, he followed his smug back-patting report on the economy with his usual tirade about the "violent immigrants."
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Public asks Xcel Energy to get more aggressive in retiring coal plants 2.2.2018 Denver Post: Local
Dozens of people testified for four hours before the Colorado Public Utilities Commission Thursday evening in support of a plan to shutter two Xcel Energy coal units in Pueblo and replace them with wind, solar and natural gas sources. But the support was mostly conditional.
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Colorado’s NREL — a workhorse in national solar, wind research — faces “devastating” cuts in Trump budget proposal 1.2.2018 Denver Post: Business
The Trump administration is putting a target on renewable energy research, and a federal laboratory in Golden that’s been a longtime pioneer in solar, wind and biofuel technologies could be in the bull's-eye of its proposed budget cuts.
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White House seeks 72 percent cut to clean energy research, underscoring administration’s preference for fossil fuels 1.2.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
The Trump administration is poised to ask Congress for deep budget cuts to the Energy Department's renewable energy and energy efficiency programs, slashing them by 72 percent overall in fiscal 2019, according to draft budget documents obtained by The Washington Post.
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There are better ways to foster solar innovation and save jobs than Trump’s tariffs 27.1.2018 Denver Post: Opinion
President Donald Trump’s decision to impose punitive duties on imported solar panels and related equipment is rankling most of the industry.
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The solar industry braces for impact after Trump tariffs 23.1.2018 High Country News Most Recent
Analysts say the import fees will increase costs and halt hiring in the industry.
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Trump aims at China with tariffs on solar panels, a move Colorado industry says could cost 2,000 jobs 23.1.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
In the biggest blow he's dealt to the renewable energy industry yet, President Donald Trump decided on Monday to slap tariffs on imported solar panels.
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Fort Collins energy firm that uses rice husks to power remote villages attracts $20 million from Shell’s venture arm 18.1.2018 Denver Post: Business
Husk Power Systems is using a mix of solar energy, battery and a biomass gasifier that uses rice husks as fuel. Each decentralized micro energy grid can power 250 to 300 users at time.
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Xcel Energy receives shockingly low bids for Colorado electricity from renewable sources 17.1.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
Renewable energy developers have offered to supply Xcel Energy with electricity at the lowest prices quoted in the U.S., including options including energy storage priced below what coal-generated power in the state costs.
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To generate solar power & save Rs 91 lakh a year, PMC identifies 14 civic buildings 17.1.2018 Pune – The Indian Express
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Could Colorado’s green energy debate go big in 2018? 14.1.2018 Denver Post: All Political News
Brian Bagley isn't the first person that comes to mind when you picture a wind or solar advocate. The 40-something Longmont mayor has a concealed carry permit and wears cowboy boots. Four antique shotguns hang on the walls of his law practice. He's a former registered Republican, but switched to independent for the 2016 election.
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The Colorado Energy Office averted a shutdown. Now it looks to avoid repeat of last session’s funding stalemate 7.1.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
In the six months since the Colorado Energy Office's state funding expired in a bitter political stalemate a total shutdown never came to pass. But in an ironic twist, the federal dollars that kept the $3.1 million office running can't be spent on what Republicans were fighting to see more of.
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