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Front Range Change

The story of the transition away from coal toward natural gas and renewable energy in Colorado. A...

Tri-State retires Nucla Station

Tri-State Generation and Transmission officially retired its Nucla Station on Thursday after it used up the last of its coal supply last...

Hold on to your seats (and wallets) – Climate initiatives will...

Regulators and citizens alike are almost breathless viewing the changes facing Colorado as a result of recent climate actions taken by the Governor and...

Legislative News – June 2019

The legislature adjourned and left town while the Governor continued to sign bills in order to meet the June 2 deadline (30 days...

Polis signs suite of climate, energy bills

Gov. Jared Polis on Thursday signed several bills addressing climate and energy in the state as he unveiled what he's calling a...

First Vanadium says Nevada project resource estimate exceeds expectations

Canada’s First Vanadium (TSX-V: FVAN) has published indicated mineral resources for its Nevada-based Carlin project, considered the largest, highest grade primary vanadium...

Colorado democrats advance climate bill, unveil “Just Transition” plan

Colorado lawmakers are one step closer to approving climate-change legislation that would set ambitious new targets for the state's efforts to reduce...

Energy Fuels provides update on vanadium production

Energy Fuels Inc. (NYSE American: UUUU; TSX: EFR) (“Energy Fuels” or the “Company”), a leading producer of uranium and vanadium in the United States,...

Legislative News – April 2019

Legislative Update: Legislature in Final Quarter Even as it continues to introduce new bills, the General Assembly approaches its final 32 days of the session....

Under Trump, you can drill on public land for $1.50 per...

New York Times: "Opinion: Your Public Lands Are Killing You" — "Out in the way beyond, the open land on the far side of...
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