The Blue Bird Vision bus is an environmentally sustainable method, replacing a 30-year-old diesel bus that was scrapped last year. It has a 71-passenger capacity, 120-mile travel range and 160-kilowatt-hour battery package.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is warning residents and pet stores about a product that has been found carrying an invasive mussel species in Colorado pet stores.
The most-visited state park in Colorado is about to get even bigger next month, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
The plant was originally expected to cost $680 million to bring online, but overshot its budget to $784 million, with an additional $72 million the last 10 years.
When it was proposed in 2004, Comanche 3 was expected to operate until 2070.
The plant, however, has dealt with those performance issues at the same time it has faced the consequential economics of green energy and the environmental heckles of generating electricity with coal.
Xcel has amended its timeline to 2040, when it will phase out the use of coal, according to an announcement of its plans to shift to renewable energy last week.
Colorado’s Oil & Gas Commission this week started the process for changing the rules regarding the financial obligations drilling companies must comply with to clean up “orphan wells.”
The legislative package passed by a mostly party-line vote of 227-200, with eight Republicans voting for it and one Democrat voting against it.
Xcel Energy is putting renewable energy at the forefront of its Clean Energy Plan for Colorado, announcing details about its goals during a conference Wednesday.
Recent storms bolstered the state's snowpack after a largely dry January and slightly alleviated the drought, but the long-term forecast for the spring shows a return to dry conditions, the state climatologist reported.
While Colorado’s bark beetle infestations have slowed down, they continued to spread throughout the state’s forests in 2020, according to results from the aerial detection survey released Tuesday.
For generations, coal has been a constant in this northwestern Colorado city. But by 2030, the Craig Station stacks will go quiet as Colorado shifts to renewable energy.
The “Recharge Where You Recharge” initiative is based on the notion that allowing drivers to charge their vehicles while they enjoy the state’s parks and open spaces would alleviate their fears of running out of fuel during their trip — known as “range anxiety.”
With Colorado coming out of its second worst drought year since 2002 and with scant expectations for a better 2021, the state’s public agency that deals with wildfires is hoping a California solution could help tamp down the biggest wildfires in the years to come.
Growing up in Arvada and embarking on family camping trips, Tammy Angel would always have a sketchbook on hand.
Although Denver was the highest ranked city in Colorado to make the list, other cities including Aurora (55) and Colorado Springs (54) were listed. Denver trailed San Francisco, Seattle, Portland and other cities in the rankings.
The lawsuit against ExxonMobil and Suncor Energy will continue in Boulder District Court after Judge Judith LaBuda denied Suncor Energy’s motion to move the case to Denver.
Bennet — along with senators from Delaware, Pennsylvania and Virginia — had bucked former President Barack Obama in 2015 by voting to authorize the pipeline. Obama ultimately vetoed that bill and then rejected the pipeline.
More than 2 out of 3 Coloradans said they were worried about the future of the environment, but the number jumped to 70% among those younger than 35.
The state’s air quality regulator does not have the authority to report lower ozone levels to the federal government by factoring in international emissions and forest fire effects, the Court of Appeals decided last week in dismissing a pro-business group’s lawsuit.
Since the Summit County reservoir was the only body of water in the state suspected of having quagga mussels, "this de-listing makes Colorado a completely negative state for both zebra and quagga mussels," according to a CPW statement Monday. Regional standards require three years of subsequent negative testing in order to re-classify the water from Suspect to Negative.
Students at Bruce Randolph School are receiving a one-time grant of more than a half-million dollars to build and manage a hydroponic farm that will be used to help them develop food skills and knowledge. Everything grown on the urban farm will be fed to students and their families.
The company agreed to pay the Navajo Nation $10 million and the state of New Mexico for $11 million in relation to the regulator-caused spill in San Juan County near Durango.