Ready for a paradigm shift? Not since the invention of the horseless carriage and the electric light bulb have Americans faced such radical ch…
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Colorado Springs Utilities’ purchase of six natural gas-powered turbines signal the beginning of the end for the Martin Drake Power Plant.
Springs tech accelerator Exponential Impact has won $50,000 in prize funding from the US Department of Energy: Energy Program for Innovation C…
Colorado Springs City Council, acting as the Colorado Springs Utilities Board, approved at its June 17 meeting a new energy vision that will serve as the guiding principle for planning for the city’s future needs. The energy vision states that the utility will “provide resilient, reliable and cost-effective energy that is environmentally sustainable, reduces our […]
The issue: While efforts are underway to clean up our environment, we need to do more. What we think: Colorado Springs should borrow best practices from other communities, and citizens need to step up. Tell us what you think: Send us an email at email@example.com. As we bid adieu to yet another Earth Day, we […]
What’s renewable energy — and what isn’t? Those two questions became critically important to senior officials of Colorado Springs Utilities when a voter-approved initiative in 2004 required that electric utilities derive a certain percentage of their retail electricity sales from renewable sources. Currently, municipally owned electric utilities in Colorado serving more than 40,000 customers must […]