- Connecting Colorado's Renewable Resources to the Markets
- Colorado Climate Action Plan
- Colorado Geothermal Development Strategic Plan
- Deploying Smart Grid in Colorado
- Colorado's 30% Renewable Energy Standard
- Colorado Photovoltaic Solar Development Considerations
- Careers for Colorado's New Energy Economy
- Colorado Building & Energy Codes Survey Results
- Colorado's Prospects for Interstate Commerce in Renewable Power
- Workbook for Local Government Energy and Environmental Sustainability
Governor's Energy Office
A story in today's Denver Post reports that new legislation is being offered to change the name of the Governor's Energy Office to the Colorado Energy Office, and will remove Governor Ritter's phrase "New Energy Economy" from state law. Proponents of the bill say this change will allow the office to focus on all kinds of energy, not just "new" energy sources. Opponents say the change "diminish[es Colorado's] brand" as a renewable energy leader. Whatever name the office goes by, our library has collected (and will continue to collect) the many resources published by this office. Some of the recent GEO publications available in our library include:
By Amy Zimmer - March 29, 2012
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At our library we often get questions about where to find a listing of salaries for state-funded university faculty and staff. Many univers...
January 21 has been designated Squirrel Appreciation Day (I don't make this stuff up). The cute, fuzzy creatures with their amusing acr...
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Colorado's state-funded colleges and universities support veterans and active-duty servicemembers in a variety of ways, from tuition b...