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New report ranks Denver #10 in nation for solar power as state regulators examine how to value distributed solar
Solar-powered auto body shop joins Environment Colorado to call for more solar

Today, Environment Colorado released a new report: “Shining Cities: At the Forefront of America’s Solar Energy Revolution”, a first-of-its kind comparison of the growth of solar in major American cities. The report ranks Denver 10th in the nation for installed solar as well as in solar capacity per capita. Environment Colorado was joined at Mancinelli’s Auto Repair Center by Mary Beth Susman, President of the Denver City Council; Rebecca Cantwell, Senior Program Director with COSEIA, the Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association; and Steve Mancinelli, owner of 100% solar-powered auto body shop Mancinelli’s Auto Repair Center, to discuss ways to keep Denver and the rest of Colorado at the forefront of solar energy development.

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News Release | Environment Colorado

Environment Colorado endorses Betsy Markey for 4th Congressional District

Commitment to clean energy key for group making endorsement

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News Release | Environment Colorado

With country in energy "crisis," Coloradans have a clear choice with Udall

Udall’s commitment to clean energy spurs Environment Colorado’s endorsement in U.S. Senate race

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News Release | Environment Colorado

Colorado Puts Green Foot on the Gas

Gov. Ritter's announcement that Colorado joined the EcoDrive program put’s everything in gear to save money for Coloradans and cut global warming pollution, but we need to get moving faster.

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News Release | Environment Colorado

Colorado Wind Brings More Jobs

Colorado’s windy plains continue to be a cash crop, now for green collar jobs. Gov. Ritter’s leadership in building the New Energy Economy resulted in today’s announcement by Vestas that they are bringing more jobs to the state.

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PUC urging Tri-State to move into 21st century

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission questioned officials from Colorado’s second largest electricity provider Wednesday on their commitment to incorporating clean energy into the company’s resource plan and to realistically planning for the significant costs of climate protection.

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