After leaving the governor's office January 11, Bill Ritter becomes director of the Center for the New Energy Economy being created at Colorado State University. The center will build on CSU's existing programs in clean energy research and development. Ritter says his role will be taking Colorado's experience creating jobs in green energy to the rest of the country. He talks with CPR's Mike Lamp.
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