A new study shows completely banning hydraulic fracturing in Colorado would cost the state 68,000 jobs over the first five years, and eliminate millions of dollars of state and local tax revenue.
When finished, the 900-acre facility will be home to 450,000 solar panels.
Metro State engineering students ran into skepticism when they designed the solar furnaces costing less than $50. Now they're winning converts.
Governor John Hickenlooper joined environmentalists and oil and gas industry executives to praise the state’s new air pollution regulations.
- Natural gas-fueled vehicles could boost Colorado's economy, and keep cash in driver's wallets, if the state can just shift demand into a higher gear.View slideshow