Will the the bottom drop out for coal in 2016, or will the slow decline continue?
In 40 states, use of coal as a power source (as a share of all power sources) has dropped since 2004. Many of these states are increasingly relying on natural gas instead.
High demand from Fort Collins residents means that a new community solar array in the city will nearly double in size.
- The company has said orders for wind turbines are expected to pick up dramatically in the U.S. as demand for renewable energy increases and electrical production improves.Read more
- Colorado and other states could be generating more wind power in the coming decades. But a federal report says the industry needs more tools and new strategies for growth.Read more
- She said her departure has long been planned, but was delayed by the controversy between communities and industry over fracking.Read more
- Experts say that the county is reliant on oil revenues.Read more