The renewable energy market in Colorado, and the nation, is strong and growing. Will it stay that way with a fossil-fuel-focused president?
Colorado ranks ninth nationally for solar jobs, according to a census by The Solar Foundation.
Most imported solar modules will face an immediate tariff of 30 percent, with the rate declining before phasing out after four years.
Colorado has nearly 200,000 homes powered by solar, and about 6,000 people working in the industry.
From 100 renewable energy goals, to electric cars and even the race for governor, green energy may be on the tip of our tongues this year.
Tax policy changes that affect the renewable industry draw close scrutiny in Colorado.
The ITC’s move to uphold a complaint from two manufacturers has opened the door for the Trump administration to possibly erect trade barriers on solar panel imports.
The 2017 Solar Decathlon pits student teams from around the world, showcasing innovative solar home technology. It's on display near DIA.
Aspen set the 100 percent renewable goal in 2006 as part of its Canary Initiative, a climate action plan aimed at reducing the city’s carbon footprint 30 percent by 2020.
The authors of a new paper in The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences say that to get to zero emissions, the country should look beyond wind, solar and hydropower.