SEPA Report Captures Compelling Voices of 2016 Colorado Energy Settlement

SEPA Report Captures Compelling Voices of 2016 Colorado Energy Settlement Respect, Determination and Turkey Emojis Kept 26 Intervenors Talking Click here for the full report. WASHINGTON, D.C. --   The Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) has announced the publication of a new report, Voices From Colorado’s Global Energy Settlement, an oral history of the groundbreaking 2016 … Continue reading SEPA Report Captures Compelling Voices of 2016 Colorado Energy Settlement

Trade Case Threatens Thousands of Solar Jobs 

A solar trade case pending before the International Trade Commission poses significant risks to the entire U.S. solar industry, believes the Solar Energy Industries Association. A petition was filed by Suniva, a Chinese-owned solar company that has filed for bankruptcy,and supported by SolarWorld, a German-owned solar company. They  are requesting that the federal government impose … Continue reading Trade Case Threatens Thousands of Solar Jobs 

CO Businesses Vow to Reach Paris Climate Goals Despite Trump

DENVER - Colorado companies including Western Union, New Belgium Brewing and several ski resorts have joined hundreds of U.S. mayors, governors and chief executives, all promising to make good on the nation's commitment to reach climate goals set in Paris. A letter - including signatures from such high-profile brands as Apple, Google, Microsoft, Nestle, Target … Continue reading CO Businesses Vow to Reach Paris Climate Goals Despite Trump

Judge Recommends Decoupling for Xcel Energy

An  Administrative Law Judge recommended  granting  Xcel's  request for Revenue Decoupling for residential customers, meaning cost recovery will no longer be based on how much electricity is sold.  COSEIA hopes this decision will be good news for solar development by removing a disincentive Xcel has cited to expand solar. The commission refused Xcel's request for … Continue reading Judge Recommends Decoupling for Xcel Energy

Solar Industry Letter on the Colorado Energy Office

Today, members of the solar industry sent a letter sent a letter to Governor Hickenlooper expressing our disappointment that the legislature failed to secure funding for the Colorado Energy Office.  The Colorado Energy Office plays and important role in the state's energy ecosystem. The office is an important convener and serves as a mediator of … Continue reading Solar Industry Letter on the Colorado Energy Office