Energy policy predictions

There are no accurate crystal balls when it comes to predicting the future of energy policy under the administration of the new president. But given the cabinet appointees to key positions dealing with energy regulation, some prognosticators think they have an idea of what could happen. Read More

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National Western Center receives DOE, Xcel support

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s Office of the National Western Center has been accepted into two energy programs designed to help with the visionary transformation of the landmark National Western Complex and Denver Coliseum into a world-class hub for agriculture and innovation that also helps revitalize several surrounding neighborhoods. Read More

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U.S. invests more in global clean-energy efforts

From 2010-15, the United States has underscored its commitment to a worldwide transition to a clean-energy economy with more than $11 billion in investments — including grants, project-development financing and export credit — aimed at helping other countries meet their expanding energy needs at the same time they reduce carbon emissions. The U.S. also has ramped up its own energy research and development with the goal of lowering the costs of clean-energy technologies and making clean energy more affordable and reliable around the globe. Read More