Working together in 2015, we have won victories that will cut carbon emissions; advance clean energy policies; keep clean water in rivers, streams, and lakes; and protect our most treasured landscapes.
This study provides important information to the Verde Valley community on how wells in the area impact river and stream flow and on opportunities for well users to manage their water use to help keep rivers and streams healthy.
Through an extensive information-gathering process, Colorado Springs Utilities staff developed ten portfolios of different resources and investments to represent possible futures for the Colorado Springs electric system. Planning to address key risks and changing regulations while maintaining reliable, affordable electricity is essential.
This first-of-its-kind report focuses on the extent to which water connection charges are encouraging watersaving design in new construction and landscaping before ground is broken.
Nevada is on track to achieve the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan emissions reductions
Colorado’s forward-looking energy policies have already, and will continue to, significantly reduce the state’s greenhouse gas emissions, positioning Colorado to readily meet the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan.
The Clean Power Plan gives Colorado tremendous flexibility to determine how to reduce carbon pollution, and the framework for ensuring compliance.
In this study, Western Resource Advocates evaluated the revenue-generation potential and the water, electricity, and natural gas savings that public entities can realize using performance contracting in the Colorado River Basin states.