Colorado Legislators Pass Four Bills to Reduce Building Emissions, Cut Utility Costs

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Denver, Colorado (June 8, 2021) — Colorado legislators passed three bills today and four total this session to help Coloradans cut energy waste and power their homes and businesses with clean electricity. In addition to reducing utility bills, cutting down on indoor air pollution, and creating family-sustaining jobs in the buildings sector, these bills represent… Read more »




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New Mexico Attorney General, Conservation and Community Groups Ask State Utility Regulators to Accept Climate Change as a Scientific Fact

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Santa Fe, New Mexico (June 3, 2021) – New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas, along with conservation and community groups, today filed a motion requesting that the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (PRC) recognize the scientific consensus on climate change. Specifically, the motion would have the commission acknowledge that climate change is caused by human… Read more »





Western Resource Advocates: ACC’s Vote on Energy Rules Update Sets Promising Interim Target But Falls Far Short on Overall Climate Action

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Phoenix, Arizona (May 26, 2021) – Western Resource Advocates today commented on the Arizona Corporation Commission’s (ACC’s) approval of an Energy Rules update that would require the state’s electric utilities to reduce carbon emissions 50% by 2032 and 100% by 2070: “This ACC commitment to have Arizona’s utilities achieve a 50% carbon-dioxide emissions reduction by… Read more »