By 2030, Colorado hopes to have nearly a million electric vehicles on the road. But to fuel them cheaply will require an ample supply of renewable energy. That’s the fundamental challenge being explored by Charging Perks, an Xcel Energy’s pilot program.
A discovery by a CU PhD Student may be the first step toward solving a key problem involved in harnessing and reusing energy expelled from the earth. “What I have done is prove a theory in a physical concept,” said PhD student Amina Belkadi. “Everything else is for others to do,”
To maintain some semblance of representative government, the system relies upon advocacy organizations to speak for segments of society and weigh-in on the potential impacts of policies and/or regulations. Many of these […]
Colorado fruit growers are celebrated for producing some of the most delectable peaches and cherries in the world. Grown on the Western Slope, the state’s stone fruits are known for their sweetness thanks to sunny days, cool nights and a soil full of minerals.
Still, even if the days are sunny, the business can be tough.