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Why states are pushing ahead with clean energy despite Trump’s embrace of coal

The fact is that the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan codified where the utility industry was already going.

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Bill Ritter to highlight need for common ground, political courage in DC lecture

Ritter has received the John H. Chafee Memorial Award, which honors renowned leaders who “communicate the importance of science in environmental policy and decision making.”

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Strive for justice, reach across the aisle: Bill Ritter speaks his passion for clean energy

The former governor of Colorado delivered the President’s Community Lecture Nov. 7.

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At President’s Community Lecture, Bill Ritter will invite us to ‘power forward’

The lecture, free and open to the public, will take place Nov. 7 at 6:30 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Theatre.

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At energy symposium, DOE deputy secretary outlines tech, policy innovations

For the sixth time, the 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium, Sept. 28-29, drew academia and industry together to discuss problems and solutions spanning all energy sectors.

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Eight years of collaborative energy research nets Colorado $194M

The ‘Collaboratory,’ comprising Colorado State University, Colorado School of Mines, University of Colorado Boulder and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, was founded a decade ago as a clean energy research partnership.

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President’s Community Lecture by Robin Reid Sept. 27

International conservationist Robin Reid is the featured speaker for the President’s Community Lecture Series Sept. 27.

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Cook receives University Distinguished Professors Scholarship

Ph.D. candidate Jeffrey Cook of the Department of Political Science has been awarded this year’s University Distinguished Professors Scholarship offered to one graduate student annually.

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Former Gov. Bill Ritter, mayor, city manager to talk energy future

Former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter, director of CSU’S Center for the New Energy Economy, will join a public forum Aug. 24 on America’s energy future and how it relates to the City of Fort Collins’ Climate Action Plan.

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City of Fort Collins, Innosphere partner with CSU to host electric vehicle charging challenge

The EV challenge opens July 20. Finalists in the competition are scheduled to present at CSU’s 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium, Sept. 28-29.

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