Former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter offered insight into what the ruling will and won't do.
The researchers propose a new agency, ARPA-C, that would place issues of culture and equity alongside science and technology.
The Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory will host the 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium, May 4-5 and 14.
The entire administration is mobilizing to take on the challenge from every angle in a strategic, integrated way.
A clean energy academy for state lawmakers from across the U.S., part of Colorado State University’s Center for the New Energy Economy, has its fingerprints on renewable energy and climate change legislation advancing through state legislatures nationwide.
The symposium once again illustrated the complexity of the changing energy landscape, which requires a harmonious balance of science, policy and economics to succeed.
Being held at the Denver Grand Hyatt this year, the event brings together speakers from multiple disciplines to advance the ever-broadening conversation about energy.
The center's expertise helps decisionmakers create policies that facilitate America’s transition to a clean energy economy.
Former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter, the founding director of the Center for the New Energy Economy, will be one of many CSU community members playing a role in the 2018 Fort Collins Book Festival this month.