Between 2013 and 2019, state-level decisionmakers enacted transformative energy policies.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden facilitated the donation of the equipment to CSU - one of the only electrolyzer stations in the U.S. that will generate hydrogen on-site by splitting water molecules using electricity.
“Generally speaking,” Zimmerle, “something like half or more of the emissions come from a small percentage of the emitters.” (Houston Chronicle)
Atmospheric scientists at CSU found black carbon is not as important as previously thought for ice particle formation in mid-level clouds, the clouds most responsible for precipitation over continents.
The two-day virtual workshop will delve into the rapidly evolving science around how the virus spreads.
Mechanical engineers at CSU are working to make propane engines as energy efficient and cost effective as diesel.
The effort was a response to Colorado Gov. Jared Polis' Innovation Task Force charged with developing rapidly deployable solutions to address COVID-19.
They've received a grant from the Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute under the COVID-19-Related Research Pilot program.
Colorado State University is leading efforts to test all imported and locally manufactured personal protective equipment for the state to make sure they meet standards (Colorado Sun).