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Colorado Senate dismisses a proposal to halt new oil and gas projects by 2030

Colorado Senate dismisses a proposal to halt new oil and gas projects by 2030

A bid to end oil and gas drilling by 2030 fails after a marathon session in Colorado's Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee

Chase Woodruff reports for Colorado Newsline.

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Environmental groups want EPA to block state permit for western Colorado coal mine
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Environmental groups want EPA to block state permit for western Colorado coal mine

The EPA was asked to intervene in state air-quality regulators’ decision to issue a permit to Colorado’s largest remaining coal mine.
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Colorado oil and gas regulators mull rule to address 'cumulative impacts' on climate, air quality

The rules aim to address large-scale “impacts on air quality, water quality, the climate, noise, odor, wildlife, and biological resources.”
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How microgrids could help Colorado mountain towns in the winter

San Miguel Power sees community-sized solar grids as a way for small mountain towns to keep the lights burning through storms and avalanches.

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Colorado's move against ozone pollution

Colorado's latest regulations to curb ozone pollution from the oil and gas industry are drawing mixed reactions, with some praising the effort and others arguing it falls short.

-Noelle Phillips reports for The Denver Post.

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Colorado rewrites new ozone reduction plan

Colorado’s oil and gas industry will need to reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides, which contribute to smog along the Front Range, under new rules that state air-pollution regulators are calling a bold plan.

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Xcel Energy pitches costly new clean energy plan for Colorado

Xcel Energy has a vision for Colorado’s clean energy future — one independent power producers, consumer advocates and regulators didn’t see coming — a vision that is both expensive, with a $15 billion price tag, and unparalleled in its sweep.

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