July 25 -- Wind power is currently making just a small, if powerful, contribution to the world’s energy mix — just 3 percent, meaning it’s still no match for oil and gas. But according to industry analysts, it’s headed for a major upswing, and the worldwide supply of wind energy will more than double in the next five years.
If every Colorado business leader who stands to benefit from the new Clean Power Plan shows up at next week's doubleheader listening sessions at the Environmental Protection Agency's Wynkoop Street offices, the agency would have to move the event a few blocks away to Coors Field.
The daylong, back-to-back listening sessions, scheduled for July 29 and 30, give Coloradans a unique opportunity to weigh in on the most serious effort in U.S. history to combat the growing threat climate change poses to our economy. Denver is one of just four cities — and the only one west of Atlanta — where these listening sessions are being held. >>View Article