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Net Metering is a Way to Move Colorado Toward Climate Justice

Communities of color have disproportionately borne the weight of environmental injustice -- and it is no different with our electricity production system where the health and economic impacts of the processes are a particularly heavy load. Nearly 70 percent of all African-Americans live within 30 miles of coal-fired power plants like Denver's Cherokee Station, making African-Americans more likely to suffer from exposure to smog, mercury, and other harmful emissions than any other group. >>View Article 

White Paper: Monetizing Energy Security

Renewable energy offers greater lifecycle value when compared to fossil or nuclear energy, and provides a more reliable and secure resource, which ultimately lowers the actual levelized cost to US Department of Defense. >>View Article 


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