Colorado adopts slate of new laws that will lower greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality
DENVER, Friday, June 9, 2023 - Governor Polis recently signed into law a series of bills passed by the Colorado legislature that build on the state’s commitment to an equitable transition to a low-carbon economy through robust policies and targeted funding. Read the press release.
Colorado Energy Office Launches New Benchmarking Program - Building Performance Colorado
The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) has launched a new statewide benchmarking program and website, Building Performance Colorado (BPC). This program aims to increase energy efficiency and decrease greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the building sector, and save Coloradans money by reducing energy costs.
New Building Code Helpline Supports Colorado Jurisdictions
The Colorado Energy Office created a free Code Helpline to assist jurisdictions with questions about building code requirements and reach codes.
Colorado EV Fast-Charging Corridors
The Colorado Energy Office has partnered with ChargePoint to build EV fast-charging stations along the state's major transportation corridors. The stations will be located in communities at 34 sites across six Colorado corridors - and several locations are now open! Find more info and a map of locations here.
Colorado Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Roadmap
In January 2021, Governor Polis and his administration released the Colorado Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Roadmap - find the Roadmap and supporting information here.
DENVER - Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022 - The Polis administration and the Colorado Energy Office (CEO) today released a new study, Pathways to Energy Affordability in Colorado . Authored for CEO by Physicians, Scientists, and Engineers for Healthy Energy (PSE Healthy Energy) and the Institute for Energy
[PRESS RELEASE] The State of Colorado Carbon Capture, Utilization and Sequestration (CCUS) Task Force, in coordination with the Colorado School of Mines, today released recommendations that address the role carbon capture could have in meeting state climate goals and policies that would enable CCUS projects.
[BLOG POST] The Colorado Transportation Commission just approved a nation-leading rule that will help steer transportation planning towards investments that help the state meet its ambitious climate change goals and achieve numerous co-benefits for Coloradans━CEO's Kelly Blynn walks us through how this rule works, why it matters and what comes next.
[BLOG POST] Governor Polis has proposed over half a billion dollars of one time investments in air quality and climate action━CEO Executive Director Will Toor walks us through these transformational investments that build on the robust action the state has taken over the last three years.