Press Releases

New report underpins critical need for charging infrastructure investment to meet Colorado’s EV and GHG pollution reduction goals

[PRESS RELEASE] A new International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) report━Colorado charging infrastructure needs to reach electric vehicle goals━analyzes the number, type, distribution and cost of chargers needed to meet Colorado’s electric vehicle (EV) and greenhouse gas (GHG) pollution reduction goals.

CEO launches resource guide for local governments to reduce GHG emissions and assist with long-term economic recovery

[PRESS RELEASE] 9/3/20 - The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) today released a resource guide for local governments which includes high-impact, low-cost strategies that communities can act on immediately to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and assist with long-term economic recovery.

Colorado’s Roadmap to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Pollution Delivers Initial Results

[PRESS RELEASE] DENVER – Thursday, Feb. 20, 2020 – To deliver on the administration’s commitment to renewable electricity and bold action to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) pollution across the economy, Governor Polis has directed state agencies to develop a comprehensive action plan during 2020 that expands upon the Polis Administration's Roadmap to 100% Renewable Energy By 2040 and Bold Climate Action released in May 2019.

Colorado Energy Office Study Finds State Could Eliminate 1.4M Metric Tons of Emissions Annually by Utilizing Renewable Natural Gas

[PRESS RELEASE] DENVER – October 25, 2019 – The Colorado Energy Office today released a Renewable Natural Gas in Transportation: Colorado Market Study that provides a preliminary assessment of Colorado’s potential to produce renewable natural gas from major organic waste sources—including landfills, wastewater, animal and food waste—for use in on-road transportation systems.