A major utility company is making history. Xcel Energy, Colorado’s largest utility company, has pledged to go completely carbon-free by 2050. The company serves eight states, and its ambitious new carbon reduction goal far exceeds its current target of a 60 percent reduction in Colorado by 2026.
Most recently, Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced his One Minnesota Path to Clean Energy proposal, asking the state to “go 100 percent carbon free.” One of the most ambitious clean energy laws in the U.
In early December, Xcel Energy, a sprawling utility that provides electricity to customers in eight states, including Colorado and New Mexico, announced that it planned to go carbon-free by 2050.
Colorado Gov Polis unveils roadmap to 100% renewables by 2040, signs 11 clean energy bills. colorado’s auto companies say they’ll be able to go beyond what the rule would require if the process.
Colorado’s auto companies say they’ll be able to go beyond what the rule would require if the process is voluntary. "They’re trying to get the governor’s office. and the air quality control commission to not adopt the [zero emissions vehicle (ZEV)] rule and say they’ll voluntarily go beyond that," said Gilchrist.
The energy world got some big news in December: Xcel Energy, one of the biggest utilities in the US, committed to going completely carbon-free by 2050 (and 80 percent carbon-free by 2030). Xcel.
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A major utility company is making history. Xcel Energy, Colorado’s largest utility company, has pledged to go completely carbon-free by 2050. The company serves eight states, and its ambitious.