More than a year since the Recovery Act was signed into law in Denver, it is clear that the landmark law has not overlooked the needs of children. From medical care to education, the Recovery Act has been supporting our most vulnerable children at a time when they need it the most. And this is not the end of the story. More competitive grants that will benefit children are expected to be awarded in future months., "May 6, 2010.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed March 2017)
This study has been conducted to provide an analysis of the impact of energy efficiency on the home buying process. Specifically, the purpose is to assess the impact of energy efficiency elements on the purchase decision, not to estimate property value based on the presence of energy efficient elements. This study includes the analysis of residential properties in the greater Denver metro area, which ranged in sale price from $196,000 to $1,180,000., commission by the Colorado Energy Office ; written, reviewed and vetted by Real Property Appraisers., "Author: Lisa K. Desmarais, SRA."--Page 2., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed March 2017)
"August, 1967.", "Prepared for the Planning Section of the Colorado Division of Commerce and Development and ... financed, in part, through an Urban Planning Grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development under the provisions of Section 701 of the Housing Act of 1954, as amended.", Description based on print version record.
While the potential economic and environmental benefits of CMM generated electricity are recognizable, an uncertain energy market and declining coal production impedes project development. Moreover, legal regulatory, and technical challenges make CMM project business risks and commercial feasibility difficult to assess, particularly at active mines where production can be highly variable., "Prepared by: Ruby Canyon Engineering."--Cover verso., "March 2016.", Bibliography: pages 29-30., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed April 2016)
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 appropriated money to the Department of Energy (DOE) to utilize the funding to encourage the implementation of energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. The Colorado Governor's Energy Office (GEO) was a state agency responsible for utilizing and distributing ARRA funds in Colorado. The main purpose of this Project was to evaluate the gross and net impact energy savings associated with three ARRA funding streams: the State Energy Programs grant (SEP), the State Energy Efficient Appliance Rebate Program (SEEARP), and the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant., submitted to the GEO by Nexant in partnership with Group 14 and Research Into Action., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; viewed November 2015.
Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed March 2012), Business finance -- Business development -- Colorado creative industries --Colorado Tourism Office -- International Trade Office -- Small business development centers -- Minority and women-owned business support.
The Regional Tourism Act creates a mechanism for a local government to undertake a regional tourism project to attract out-of-state visitors, to create a regional tourism zone in which the project will be built, and to create a regional tourism authority (or to designate other financing entities) with the power to receive and utilize the increment of revenues derived from the state sales tax collected in the zone, that is above a designated base amount, to be used to finance eligible improvements to the project., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed March 2017)
Energy touches the life of every Coloradan. It powers our homes and businesses, and fuels the transportation of people and goods. It affects the air we breathe and the water upon which we rely. Investing in energy resources doesn't just provide electricity, heat, and fuel -- it spurs new innovations in clean technologies and lets us harness the ingenuity of those developing Colorado's abundant natural resources. Colorado's diversity of energy resources, business-friendly environment, and world-class research institutions puts the state on a path toward a more secure energy future., Includes bibliographic references: page 29., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed March 2017)