Colorado Smart Grid Task Force as directed by Colorado Senate Bill 10-180 ; prepared for the Governor of Colorado the General Assembly, and the Colorado Public Utilities Commission., "The Smart Grid Task Force and the production of this report were facilitated by Meridian Institute."--Page 66., "This material is based on work supported by the Department of Energy under award number DE-EE0000082"--Page 66., Description based on print version record.
The benefit-pricing approach is technology neutral--it would link sourcing decisions to true social costs without favoring one technology platform over another. It is different from traditional, least-cost pricing. Under the proposed plan, generators would be financially rewarded for lowering the environmental costs that they pass on to society or for lowering the integration costs that they pass on to the bulk power provider--this would be on top of existing incentives to lower their own private generation costs. The ultimate goal is to maximize the net social benefits from electricity generation for the citizens of Colorado., Includes bibliographical references (p. 40-46), Prepared for the Colorado Governor's Energy Office by Colorado State University on December 10, 2010 in fulfillment with Grant#: 10-136.
Cover title., "Parenthetical references ... are to ... sections in the Lamm-Wirth Task Force on Rocky Flats final report of October 1, 1975.", Includes bibliographical references., Description based on print version record.
The Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) targets resources to both rural and urban areas; supports small business creation and expansion; creates initiatives that support emerging industries; assists Colorado companies in developing export markets and becoming globally competitive. A comprehensive slate of programs within OEDITs divisions work together to offer economic development services for all Colorado businesses new and expanding, traditional and emerging, small and large, including retention programs to assure continued competitiveness of Colorados economic base, and job training to keep Colorados workforce the best in the nation., administered by the Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2016)
The Colorado market for electric vehicles (EVs) has grown from 20 vehicles in 2011 to more than 3,100 in early 2014. In order to advance continued growth of EVs in Colorado, there are a number of market barriers that must be addressed through strategic policy and programmatic solutions. Some basic obstacles that the EV market faces include driver concerns related to vehicle range, convenience of charging, up-front higher costs, and performance. Consumers are also apprehensive about the availability of charging stations, including the number of publicly accessible locations, the availability of charging opportunities at their places of work, and a lack of EV fast-charging stations that can enable them to drive across Colorado using interstate highways., "Prepared by BCS, Incorporated for the Colorado Energy Office.'--Page i., "January 2015.", Includes bibliographical references., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed August 2019)
This document establishes minimum standards for end user information technology (IT) needs, including, but not limited to, IT hardware, software, policies, procedures, end user training and support., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed October 2012), "July 22, 2009.", "Governance Number: C-100. Amended Date: 07/22/2009. Effective Date: 10/19/2009"--Header., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Finding capital improvement funding for public facilities can be challenging. Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) is a time-tested tool for alleviating those concerns. Since the mid 1990s, Colorado's public sector has successfully used the Colorado EPC program to finance facility improvements with guaranteed savings., "September, 2015.", Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed March 2017)