Second title page carries date April 2016., "The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) contracted with ANTARES Group, Inc. (ANTARES) to conduct a study to determine the size and characteristics of the market for customer-sited energy systems in Colorado. The objectives of the study were to: 1) improve Colorado's Energy Office's understanding of customer-sited energy market trends and the extent to which these systems contribute to Colorado's energy supply, 2) identify gaps in energy system data and potential solutions to address gaps, and 3) identify best practices in permitting that could enable jurisdictions to streamline their processes and standardize reporting of energy system data., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed March 2017)
compiled and edited by the U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service [and] the U.S. Small Business Administration., Revised copy of the Export Services Directory (1984)--and the Colorado Businessman's Guide to Export Assistance (1985)., Published in cooperation with the Colorado International Trade Office., Bibliography: pages 87-88., Description based on print version record.
The Colorado Information Marketplace is the public sector answer for information exchange and interoperability., "12/12/2011.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed October 2012)
Innovation is key to economic growth. Each year, the Colorado Innovation Network issues a report on Colorado's innovation performance, which is based on an objective analysis. The 2013 report highlights where potential opportunities exist to ensure Colorado's continued competitiveness as an innovative state. These metrics are used to compare Colorado's performance to both the national average and a set of benchmark states., "The 2013 Colorado Innovation Report is a project of the Colorado Innovation Network (COIN).", Includes bibliographical references (p. ), Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed October 2013)
Cover title., "May 2002.", "This Guide was prepared by the University of Colorado Recycling Services with funding from the Colorado Governor's Office of Energy Management and Conservation (OEMC)."--P. [i], Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Throughout Colorado, youth are spending more time seated in front of televisions, computers, and video games and less time enjoying the outdoors. This threatens children's education physical, and mental health, and hinders tomorrow's leaders' ability to understand and protect Colorado's resources., "January 2010.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed April 2013), Includes bibliographical references (p. 23-25)
The Colorado hydropower industry experienced rapid change in 2011. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) created in 2010 between the State of Colorado and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) forged a new path to expedite low-impact project permitting. As a result, projects that historically took three or more years for permitting were moving through the process at a record pace, in some cases taking less than six months. The Colorado Governor's Energy Office (GEO) recognizes the potential of low-impact hydropower resources in the state and the cost benefits of reducing the permitting burden. Streamlining the permitting process for low-impact projects creates new opportunities for the industry to utilize existing water infrastructure resources and maximize the benefit of Colorado's natural resources., "Primary Authors: Susan Carollo (SRA International) and Ryan Broshar (SRA International). Contributing Authors: Bradley Florentin (Blue Earth)."--Page 57., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed January 2015)