The Future of Energy: Colorado's Energy Roadmap
Tuesday, May 18 at 4 p.m. MT
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In 2019, Colorado's House Bill 19-1261 laid out a series of carbon reduction targets: 50% by 2030 and 90% by 2050, compared to the 2005 baseline. The legislation set the state on an ambitious course for climate action and a clean energy transition, encompassing key sectors like electricity, fuel, and transportation. The Polis administration has also committed to ensuring a just and equitable transition for affected communities and workers. Now, with implementation underway, what are the early successes and lingering challenges? What will the next several years look like for Colorado's energy policy landscape?
In our final Future of Energy episode on Tuesday, May 18 at 4 p.m. MT, we'll focus on Colorado's road ahead with Will Toor, Executive Director of the Colorado Energy Office, chatting about zero emission vehicles, renewables on the grid, the role of markets, and much, much more. Have a specific topic you'd like to hear about? Send in a question in advance or live during the event and we'll incorporate as many as possible during the discussion.
The Future of Energy is presented by the Denver Museum of Nature & Science and the Institute for Science & Policy. The session will also be livestreamed on Facebook and YouTube.