Bringing any new technology on line has many pitfalls and hurdles. So it is with renewable energy. Colorado has experienced a renewable energy boom over the last several years with the largest utility in the state on track to provide 30% of it’s energy from renewable sources by 2020. Creating the perfect balance of tax credits, subsidies and incentives along with reasonable utility rates is a feat that when played correctly yields a steady growth of renewable energy instead of a vicious boom or bust cycle. Read more about an intelligent approach to drive renewable energy growth in Colorado from former Colorado Public Utilities Commissioner Richard P. Mignogna in his Denver Post Guest Commentary here: Can the growth of renewable energy be sustained?
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