Colorado to go carbon-free

Xcel Energy, Colorado’s largest electric utility, announced Tuesday that it intends to go 100 percent carbon-free in all eight states it serves by 2050, while reducing carbon emissions by 80 percent of its 2005 emission levels by 2030. Xcel is the first major U.S. utility to make such a commitment.

Colorado College's Transformed Tutt Library: Carbon-Neutral and Net-Zero Energy It consists of four operating subsidiaries: Northern States Power-Minnesota, northern states power-wisconsin, Public Service Company of Colorado, and Southwestern Public Service Co. In December 2018 Xcel announced it would deliver 100 percent clean, carbon-free electricity by 2050, with an 80 percent carbon reduction by 2035 (from 2005 levels).

Denver, Colorado (Dec. 4, 2018)-Xcel Energy, a national leader in renewable energy, rolled out a clean energy vision today in Denver that will deliver 100 percent carbon-free electricity to customers by 2050. As part of this vision, the company also announced plans to reduce carbon emissions 80 percent by 2030, from 2005 levels in the eight states it serves.

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Xcel, Colorado’s largest utility, made its announcement to go carbon free at Denver’s Museum of Nature and Science. CEO Ben fowke told reporters,

Xcel Energy, Colorado’s largest utility company, has pledged to go completely carbon-free by 2050. The company serves eight states, and its ambitious new carbon reduction goal far exceeds its.

That plan will get Xcel Energy 60 percent carbon-free in Colorado by 2025, the company said.. Xcel’s Energy’s commitment to go carbon-emissions free by 2050 isn’t a response to any one of those.

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But this move is even more ambitious: xcel announced yesterday that it plans to slash emissions 80 percent by 2030, and it aims to go completely carbon-free by 2050. Ben Fowke said at the news.

Directors said they aimed to achieve 70% carbon-free electricity by 2030. What that misses are the semi-annual surveys by the Colorado Association of Municipal Utilities that finds Aspen Electric’s.