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Empowering Boulder's Clean Energy Goal:

100% Renewable Electricity by 2030

and Empowering Citizens Through…


Upcoming Empower Hour: 11/14 CCE What's in it for Me (and CO)?; Videos Up: Climate & Energy Forums with Boulder Mayor & Council Candidates

Inspiration, Innovation, Opinions & Resources

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See the Events page for all event details & videos.

Upcoming: November 14 Empower Hour—CCE: What’s in it for Me (and Colorado)? How Community Choice Powers Millions Register here.

Recent Events: 

Empower Hour Climate & Energy Forums: 10/3 Boulder Mayoral Candidates and on 10/10 City Council Candidates. See the Events page for the video link and details.

Empower Hour (9/19/23) — A Discussion between Xcel President Robert Kenney & Longtime Xcel Watchdog Leslie Glustrom. See the Events page for the video link and details.

Empower Hour (8/8/23) — Susie Strife of Boulder County’s Office of Sustainability, Climate Action & Resilience (OSCAR)  See the Events page for the video link and details.

Empower Hour (7/11/23)—The Electrifying Opportunity of Microgrids! with Cameron Brooks See the Events page for the video link and more details.

Empower Hour (6/13/23) Passive House to the People, with Greg Fisher Video is here.

See videos, articles & resources on the News page 

…as well as interesting and thought-provoking resources like this site, CarbonLessDay

See our educational campaigns: CCE for Colorado and “Pull the Plug on Pueblo”

We support maximizing the partnership to benefit Boulder and further our renewable energy goals. We are monitoring and reporting on the City/Xcel Agreement projects, costs, progress, while educating our community about industry innovation and opportunities to engage on this critical topic. See more details on the Oversight page.​

Is CCE Right for Colorado?

The benefits of CCE are substantial: cleaner electricity faster, lower electricity costs, more relevant and innovative energy programs, choice and local control on energy matters, and more energy dollars remaining in the community for local economic development and jobs.
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Time to close this ill-conceived, unreliable disaster of a coal-fired plant, and let Xcel pay for their mistake!
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