FCSG Statement on Platte River Power Authority Board Appointments

Updated on May 22, 2021 Resolution 2021-060 includes, among other items, the appointment of the City Manager to the Platte River Power Authority (PRPA) Board along with Councilmember Julie Pignataro.  The Fort Collins Sustainability Group…

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NCP4CE Open Letter to Platte River Power Authority Board on Draft Integrated Resource Plan Report

Dear Board Chair Troxell, Vice Chair Hornbacher and Directors Bagley, Bergsten, Bernosky, Cunniff, Koenig and Marsh: Northern Colorado Partners for Clean Energy (NCP4CE) listened closely to the Board’s discussion of the draft Integrated Resource Plan…

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PRPA Should Not Build a Gas-Fired Power Plant

Published in the Fort Collins Coloradoan on September 19, 2020 The recent collapse of our economy and routine activities is the result of a microscopic coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Without warning the entire human population…

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NCP4CE Calls on PRPA to Implement 100% Renewable Energy in the Integrated Resource Plan

Today, Northern Colorado Partners for Clean Energy released a white paper (available at https://colivableclimate.org/ncp4ce-white-paper-on-prpa-integrated-resou…) calling on the Platte River Power Authority (PRPA) to Implement 100% renewable energy in the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP). This document outlines…

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Renewable Electricity Sources are Affordable and Reliable

  Published in the Fort Collins Coloradoan on September 14, 2018  Recently, opponents of Fort Collins committing to 100 percent renewable electricity by 2030 have made comments casting doubt on the affordability and reliability of renewable…

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Don’t Spread Misinformation About Renewable Energy in Fort Collins

 Published in the Fort Collins Coloradoan on July 29, 2018  In his second opinion piece on this topic, Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce CEO David May once again makes false claims and mischaracterizations about…

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Fort Collins Can, Should, Reach Fully Renewable Electricity by 2030

 Published in the Fort Collins Coloradoan on May 27, 2018  On May 1, Fort Collins Partners for Clean Energy (FCP4CE) presented a resolution to City Council asking council members to adopt the goal of achieving…

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Fort Collins 100 Percent Renewable Energy Resolution

WHEREAS the Fort Collins Council adopted a Climate Action Plan (CAP) in 1998 to promote social equity, environmental stewardship, and economic vitality for all residents and businesses of Fort Collins and has updated it twice,…

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Northern Colorado Partners for Clean Energy Releases Second Review of Platte River Power Authority’s “Zero Net Carbon” Analysis

Review Highlights Opportunities for PRPA to Transition to a Renewable Energy Future  For Immediate Release: Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018  Media Contacts:  Gordon MacAlpine, Estes Valley Clean Energy Coalition, ph. 970-342-4668, [email protected]  Kevin Cross, Fort Collins…

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PRPA’s ZNC Analysis

 A Critique of the Pace Global Report and Recommendations for Future Analysis  Prepared for Colorado Sierra Club Northern Colorado Partners for Clean Energy March 30, 2018 

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