Here's what we're doing in Colorado to build political will for climate action.
On hearing in-depth explanations of CCL’s new policy agenda at CCL’s December National Conference, CCL members wrote on a word board: “inspired,” “motivated,” “hopeful,” “excited,” and “energized.” Looking forward to taking this agenda to a divided Congress, CCL’s Senior Director of Government Affairs, Jen Tyler, said “we were built for” this.Continue reading
In order to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, we need mass consumer adoption of highly efficient heat pumps powered by clean electricity. The great news is that monthly heating bills will be less and there are new incentives to help with the upfront costs. Here’s a quick look at heat pumps: What are they? What are the different types? What are the costs? How do I get rebates? What are some of the challenges to widespread adoption? And most importantly, why should I get one?Continue reading
With increased gas prices, generous tax incentives, and new electric vehicles (EVs) on the market, it's time to look at purchasing one. Here’s a quick look at the types of EVs, home charging options, and the complex requirements of the new tax credits in the Inflation Reduction Act. Be sure to bookmark this resource-rich blog article!Continue reading