Category Archives: Energy Efficiency

GACC-CO Hosts Transatlantic Mobility Luncheon


As an energy management consultant, I’m fascinated by ways that we can learn from other cities to reduce the energy intensity of our transit. As a person with a disenfranchised disability, I’m equally interested in how we can improve mobility for persons with disabilities to increase their participation in the local economy. My recent trip to Europe suggested we have room for improvement! Join me at the GACC-CO Transatlantic Mobility Luncheon to share the latest ideas in mobility with our peers across the pond. Continue reading

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Broncos Fan Consolation: The Stadium is Green


Coloradans may love energy efficiency almost as much as Broncos football. And, while the latter may have been… disappointing recently, we can luxuriate in the energy efficiency details of the new U.S. Bank Stadium. Continue reading

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