Clean Energy Action is proud to present research reports on energy issues — particularly coal — from the organization’s own research and from external sources.
A. Clean Energy Action Coal Reports
- Warning: Faulty Reporting on US Coal Reserves
- Trends in U.S. Coal Production 1990-2012: Top 16 Coal Producing States
- Updated Trends in U.S. Delivered Coal Prices 2004-2015
- Trends in U.S. Delivered Coal Costs 2004-2012
- Trends in U.S. Delivered Coal Costs 2004-2011
- Coal: Cheap and Abundant, Or is it?
- Full Cost Accounting for the Life Cycle of Coal by the Harvard Center for Health and the Global Environment, co-authored by Clean Energy Action
B. Xcel energy (Public Service of Colorado) 2011 Electric Resource Plan
C. Tri-State Generation and Transmission
- Time for a New Equation for Affordability: Executive Summary, or Full Report on the Potential for Increased Renewable Energy in Tri-State Territory, co-authored by Clean Energy Action
- Winds of Change, Environmental Entrepreneurs‘ and National Resources Defense Council‘s Report on Impact and Potential of Wind in Colorado
- Why We Must Protect Solar Rights, a Report by the The Vote Solar Initiative on Net Metering in Colorado
- Colorado Solar Thermal Roadmap, a Report from the Solar Thermal Alliance of Colorado on how Colorado can capitalize on its position at the center of the United States’ solar thermal bulls-eye
- Decarbonizing transportation poses a major challenge as reducing carbon emissions: absent plenty of rooftop solar power, electric vehicles are only as clean as the grid they plug into. A Roadmap to Climate-Friendly Cars: 2013, a report by Climate Central tells us why in Colorado – one of the 10 most carbon-intense states in the nation – you’ll create less carbon pollution with a Prius than a Tesla Model S or Nissan Leaf.