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Why a Big Utility Is Embracing Wind and Solar

Justin Gillis and Hal Harvey The New York Times Turbines at the Spring Canyon Wind Farm outside Peetz, Colo. The farm is owned by Invenergy, and produces energy under contract to Xcel Energy. Credit Ryan David Brown for The New York Times Summary DENVER —...


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Discussion: Competing with on-Site Options: Value Proposition, NPV Cases, and Research on Real World Boiler Eficiency

Speakers Stephen Kutska, Xcel Energy Steve Tredinnick, Burns & McDonnell Jon Wohl, DCO Energy LLC #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #2014 #BusinessDevelopment #XcelEnergy #DCOEnergy #BurnsandMcDonnell #LifeCycleAnalysis

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Xcel, clean energy groups to regulators: Assign a cost to carbon emissions

Elizabeth Dunbar, MPR News July 21, 2017 Summary As state regulators consider how utilities generate electricity in the future, they should assume a much higher social cost of emitting carbon dioxide than is used today, Xcel Energy, an IDEA member, and a coalition of clean energy and health...


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NREL Announces Partnership with Panasonic and Xcel Energy

Press Release, Power Magazine July 21, 2017 Project Optimizes Denver’s Peña Station NEXT Net-Zero Energy Development The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is partnering with Panasonic Corporation and Xcel Energy to simulate and optimize the energy...