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CRES Media Contacts: 
Sheila Townsend 
CRES Executive Director  303-279-1446

Dave Bowden
CRES Vice President
CRES Newsletter:
November-December 2015 (PDF)

Newsletter Editor, Paul Notari
CRES News Editorial Office
1000S. Monaco Parkway, #77
Denver, CO 80224

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With over 500 professional members located in all parts of the state, the Colorado Renewable Energy Society (CRES) is the largest renewable and energy efficiency advocacy organization in the Rocky Mountain West. Our members have expertise in all aspects of clean energy. 
 News Releases:
  • September 16, 2015 - Colorado 2015 Tour of Solar Homes. NCRES News Release
  • June 19, 2015 - Colorado 2015 Renewable Energy in Buildings Awards. NCRES News Release
  • \June 5, 2003 - 2015 Colorado Renewable Energy Conference. NCRES News Release
  • September 18, 2014 - This Year's "Tour of Solar Homes" Shows Solar is Growing Trend. NCRES News Release
  • July 1, 2014 - CRES announces recipients of the Colorado 2014 Renewable Energy in Buildings Awards. NCRES News Release
  • June 10, 2014 - Energy Independence: Security and Sustainability is Theme of CREC 2002. NCRES News Release
  • April 30, 2014 - Colorado Senate approves minimum clean energy requirement. NCRES News Release
  Find Facts About CRES
Bio Sketch and Photo of CRES 2014 President, Megan Edmunds

  CRES Action Plan 
A Blueprint for Advancing Clean Energy in Colorado

 Learn About Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency 
NREL's Clean Energy Basics 
DOE's Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network 

  Use a Photo
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory maintains an online photo library of more than 8,000 images dealing with energy efficiency and renewable energy. Search by topic or keyword and download a low-resolution for free. Order high resolution files for a charge. 

 Renewable Energy News Stories from Around Colorado

University of Colorado Students Vote "Yes" for Wind Power
A short article written by the CU Environmental Center for the Green Power Network on an historic vote by CU students to buy wind-generated electricity; April 17, 2000. 

Colorado's Environmental Disclosure Requirements
The Green Power Network summarizes the requirements of electricity providers
in the state to disclose the source of electricity. It is part of a chart that includes such requirements in all participating states. 

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The Colorado Renewable Energy Society publishes a monthly newsletter about projects and advances in renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies in Colorado. 

Current Issue 
NCRES Newsletter, November-December, 2003 (pdf document)

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