Co-op Commits to Go Carbon Free
Holy Cross Energy in Glenwood Springs announced a new, ambitious 100X30 goal to provide 100% carbon-free electricity to its consumer-members by 2030. The announcement was made in a press conference December 14 with Gov. Jared Polis offering his congratulations to the co-op. The 100X30 plan follows the co-op’s Seventy70Thirty plan announced in 2018 in which the co-op pledged to provide 70% of its power from clean and renewable resources and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70% from 2014 levels by 2030. That plan is ahead of schedule and the co-op rewrote its goal to create the 100×30 goal.