What Colorado Can Learn from Europe’s Energy Markets

Europe is experiencing energy and food shortages.  Their energy costs have risen 33%.  Xcel predicts that Colorado’s energy costs will rise 14.4% this winter season. Colorado is fossil fuel rich but has been squeezed by government policies.  Bob Boswell, Chairman and CEO of Laramie Energy, joins Kim to discuss the situation.
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What Colorado Can Learn from Europe's Energy Markets
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Kim remarks on an important article by Jake FoglemanLessons for Colorado from Europe’s Energy Crisis.  Europe is experiencing energy and food shortages.  Their energy costs have risen 33%.  Xcel predicts that Colorado’s energy costs will rise 14.4% this winter season. Colorado is fossil fuel rich but has been squeezed by government policies.  Bob Boswell, Chairman and CEO of Laramie Energy, joins Kim to discuss the situation.  He states it is simply a case of supply and demand right now.  As the government adds more taxes and regulates the industry, there will be less supply.  The nation is no longer energy independent.  Renewables is not the answer as we see the negative ramifications as both Californians and Texans have suffered due to failures of renewables.  Remember, a lot of people get hurt on the road to utopia.

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