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The Governor’s Energy Office has awarded $350,000 in grants to eight organizations for “New Energy Economic Development,” or NEED, efforts. NEED grants must be used to develop emerging technologies that could attract additional investment to Colorado’s growing energy-efficiency and renewable-energy industries. Tom Plant, director of the energy office, said the grant program gives organizations a… Continue Reading Governor’s office to award $650,000 in energy grants

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Colorado Springs to appeal Pueblo water ruling

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In this month’s Reed Construction Data report about the Rocky Mountain region, comes news that Colorado Springs Utilities is ready to appeal a November water line ruling of Pueblo District Court Judge Dennis Maes to the Colorado Court of Appeals. CSU plans to build a $1 billion pipeline to carry water from Pueblo Reservoir up… Continue Reading Colorado Springs to appeal Pueblo water ruling

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CEOs held on to jobs last year

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More CEOs apparently held on to their jobs last year than in 2006 – despite the subprime lending fallout. Chief executive departures fell 8.3 percent from 2006’s record levels, say analysts from Challenger Gray & Christmas. Last year, 1,356 chief executives were relieved of their duties, down from nearly 1,478 during 2006. Of the exits,… Continue Reading CEOs held on to jobs last year

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China has boosted its steel output during the last three years through energy subsidies, said the Alliance for American Manufacturing. Total Chinese energy subsidies for steel reached $27.1 billion during the last seven years. Despite the country’s entry into the World Trade Organization – which deems subsidies on steel illegal – the subsides continued to… Continue Reading China using energy subsidies to boost steel production

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Real estate sales to level this year

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The Pikes Peak region has seen an infusion of close to $1 billion in new commercial real estate investment during the past five years, but industry experts are predicting transaction volume and prices may level out during 2008. Prices during October increased 1.6 percent from September, according to the Moody’s/Real Commercial Property Price Indices. Moody’s… Continue Reading Real estate sales to level this year

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If it seems to you that more and more people are moving to Colorado every year, you’re right. The U.S. Census Bureau reported yesterday that that state’s population grew by 2 percent, or 95,267 people, between July 1, 2006, and July 1, 2007. That puts the state’s population at 4.8 million and ranks it as… Continue Reading Colorado population up 2 percent

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Fort Carson will host the 6th Annual Community Sustainability Conference and Expo from noon to 9 p.m. Oct. 30 and from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 31 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, 2886 S. Circle Drive. This year’s theme is “Securing the Future – A Sustainability Strategy.” The conference is an educational forum intended… Continue Reading Fort Carson hosts 6th Annual Community Sustainability Conference

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