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Brown Bag: Update on the City of Boulder’s Energy Future and What it Means to You
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Brown Bag: Update on the City of Boulder’s Energy Future and What it Means to You

FREE TO ALL Things are moving very quickly in the City of Boulder as they consider how to meet their energy reduction goals, ensure a reliable energy source, a localization strategy, and what to do as the Climate Action Plan (CAP) tax expires.

4/10/2012
When: 4/10/2012
11:30 AM
Where: REI Community Room
1789 28th St, Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 
United States
Contact: Meagan Forney


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Things are moving very quickly in the City of Boulder as they consider how to meet their energy reduction goals, ensure a reliable energy source, a localization strategy, and what to do as the Climate Action Plan (CAP) tax expires. Come hear from City staff as they answer the following questions:

  • What has happened since the November vote to continue analyzing the potential of municipalization and how does the municipalization process fit in to the overall strategy of Boulder's Energy Future?
  • What is the CAP tax and what services does it currently fund for the public and contractors in Boulder?  It is set to expire at the end of this year, does the city have the intention trying to extend it this November and in what form?
  • What is the City of Boulder Energy Action Plan and how does it relate to the existing Climate Action Plan?  What are the short and long term goals of this plan and how does exploring the feasibility of a municipality play into this plan.
  • The City of Boulder has taken many steps to regulate new and existing residential buildings, however, less has been done on the commercial sector. What are the city’s current commercial efforts and how might this change with a new direction to our energy future.

City staff will also welcome your comments, concerns and questions.


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