Clean Energy Development Authority
The Colorado Clean Energy Development Authority may issue bonds to finance projects that involve the production, transportation, and storage of clean energy. Clean energy is defined as fuels that are produced and energy that is derived from sources including but not limited to the following: biodiesel; biomass resources, such as biogas, agricultural or animal waste, landfill gas, and anaerobically digested waste biomass; biomass resources that do not include energy generated by use of fossil fuel; fuel cells that do not use fossil fuels; and zero-emissions generation technology, including emission of carbon dioxide, with long-term production potential. (Reference Colorado Revised Statutes 40-9.7-101 through 110)
Type: Laws and Regulations
Enacted: May 23, 2007
Technologies: Biodiesel, Ethanol, Hydrogen Fuel Cells
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