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Constructing a Robust Legal Framework for the New Energy Economy

The law should seek principled flexibility rather than micromanagement or command and control.

Opportunity Zones: Seizing the Investment Opportunity in Colorado

The passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act resulted in the creation of a significant new economic development tool through a federal income tax incentive known as the Opportunity Zone Program ("OZ Program").

Congress Can Learn From Startups

It's entrepreneurs like Jack who help grow our economy, and motivate Congress to come together to pass laws that promote ingenuity.

New Energy Economy: Storage Challenges and the Need for More Localized Operations

Colorado understands that simple solutions like integrating storage into the mix in this official way could lower costs and push technology and policy innovations.

The New Energy Economy

Solar and wind developers in the state provide Xcel with some of the lowest electricity costs in the nation.

Travel Bookings Forecast: Holiday Season 2018

With just 13 percent of holiday business booked as of now, early season numbers are considered promising by industry experts.

A Robust Economy with Early Headwinds and Potential Strong Gusts

About half of Colorado's international exports are at risk under a prolonged trade war scenario.

Midsummer Occupancy, Rate and Revenue Cooling at Mountain Destinations

Though a rough wildfire season may be impacting performance, if consumer confidence levels out, inflation picks up and trade tariffs threaten markets and pricing, we may see early signs of softenings in bookings and rate for mountain destinations ahead.

Drawing Conclusions: Jobs – and Rent – A Mile High

A report released May 24 by online job platform ZipRecruiter ranked Denver No. 9 among U.S. job markets for recent college graduates.

In the Zone: 126 Distressed Areas Selected for Investor Opportunity

Opportunity zones represent a “fun structure” for place-based investing that hits the rural business “sweet spot.”

Can Sustainability and Travel Coexist?

Public lands are a bigger tourism draw than sports or cultural attractions – to the tune of nearly $900 billion nationally each year.

GDP Grows – Is Now the Time to Buy Real Estate?

Consumers, businesses and the housing market are all flashing warning signals of future turbulence ahead.
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