Colorado Legislature Passes Bill Requiring PUC to Evaluate Cost of CO2 Emissions

  • Application

    Integrated resource planning

  • Date

    May 2019
  • Details

    In early 2019, the Colorado State Legislature passed a bill requiring the utilites commission to evaluate "the cost of carbon dixoide emissions" in resource planning, using guidelines set by the federal government.

  • SCC Value(s)

    $46 per ton in 2020, based off IWG SCC at 3%.

  • Reference

    Colo. Sen. Bill 19-236 (passed May 3, 2019)

  • Legal Authority

    Colo. Sen. Bill 19-236 (passed May 3, 2019)

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