Regulations | Laws
As of January 2023
Click each resolution or law tile below for details.
|New Energy Laws & Regulations to Comply with HB19-1261 Climate Action Plan to Reduce Pollution Since 2019|
|PUC||AQCC||DOLA||CDOT||CEO||CDA||CDLE||CSFS||COGCC||CDPHE||Governor Office||State & Local Laws|
|SB21-246||HB22-1244||HB22-1013||HB21-1303||SB22-193||SB21-235||HB22-1193||HB21-1180||Mission Change 200-600||HB22-1355||HB22-1381||HB21-1117|
|HB21-1238||SB21-264||HB21-1009||SB21-260||SB22-051||HB22-1394||Mill Levy Increase||SB20-204||FY23 Budget||HB21-1162|
|HB21-1269||HB21-1286||HB21-1253||SB19-239||SB22-118||HB21-1290||Mission Change 800/900/1200||HB21-1189|
|SB21-072||HB21-1266||HB21-1271||HB22-1249||HB21-1149||Permit Fee Increase||HB21-1141|
|SB21-103||ZEV rule||Clean Energy grant||SB22-180||HB19-1314||HB21-1052|
|HB21-1324||Reg. 11 updates||SB21-230||HB21-1284|
|EV rate rules||SB19-096||SB21-231||HB19-1231|
Between the 2019 and 2022 Colorado Legislative sessions, over 55 pieces of legislation passed that were aimed at complying with the greenhouse gas (GhG) emission reduction requirements of HB19-1261 or other climate objectives.
These laws have directed multiple state departments to develop new regulations that alter nearly all aspects of energy production and consumption. Some of these changes are just starting to impact consumers, with many more coming in the next few years. As you can see, laws are in dark blue and regulations are in light blue.
More Energy Research from CSI:
You can learn more about the potential economic impacts of the growing regulatory barriers in CSI’s recent research below.
- CSI Reports
- On HB22-1362 and potential full electrification of homes: The Uncertain Future Cost of Colorado’s Energy Infrastructure and Housing Affordability | Common Sense Institute (commonsenseinstituteco.org)
- Electrification: is the Juice Worth the Squeeze? – ColoradoBiz Magazine (cobizmag.com)
- Denver Gazette, New statewide building code could cost homeowners $68 billion
- Denver Gazette, Perspective: What price electrification?
- Kiowa County Press, Report: Colorado electrification goals could add up to $68.4B total in costs