Friday, July 22, 2011

Bill Ritter Starts The New Energy Economy at Colorado State University

After leaving office as Colorado governor, Bill Ritter accepted the job of starting the Center for the New Energy Economy which aims to help shape national energy policies at Colorado State University.

One of former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter's abiding legacies certainly relates to his work promoting the state as a center of clean and renewable energy.

After stepping down in January, he accepted the job of launching the Center for the New Energy Economy at Colorado State University. The center, backed by private funding, aims to shape national energy policy and advance economic initiatives related to clean and renewable energy.

A little more than four months into his role as director, Ritter visited The Denver Post to talk to business editor Steve McMillan about what he's been doing and his progress at the center.

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