Innovative Energy Review

2016 - 2017

Celebrating its 4th edition, CCIA’s Innovative Energy Review publication is the state of Colorado’s leading clean energy journal dedicated to promoting trends, companies, and the overall state of energy in the region.

Stories from the Colorado Energy Office, NREL, Chubb, Navigant, Colorado State University, Denver Water and others focus on the creative partnerships that are driving Colorado’s energy industry. From investment to R&D to deployment and economic development, the magazine highlights the companies, technologies and individuals whose willingness to think outside the box is powering Colorado’s energy community.

The national publication reaches 20,000 targeted cleantech, high-tech, advanced energy, natural gas, venture and economic development executives across the country. In depth features and interviews are national in reach and highlight regional companies and leaders who are making the greatest strides in expanding and supporting Colorado’s energy sector.


Denver Water, National Western Center

Bring Water Use Into the 21st Century

Some of the most measured and treasured water in the world is here in Colorado. It’s also home to some of the most innovative thinking and action on water. Two Denver projects are rethinking water use: the redevelopment of Denver Water’s headquarters and the establishment of the CSU Water Resources Center at the National Western Center.

Nonprofit Partnerships

Nonprofits like CCIA, Cleantech Open, and the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) are working together to bring cutting-edge science to the forefront, grow the economically sensible adoption of renewable energy, and prepare today’s students for active roles in a cleantech-driven world. Partnerships are at the forefront of these efforts.

Colorado Universities Partner to Bring

Tomorrow’s Clean Tech to Today’s World

When it comes to solving the world’s problems, Colorado’s universities are fertile ground for breakthroughs. They also have unique spaces where companies and organizations can partner to incubate new technologies or help get an idea off to a great start.