Innovative Energy Review

2017 - 2018

Celebrating its 5th 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.

In 2018, stories from the Rocky Mountain Institute, Denver International Airport, IKEANREL, Navigant and others focus on powering a transforming economy.

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.

2017-2018 Highlights

Transforming the Energy Economy

Nationally and internationally, energy is becoming greener and more sustainable — and that change will only accelerate in the near future. “The factors that determine the overall energy mix are a combination of technology, policies, and finance, and all three are in a dynamic change going forward, particularly … read more on page 9 of the Innovative Energy Review.

Confronting Cleantech’s IoT Vulnerabilities

In today’s connected and transforming economy, every company faces the threat of a cyber attack on its IT systems. For clean technology companies, this risk is now compounded by the possibility of an attack on operational technology (OT). Many cleantech companies are connecting … read more on page 24 of the Innovative Energy Review.

Neural Grid: A Platform for Market Expansion in the Energy Cloud

Back in 2013, the Edison Electric Institute published a paper entitled Disruptive Challenges: Financial Implications and Strategic Responses to a Changing Retail Electric Business. And while it wasn’t the first time serious concerns had been raised relative to the changing dynamics of the business, it was … read more on page 36 of the Innovative Energy Review.