Karl Kumli was again quoted in the Denver Post on Sunday, October 25 regarding energy law matters. In a story regarding the push by electric cooperatives toward adding more independent power on their systems, Karl cited the change which appears to be occurring in the motivation for smaller, independent electricity providers to look toward building a clean, renewable energy portfolio. You can read the Denver Post article here: http://www.denverpost.com/perspective/ci_29013291/colo-canal-o-8800-ers-peek-into-future. An article from June of this year also quoted Karl as the case was moving forward: http://www.denverpost.com/business/ci_28377259/federal-ruling-opens-rural-areas-more-renewable-recycled. These sorts of articles, and Mark Detsky’s signature win in successfully bringing forward a wind project in Southern Colorado showcase Dietze and Davis attorneys at the forefront of Colorado’s clean energy law efforts.