A scathing audit of the Colorado Energy Office, a cornerstone of the state’s efforts to promote clean and renewable energy initiatives, shows that it’s been so poorly managed over the past six years that it can’t demonstrate that any of its 34 energy-related programs — which cost $252 million in state and federal funds — have been cost effective.
In several cases, staff members don’t even know what some programs’ goals are.
Read more at The Daily Caller. By Greg Campbell.
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