August 21, 2019

Bills Regarding Renewable Energy Credits, Pesticide Applicators, and Drinking Water Fund for Nonprofits Signed

On Tuesday, May 19, 2015, Governor Hickenlooper signed three bills into law. To date, the governor has signed 227 bills into law. The bills signed Tuesday are summarized here.

  • HB 15-1377 – Concerning the Ability of Cooperative Electric Associations to Obtain Renewable Energy Credits Through the Operation of Shared Retail Distributed Generation Facilities, by Reps. Dominick Moreno & Jon Becker and Sens. Kevin Grantham & Kerry Donovan. The bill allows shared generation of renewable energy from sources other than community solar gardens.
  • SB 15-119 – Concerning Continuation of the Regulation of Pesticide Applicators by the Department of Agriculture, and, in Connection Therewith, Implementing the Recommendations of the 2014 Sunset Report by the Department of Regulatory Agencies, by Sen. Jerry Sonnenberg and Rep. KC Becker. The bill continues the Pesticide Applicators’ and changes membership of the Pesticide Advisory Committee.
  • SB 15-121 – Concerning the Eligibility for Financing Provided by the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority of a Public Water System that is Not Owned by a Governmental Agency, by Sen. Larry Crowder and Rep. Timothy Dore. The bill allows the Drinking Water Revolving Fund to be used for nonprofits for drinking water projects.

For a complete list of Governor Hickenlooper’s 2015 legislative decisions, click here.