Solar historian and author John Perlin speaks with Ali Lightfoot about his book "Let It Shine" which delves into the rich and often unknown history of solar energy dating back several millennia ago.
With pushes for greener technology and scientific advancements, the future of America's electricity is changing.
The 14th annual Mountain Harvest Festival took place in Paonia over the weekend. And one of its events is messier than the others.
Four-year-old Tazzy Wilensky is about to compete in the Grape Stomp contest at the festival.
She’s dressed like a butterfly and is a bit shy.
She says she's there to "squish grapes" and it's here first time trying it.
Lena Wilensky is Tazzy’s mom. She’s also dressed like a butterfly.
Energy reporter, Eden Clearwater interviews Jeff Tobe about the future of solar energy.