Carbon Capture in Colorado and the Southern Ute Indian Reservation

The United States Energy Association proudly hosted Coyote Clean Power (CCP), the Colorado Energy Office, the Southern Ute Indian Tribe, and Svante, in a discussion around carbon capture in Colorado and the Southern Ute Indian Reservation.

Coyote Clean Power is a partnership between 8 Rivers Capital and the Southern Ute Growth Fund to develop, construct, and operate a near-zero emissions NET Power plant. CCP is planning to deliver zero emissions, clean energy to the project Svante is developing at a LafargeHolcim facility in Florence, CO with Occidental and TotalEnergies. Additionally, CCP's  zero emissions and reliable electricity along with its energy storage capability can support the increased renewable energy in the Four Corners region while gigawatts of coal assets are being retired.

You can view the conversation in the video above to learn more about the wonderful developments happening on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation and in Colorado. Presentations have been posted on the right-hand side of the page below the list of speakers. 


Michael Moore

Program Director
United States Energy Association

Shane Seibel

Executive Director
Southern Ute Growth Fund

Claude Letourneau

President and CEO
Svante, Inc.

Damian Beauchamp

President and Chief Development Officer

Will Toor

Executive Director
Colorado Energy Office