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By Steve Raabe, The Denver Post Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
May 14--Colorado's fledgling efforts at renewable energy aren't yet good enough for a passing grade, a national advocacy group says.
Colorado gets an F, making it one of 34 states receiving failing grades of D or F in a report compiled by the Washington, D.C.-based Union of Concerned Scientists.
Only California and Nevada received a grade of A, while New Mexico, Massachusetts and Minnesota got Bs.
Despite Colorado's having two of the nation's most successful "green power" wind-energy programs, the study faulted Colorado in two areas:
Failing to produce more …