It will leave Tri-State G&T — by May 1, 2024
Any element of fence-straddling has ended for United Power, the 103,000-member electrical cooperative that has a service territory on the northern flanks of metropolitan Denver.
United, by far the largest member of Tri-State Generation and Transmission, will leave the “family” of that wholesale provider on May 1, 2024. It made this decision with strengthening evidence that it is likely to pay far, far less to leave than what Tri-State twice last year insisted was proper.
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