Tri-State G&T asked FERC to cancel the proposed formula for deciding what it will cost member coops to move to partial requirements. Why—and what comes next?
Windsor chosen by Microvast for its second U.S. factory. Unlike its plans in Kentucky, this one is getting no pushback from members of Congress.
Outgoing CEO says Colorado River water use must shift from ag to urban. “That is the heart of the negotiation that is going to have to occur,” he says..
Eagle County gets $1.5 million federal grant for bus barn. County also considering geothermal to cool and heat old courthouse and other buildings.
Colorado’s second largest cooperative 313.34 megawatt-hours of storage at six locations across its service territory
Transportation matters greatly to solar and battery factories arising along metro Denver’s I-76 corridor. What about Craig and other coal towns?
Denver-based wholesaler to deliver a third of power for Colorado’s second-largest electricity cooperative. Where will the rest come from?
Experts advise governors on how artificial intelligence and other tools can allow water in Colorado River Basin and elsewhere to be better managed
Colorado has rapidly been adding clean-energy sector jobs. That includes in Pueblo. But will any end up in the coal capital of Craig?
Solar and developers have arrived in southeast Colorado. But will the transmission get there to help this county transition from the agriculture supported by the Ogallala and other fast-diminishing aquifers?
State legislators created a Colorado River task force. John McClow, a prominent water official, argues that this represents a step backward.
Lots of issues here: social equity, closing in on 100% renewables — and whether rates adopted by Colorado’s forward-looking utility would break state law. Will that law be changed?
And Xcel Energy will add more from planning begun in 2016 — with much more coming beyond this wave.
Wholesale provider’s last rate hike was in 2017. Rates actually declined in 2021. They will rise again in 2024.
Becky Mitchell has first-ever assignment to represent Colorado full time in body of upper-basin states of Colorado River Basin
Native Americans were not invited to craft the Colorado River Compact in 1922. Now they are at the table — and insist they must be part of solutions.
Three big ideas to rescue the over-burdened and declining river, but are states and water users ready for them?
Colorado’s second largest electrical cooperative has contracted with The Energy Authority to manage electrical supplies beginning in 2024
Parker Water and others have rejected the proposal to export water from the San Luis Valley. What to make of these donations by this company?
How will Colorado’s climate change in the next 30 or so years? Hotter, yes. Definitely. Precipitation? That’s a fuzzier picture.