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Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association has asked its members to weigh in on the case before the Colorado Public Utilities Commission about what constitutes a fair and just exit fee for two other members of the Tri-State Generation and Transition.

An administrative law judge this past week heard testimony involving the request by United Power and La Plata Electric, the first and third largest respectively among Tri-State’s 43 members as determined by electrical demand. Poudre Valley is the second largest.

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A press release from Poudre Valley said it had asked its members/owners to protest the exclusion of Poudre Valley from the case with comments to legislators and others.

“The Colorado PUC’s decision on this case does not affect just the two cooperatives that filed. This case affects all Colorado cooperatives, including PVREA, who purchase wholesale power from Tri-State,” said Jeff Wadsworth, chief executive of Poudre Valley.

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