Wholesale power provider for 42 electrical cooperatives hopes for federal help as it pivots from coal-heavy portfolio during the next few years.
Craig Generating Station
Colorado has rapidly been adding clean-energy sector jobs. That includes in Pueblo. But will any end up in the coal capital of Craig?
Wholesaler has coal-burning units in Colorado, Wyoming. and Arizona —and mounds of debt. How much can the Inflation Reduction Act help?
Colorado’s second largest utility worries about cost of reliable electricity with renewables. Environmental advocates challenge extreme-weather and other assumptions
Some Colorado utilities want to get to 100% emissions-free electricity by 2030, others just 80% or above. What mix of new technologies will get them there?
Colorado tights valves on methane, RMI says natural gas plants less competitive, Colorado decarbonization roadmap, Platte River Power’s solar bids, and more.
Binding carbon reductions and new lenses for examining the future of existing fossil fuel plants are elements of a proposed agreement.
Colorado’s second largest electrical utility has plans to retreat from coal. Environmental groups want a faster, deeper retreat. We just can’t, says Tri-State.
Wyoming legislators take aim at Colorado’s decarbonization with a $1.2 million legal fund. The nexus for this potential lawsuit will be Laramie River Station.
Tri-State G&T’s plan to deeply decarbonize its electrical supply in Colorado is voluminous, but it leaves many blanks to be filled in later.