Tri-State G&T’s proposed exit fees would make it very, very expensive for United Power and La Plata Energy to leave. Justified? Or are the figures bloated?
A pilot program of six home batteries represents an effort by Holy Cross Energy to better contour demands around supply as it moves toward 80% renewables.
Unhappiness can turn out candidates. But that doesn’t seem to explain this year’s bumper crop of candidates for Holy Cross Energy’s board. Could it be success?
Holy Cross Energy takes a small but strategic step on its journey toward resilience and 100% decarbonization with a deal for a solar-plus-storage project.
Transportation and building emissions will top the energy and climate agenda as Colorado legislators seek to advance work on ambitious decarbonization goals.
Like those climbing it namesake mountain, Holy Cross Energy sees multiple pathways to the top, 100% renewable energy, which it seeks to achieve by 2030.
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.
Wholesale electrical provider Tri-State won an important ruling in its dispute with dissident member coops, but two overlapping elements remain to be resolved.
Rocky Mountain Instittue, the highly regarded think tank, credits Tri-State Generation & Transmission with plotting a a sharp pivot away from coal-based generation to a renewables future.
Two of three biggest members of Tri-State Generation and Transmission say they’re very unhappy with the new policies that are purported to provide transparency and increase member flexibility. Together, the two co-ops by July will represent upwards of 25% of the total demand among the by-then 42 members of Tri-State.