Steamboat Springs- and Grand Junction-based electrical cooperatives to pick up with Guzman when their wholesale contracts with Xcel Energy lapse in 2028.
A study of the economies and cultures of Durango, Cortez and Farmington, three Western towns with roots in resource extraction and processing that have taken different career paths.
Pueblo will always have chiles. But coal? It’s gone after 2030. A committee is studying energy alternatives. Nuclear is among them.
Electrical cooperative says new rates needed to help sustain electrical grid as it nears 100% carbon free energy. Solar installers see it very differently.
Colorado’s second largest utility worries about cost of reliable electricity with renewables. Environmental advocates challenge extreme-weather and other assumptions
PUC chair Eric Blank says Colorado is at a magical place in its energy transition. Can it be example for other states with purplish political complexions?
Once an international ballerina, she is now helping guide Xcel Energy toward a goal of emissions-free electricity by 2050. Here’s some of what she’s thinking.
Tri-State G&T has asked for proposals for renewable energy to go on line into 2025. Meanwhile, Mountain Parks Electric and three other of members say they want to reduce their purchases of wholesale power.
As it moves toward 100% emissions-free electricity by 2030, a Colorado utility has created a new “transition & integration” division. It’s part of a trend.
A conversation with climate activist Leslie Glustrom, who constantly nips at Xcel Energy. She says the company’s motivations must always be kept in mind.
Why La Plata Electric directors believe their deals with Tri-State G&T and Crossover Energy Partners gives them the best possible deal, lower carbon and costs.
Natural gas will remain for decades, but Colorado in 2021 began pushing firmly but gently to begin suppressing methane emissions, especially from buildings.