Six towns and cities in SE Colorado will be getting electricity from a new wholesale provider, Guzman Energy, which is developing a portfolio of renewables.
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Delta-Montrose Electric splits the sheets with Tri-State Generation and Transmission. Will others follow?
The decision by the Colorado city of Fountain to get with a new wholesale supplier says an awful lot about the rapidly evolving story of electrical generation. Electricity is rapidly getting cheaper and cleaner.
In 2006, directors of Delta-Montrose Electric were asked to commit to the middle of the 21st century to a coal plant to be built in the Kansas prairie. They had a different vision. More slowly, that wholesale provider, Tri-State Generation and Transmission, created a new vision, too, forced by the upheaval in the world of energy that is just now beginning.