Denver-based wholesaler to deliver a third of power for Colorado’s second-largest electricity cooperative. Where will the rest come from?
Steamboat Springs- and Grand Junction-based electrical cooperatives to pick up with Guzman when their wholesale contracts with Xcel Energy lapse in 2028.
Do Colorado’s electrical providers have the juice to keep the lights on? Bill would mandate annual resource adequacy reports\
Say Xcel Energy’s high fuel costs associated with Storm Uri were entirely avoidable
Taos-based Kit Carson Electric has a new contract with Guzman Energy that includes a provision for a possible green hydrogen project. Why so?
Electric cooperative in Colorado sets the two-year clock ticking with Tri-State G&T as it begins talks in earnest with new wholesale providers
Solar combined with agriculture seems to make sense in some places in Colorado. For example, could it help farmers in the sun-drenched San Luis Valley?
It was a day for triumph as the last wind farm along Colordo’s northern border was completed, giving Guzman Energy 145 megawatts of capacity.
Will this revised plan that calls for the kinds of irrigation satisfy county commissioners in Colorado’s Delta County? This is the agrivoltaics story on its edge.
New Mexico’s Kit Carson Electric has wrapped up the solar it needs for 100% daytime needs and on June 30 will make its last payment to Tri-State G&T.
Delta County infuriated many renewable energy supporters when it rejected a solar project. Proponents says they are planning an alternative.
The 472-acre solar project would have melded past and future, sheep grazing amid panels, bolstering local tax revenues. Why exactly did officials reject it?