Kit Carson, Holy Cross and other electrical utilities use a new technology from Camus Energy to get the big picture of variable renewable energy and demands.
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?
A Colorado electrical coop has embarked on a cutting edge project to learn how to use batteries to shave peak wholesale costs. A school bus has homework, too.
If the immediate work is mostly obvious, the urgency of decarbonizing energy is daunting. Is the moonshot of the 1960s really the most appropriate analogy?
A new law in Colorado gives electrical cooperatives some to-do’s and can-do’s. It also tells Tri-State G&T that meetings must be open to members, news media.
A letter signed by electrical coops in Colorado and New Mexico calls for a clean electricity standard among a broad suite of regulatory and legislative policies.
Holy Cross Energy takes a small but strategic step toward decarbonization and resilience with solar-plus-storage
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.
The 2020s will be the decade of rapidly closing coal plants in Colorado. Utilities have plans for just one plant beyond 2030.
Colorado regulators are looking into what gas utilities should have known before the February chill that briefly sent natural gas prices shooting upward.
From a decarbonization roadmap to a giant solar farm to firming plans for 100% renewable energy, Colorado’s energy transition in 2020 told in these stories.
Platte River Power Authority has is currently the decarbonization frontrunner among Colorado’s larger electrical utilities. But how can it get to 100% by 2030?