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Why not wind? CRES history Part 2:

Why not wind? CRES history Part 2:

In 2000, Colorado’s largest utility rejected a major project . Why? A team that included CRES fought back. The result: Colorado Green — followed by others. Others followed.

A sharper pivot for Xcel Energy

A sharper pivot for Xcel Energy

A settlement agreement proposes to retire Comanche 3 sooner and identifies a 25-year yardstick for evaluating the need for new natural gas plants. It also punts some key decisions.

Will Comanche unit make 20 years?

Will Comanche unit make 20 years?

Two of three PUC commissioners say evidence supports a 2029 closing or even sooner, while the third says too much remains unknown   by Allen Best Retirement of Comanche 3, the troubled coal plant at Pueblo, was originally projected to operate for 60 years. It may...
Who’s on the sidelines?

Who’s on the sidelines?

Major environmental groups have chosen to remain silent as a legislator introduces bill to study community choice aggregation.

Xcel Energy stands by Comanche 3

Xcel Energy stands by Comanche 3

Colorado’s newest coal plant has been a dog, but Xcel Energy says it should stay open until 2040, a crucial component of the company;’s decarbonization plan.

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