Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association is at a crossroads as its 42 rural co-ops look to generate more of their own electricity or buy it on the open market
Critics say Xcel Energy’s push to supply natural gas to 6,800 new customers in Denver, Edgewater and Lakewood runs afoul of Denver’s plans to reduce natural gas consumption
Increasing royalties for the first time since the 1920s is credited for some of the extra revenue due to Colorado governments this fiscal year
Let’s delve into opera, the people who have made it possible in Denver and the preparations for one of the greatest works in the canon — Verdi’s “Rigoletto.”
State regulators confirmed Crestone Peak’s Box Elder drilling plan for 55 square miles of land the energy company has been working on since 2020, saying Colorado’s new permitting process is “workable, protective”
The city and county’s protest was the first under a new rule allowing communities near a project site to intervene in oil and gas proceedings
Xcel Energy was OK’d to increase natural gas bills for the third time this year. Consumer advocates say it could have been worse.
The transition from fossil-fuel generated electricity to renewables is proving tricky for Colorado’s largest utility.
Adams County was especially hard when Third Creek pipelines were dismantled because of safety concerns. Small operators walked away from 225 wells.
Colorado’s largest utility is passing on price hikes that will raise the average natural gas bill to $177 from $115