Some Colorado utility consumers could pay more than $550 for February storm
Consumer advocates still pursuing questions of why gas supplies for Front Range shot up so much when the cold hit Texas hardest.
How much damage does climate change cause in Colorado? Leaders are trying to put a price tag on it.
There are growing efforts -- in Washington and at the Colorado statehouse -- are trying to determine the social cost of carbon so they can put a price on greenhouse gases for the economic damage they wreak
Xcel, Atmos Energy say they saved Colorado customers nearly $1 billion during February freeze
In PUC filings to justify recouping huge sums from gas and electric customers, Xcel and Atmos outline how they kept the lights and heat on and why their efforts come at a steep price.
Colorado governor pressures PUC to protect utility customers from storm price surges
“Colorado Ain’t Texas,” Jared Polis’ office says in letter warning about high prices Xcel and others paid during February storms