United Power will be the next to go, with 7 other smaller co-ops attempting to renegotiate contracts or find price stability on their own
Customers of the state’s largest utility also are responsible for debt service on $27 million spent on never used southeastern Colorado ditch rights
While the strategy delivers returns to investors, a cascade of rate increases could lead to “a public backlash” a credit agency warns.
New national EPA rules show we’re ahead of the game. Here’s how we got there.
Deseret Power seeks Colorado public land near Rangely for a 50 megawatt generating station, but green groups are attacking the idea of more subsidized fossil fuel burning
The federal agency refuses to approve Utah’s clean air plans until they stop violating “good neighbor” rules by sending ozone east to the Front Range.
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
The transition from fossil-fuel generated electricity to renewables is proving tricky for Colorado’s largest utility.
By Matthew Brown, The Associated Press BILLINGS, Mont. — A federal judge on Friday reinstated a moratorium on coal leasing from federal lands that was imposed under former President Barack Obama and then scuttled under former President Donald Trump. The ruling from U.S. District Judge Brian Morris requires government officials to conduct a new environmental review before […]