Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Unaweep Canyon is central to Xcel Energy’s big plans for renewable energy production in Colorado
The utility is seeking federal approval to build the state’s largest hydropower project on the Western Slope in Unaweep Canyon south of Grand Junction
Rural electric co-ops get shocking estimates of the cost to break up with Tri-State Generation
Nine members of Tri-State asked what they’d have to pay to leave the association. Now they want to know the formula used to calculate the bills.
Tri-State must tell members seeking cleaner, cheaper energy how much it would cost to break up, regulators say
Nine members of the association, including United Power, asked more than a year ago how much it would cost to break contracts running to 2050. Federal regulators gave Tri-State 30 days to clear the air.
Opinion: Power supplier Tri-State’s members are focused on finding solutions
We’re leading Tri-State to maintain reliability while rapidly transitioning to lower costs, cleaner power and greater flexibility.
Opinion: Tri-State’s CEO on the power supplier’s year of change
We’ve made significant progress as we serve our mission to deliver reliable, affordable and responsible power across the West.
Tri-State’s clean energy battles with two Colorado electric co-ops now threaten the utility’s finances
A week-long hearing is set before the Colorado Public Utilities Commission in an attempt to determine reasonable exit fees for United Power and La Plata Electric Association
Tri-State, under pressure from its member co-ops to change or fall behind, is shifting to renewable energy
Giant power provider on the verge of deal with departing utility says it will shutter coal-fired plant in Nucla two years early as it retools carbon-emissions goals.