Public Utilities Commission
Xcel Energy will drop $3 monthly pipeline fee that has raised three times the amount it was intended to collect
An agreement with utility regulators will still allow Xcel to charge customers for system upgrades, but with more scrutiny than the Pipeline System Integrity Adjustment, which generated $610 million
Colorado’s big electric users could get a 30% discount on power under Xcel Energy’s incentive plan
The Public Utilities Commission reluctantly OK’d the program, worried that it won’t benefit areas most in need of economic development help.
February storm eats up much of Cripple Creek schools’ energy budget for an entire year
A five-figure shocker has the tiny mountain district asking if anybody can help while they try to figure out where to cut.
Closing all of Xcel’s coal-fired power plants will cost Colorado consumers $1.4 billion
Shuttering plants to meet the state’s greenhouse gas emissions goals carries a hefty price tag, including costs of bonds to finance the wind down
Colorado AG asks federal regulators to probe traders’ “windfall” gas profits from February cold snap
More Colorado utilities filed documents explaining how big the hit to consumers’ pocketbooks might be, including up to $552 for some Black Hills Energy customers
Xcel Energy looks to avoid Colorado wildfires — and PG&E’s fate — and wants customers to pay for it
The company wants $589.7 million by the end of 2025 to maintain infrastructure and keep trees at bay. Consumer advocates say that’s not necessary.
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Wyoming coal interests funneled money, experts to influence Colorado PUC decision on closing parts of Pueblo plant
The Coalition of Ratepayers, a group formed by the Denver-based Independence Institute and which received money from out of state, still couldn’t stop the shutdown of Comanche Station units in Pueblo.
Xcel wins $41.5 million rate increase, but Colorado regulators balk at charging for repairs to troubled coal plant
Xcel Energy wanted a $158.3 million increase, but the PUC pushed back to keep rate hike passed on to residential customers to about $1.03 per month.
Tri-State’s bid to move to federal regulation and sidestep increased Colorado scrutiny is rejected
Westminster-based electricity giant wanted out of the scrutiny of Colorado’s PUC and had said FERC would give a united approach to rate setting in four states
Lobbying spending sets new record in Colorado, as interests shift to influence Democratic-controlled Capitol
Business interests, associations, nonprofits and other groups spent more than $36.4 million on lobbyists in fiscal year 2019 to influence Colorado lawmakers and government agencies
Fearing Tri-State could duck clean-energy goals, Colorado utilities commission files unprecedented protest
For the first time in at least 25 years, state regulators move to stop a migration, saying the interstate power provider has too much unfinished business here
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.
Front Range air quality is terrible, but Colorado’s efforts are showing some improvement in ozone pollution
A slate of new laws is expected to speed up air-quality improvements, but Denver still hasn't met standards that the EPA set more than a decade ago
Xcel wants to hike your electricity bill to cover the cost of new customers, prevent wildfires and boost returns
A proposal before Colorado’s Public Utilities Commission would increase the average bill of a residential customer in the state by 6.5%
Colorado is overhauling climate goals with an eye on scrubbing carbon from its electricity
Revisions to six sets of rules and four bills in the statehouse, including one that enacts "social cost of carbon" standard, aim to reduce carbon emissions while protecting coal-plant workers from obsolescence
Coal-fired power plants are closing early and Colorado lawmakers want to ease towns’ tough transition
House Bill 1037 would let electric companies recoup money spent to build the plants while funding economic impact grants to towns losing jobs along the way
Colorado co-op’s fight for renewable energy could upend how rural communities are powered
As fight with Delta-Montrose Electric Association heads to court -- and PUC hearing -- Tri-State announces new wind, solar projects
Colorado power companies bet big on net-zero emissions as state debates 100% renewable energy future
Xcel, Platte River banking on lowering emissions with nuclear, geothermal and carbon capture tech, but critics argue it would be too small, too slow