Since 2019 the average monthly residential bill, for 600 kilowatt-hours of electricity, has risen 38% to $92
Xcel appears to have directed its own natural gas supply to meet reserve requirements rather than generate power during 2021 storm. “It’s like someone is knocking on your door to pay a credit card bill and you are putting the money in savings.”
More than 100,000 people have called for aid paying gas and electric bills, but the help is available only once per customer
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
The Colorado Public Utilities Commission on Friday balked at approving a billion-dollar price tag to shut down Xcel Energy’s five remaining coal-fired generating units — to be paid by customers — and instead is seeking more detailed financial analysis. The proposed closing costs were part of a settlement agreement between Xcel Energy, the state’s largest […]
In the jockeying for a new relationship between Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association and the rural cooperatives it supplies with electricity, three Colorado co-ops are seeking partial contracts with the power wholesaler — instead of leaving outright. Tri-State and some of its cooperatives have been battling over the association’s long-term contract, which requires members to […]
The average electric bill for Xcel Energy’s residential customers will go up $5.24 a month — a 6.4% increase — starting in April under a $182 million rate hike approved Wednesday by the Colorado Public Utilities Commission. The PUC voted 3-0 to accept the increase, which was agreed upon in rate-case negotiations that included the […]
An agreement that would have locked in 12 more years of life for Xcel Energy’s troubled Comanche 3 coal-fired power plant was rejected by the Colorado Public Utilities Commission on Monday. All three commissioners voiced opposition to the deal, citing concerns over the plant’s reliability, the fact that early closure might be cheaper for consumers […]