Cartoonist Jim Morrissey predicts Colorado may see the impact of grocery bag fees, angry body heat at energy bills and even last-ditch political strategy by a beleaguered GOP.
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.”
Community choice electric, or CCE, is a concept pioneered in 1999. Xcel Energy says it’s a solution to a carbon problem that is already on its way to being solved.
More than 100,000 people have called for aid paying gas and electric bills, but the help is available only once per customer
Sure, it’s cold outside. But Jim Morrissey wonders, with energy costs being what they are, do you really want to bump the heat up a few degrees?
Lower costs and more jobs are possible — if the parties in the General Assembly work together
The Greeley array juices the equivalent of 113 phone stores and more, as solar developers look for innovative deals to build community gardens
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
If wealthier households are first to exit the gas system, the remaining customers will be stuck with higher prices.
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