No more closed doors at Tri-State G&T

A new law in Colorado gives electrical cooperatives some to-do’s and can-do’s. It also tells Tri-State G&T that meetings must be open to members, news media.

Tensions rise as Tri-State seeks a regulatory pivot

Colorado legislators scold Tri-State about an effort to move rate regulation to Washington —which would also let a federal agency determine the fair and reasonable exit fee for Delta-Montrose Electric, bypassing the Colorado PUC.

A time of inflection for rural America’s energy paradigms

Kansas last year finally awarded a permit for a coal-fired power plant to serve customers in Colorado mountain towns and elsewhere, but it will never get built. As twilight arrives in the era of large, coal plants closes, its an open question whether wholesale suppliers will remain relevant for rural America.