"Our goal is to remain the best and most competitive power supply option for our members," said CEO Duane Highley
During extreme weather, our top priority is to keep the lights on while implementing the best safety practices.
Jessica Matlock, and our host, Bazi Kanani, discuss how La Plata Electric Association has responded to COVID-19
Tri-State cites significant procedural, legal and policy flaws in Recommended Decision on complaints filed by two co-op members
If this decision stands, more than $1 billion in costs will be unjustly added to our members’ electricity bills in Colo., Neb., N.M. and Wyo
The five owners of the Craig Station Unit 2 have reached a unanimous decision to retire the 410-megawatt generating unit on Sept. 30, 2028
Tri-State donates $500,000 to the West End Pay it Forward Trust, a local endowment fund supporting community development in Montrose County, Colo.
Tri-State and DMEA have completed the transactions for DMEA to withdraw as a member of Tri-State
Today’s filing by Tri-State was a necessary step to clarify that United Power must honor its contract with its fellow members