Vegetation management is a key element of keeping our power reliable. Crews are working on phase one of the project June-July of 2022.
A totals of six utility members now have been allocated an aggregate of 300 megawatts (MW) for self-supply, which could include renewables.
Tri-State issues request for proposals for new resources, focused on renewable energy, storage and hybrid technologies
Tri-State seeking renewable and carbon-free resources for 2025, will consider highly competitive bids for 2026, under its 2020 Colorado ERP.
Tri-State, La Plata Electric Association, Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association and San Miguel Power Association reach settlement on flexible power supply options
With FERC approval, implements agreement among certain members to self-supply up to 50% of load requirements.
New credit facility to be used for corporate liquidity and to support its commercial paper program.
Federal regulatory agency notes potential for “significant uncertainty” that could have had cost impacts for all Tri-State utility members.
The settlement sets near-term greenhouse gas emission (GHG) reductions targets for Tri-State.
Advancement of reliable, affordable, responsible power highlighted at Tri-State's 70th Annual Meeting
Tri-State accelerates Responsible Energy Plan transition in 2021, including 4% wholesale rate reduction and entry into two electricity markets.
Tri-State filing with Colorado Public Utilities Commission would result in retirement of Rifle Station
If approved, the 85-megawatt combined-cycle facility would retire on or about Oct. 6, 2022.