By working with our members, our approach to the CTP is evolving to be more workable for our members.
Tri-State will file a simpler and more transparent contract termination payment with the FERC.
Fitch Ratings has reaffirmed Tri-State’s long-term issuer rating at A-, short-term rating at F1 and maintained their ratings outlook at Stable.
Initial results announced for first-ever “open season” for members wishing to transition to self-supply options.
FERC has issued an order on Tri-State’s filing of procedures to implement the power cooperative’s contract termination payment (CTP) methodology.
Moody’s Investors Service recently affirmed its ratings of Tri-State, including the cooperative’s senior secure debt at an “A3” rating.
Our members are receiving even more clean energy from Tri-State with the new Crossing Trails Wind Farm in eastern Colorado.
Tri-State has approved a proposed settlement of its wholesale rate and contract filings made with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
S&P changes Tri-State issuer rating but maintains a stable outlook. Tri-State is focused on long-term, clean energy transition and member flexibility.