The FERC late today ordered that it has exclusive jurisdiction over Tri-State's rates and member system exit charges
New Mexico 253-megawatt facility will begin transition efforts toward decommissioning.
"Our goal is to remain the best and most competitive power supply option for our members," said CEO Duane Highley
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