In 1961, Dave and Kay James left California to live in Colorado and raise their children. They never could have guessed the impact James Ranch would have more than 60 years later.
As the beneficial electrification (BE) movement grows, no one should be left behind. La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) is taking action to ensure its consumers have the support they need to make the switch to BE. Their latest project involves Animas View Mobile Home Park, a member-owned residential community in Durango, Colorado.
Wheat Belt introduces the time-of-use (TOU) program for irrigators, which gives farmers the option to use energy at night and in the morning when energy is less expensive.
For the EV transition to be successful, drivers must have convenient, affordable and efficient charging stations available. They need to be able to charge at home, at work, in town and along highways and interstates as they travel. With that in mind, Gunnison County Electric Association (GCEA) has stepped up to meet the needs of EV drivers in their service territory.
About four miles north of Mount Crested Butte, Colorado, down a winding dirt road lies what was once the mining town named Gothic. The idea of making it easier for residents to get to their field sites prompted RMBL's Admin Manager Katie Harper to investigate electric bikes.
HEA and FreeWire have set up their latest charging technology at the Wagon Wheel Conoco just off the heavily traveled U.S. Interstate 76 near Julesburg, Colorado.
Co-op Youth Leadership Camp near Steamboat Colorado is a once-in-a-lifetime experience available to 75 students each summer. Students from Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas, and Oklahoma make their way to Glen Eden Resort just north of Steamboat. Over five days they make new friends, listen to top speakers and learn about the electric cooperative model while enjoying the beauty of the Rocky Mountains.
New Field Lighting for Akron, CO High School - It’s likely not the first thing on your mind when you pull into the parking lot at Akron High School. When visiting for a night game the average fan may not notice new field lighting but for the players, it’s quite literally a game-changer.
Tri-State celebrates Lineworker Appreciation Day on Monday, April 11. A day to honor the people who make up our Transmission Maintenance staff, which includes over 240 lineworkers and substation, construction, and telecommunication technicians. In preparation for this article, two members of Tri-State’s Communication team shadowed five lineworkers on a project in Poudre Valley REA’s service territory.