This November, our employees heard from four veterans whose diverse career paths led them to Tri-State.
Tri-State's Barbara Walz was voted on to the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry board for a 3-year term.
Nearly 100 teens gathered at Glen Eden Resort near Steamboat Springs for annual Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp.
Two years ago last April, Colowyo Mine started on their way toward more than 800,000 hours without a lost-time accident.
Rebates are not just for upgrades to light fixtures in older buildings, also known as retrofits. New construction can tap into energy rebates during the design phase of a building. As long as you lease or own the facility, all it takes is some pre-construction planning for you and your business to save money on electricity for years to come.
McInnes testified about Tri-State's challenge to the Clean Power Plan at a hearing before the US Senate.
Much can be accomplished when businesses and utilities work in the cooperative spirit to help members achieve their energy efficiency goals.
Over the past 12 months, Wheatland Rural Electric Association has found a number of ways to partner with local businesses to increase the effect of their contributions.
Don Roberts took steps to reduce operating costs for his small business by participating in programs to save money with LED lighting.