City officials are expecting that the Phase 2 study into electric municipalization would determine how much money the city would save if it ended its franchise agreement with Black Hills Energy and created its own utility.
Community leaders are looking toward conservation and new technologies as they plan decades into the future to keep delivering water to a thirsty community.
FERC on Thursday rejected multiple requests to reconsider its landmark electric storage order.
After first focusing on the cost saving benefits of advanced metering infrastructure, utilities are using the infrastructure and data AMI gathers in multiple ways, according to a report from the U.S. Department of Energy.
Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission voted May 10 to move forward with the rulemaking process for creating a Zero Emission Vehicle, or ZEV, program.
Fourth graders in Colorado Springs School District 11 will have a new appreciation for our water, and how it gets from “snowflake to tap” after spending time immersed in water... (read more)
One of the many benefits of a community owned utility is that you have a voice in the decisions made through public participation. This holds true with the development of... (read more)
While the weather this week doesn't exactly feel May-like -- even for Colorado -- it is a good time to tackle some spring cleaning projects inside your house that can... (read more)