Lowering electricity bills in Colorado
Study makes the case to Colorado legislators and others about the benefits to consumers of advanced energy markets
A new study commissioned by two electrical cooperatives in Colorado makes the case again for developed markets and coordinated transmission of electricity both through energy imbalance markets and, more robustly, thorough a regional transmission organization.
The news is less in the study results than the motivation of two cooperatives, Glenwood Springs-based Holy Cross Energy and Sedalia-based Intermountain Rural Electric Association. Why did they pay for this study?