GLENWOOD SPRINGS, COLO., March 18, 2020 — Holy Cross Energy (HCE) announced today that its recently-resigned Board Chair, Megan Gilman, has been confirmed as a Public Utilities Commissioner for the State of Colorado. The Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC) is…
Did you know, Holy Cross Energy is in the business of reducing anxiety? Range anxiety, that is. One of the biggest drivers for people to make the switch to an electric vehicle is having a place to charge it. Together,…
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Town of Eagle joins PuRE. The town board voted on Jan. 14 to offset electricity use with renewable energy.
Featuring key accounts spotlight Q&A: Eagle River Water & Sanitation, who chose to join HCE’s PuRE program to go 100% renewable.
Now at 39% renewable power, HCE will jump to 70% renewable energy with an agreement with Guzman Energy for 100 megawatts of electricity.
Nov. 2 – A glimpse into our energy future -New energy goal set, free level 2 chargers and ways to save on energy this winter