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Tri-State Updates Its 20 Year Resource Plan

Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association Inc., a Colorado coop, may have to develop less renewable energy than originally expected thanks to the projects that its members are developing individually.  These projects include wind, solar, small hy
August 30, 2011

Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association Inc., a Colorado coop, may have to develop less renewable energy than originally expected thanks to the projects that its members are developing individually.  These projects include wind, solar, small hydro and waste recovery projects and one project to recover methane from landfills.  Given these projected new resources, Tri-State plans to update the 20-year plan for Colorado regulators.  For example, Tri-State originally projected it would need the equivalent of about 150 megawatts of extra wind generation in 2015 beyond what it has now to meet Colorado and New Mexico renewable energy standards, but it now forecasts that will be closer to 50 megawatts.  Click here for the full story.

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