Pueblo’s Energy Future is a coalition of advocates from diverse backgrounds—the faith community, charities serving the homeless, environmental groups, renewable energy groups, concerned citizens, and representatives of city, county, and state governments. Pueblo’s Energy Future is committed to creating an energy future in Pueblo that is affordable, sustainable, and morally just, no matter how long that takes.

This group was formed in response to an eight-year track record of Black Hills Energy making business decisions that were consistently in the best interest of its stakeholders, but that were consistently not in the best interest of Pueblo’s stakeholders, which include Pueblo’s low-income population, its residential ratepayers, and its commercial and industrial businesses.

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Lower taxes will drop Black Hills rates

Ratepayers can be expected to save an extra $2.65 a month on their electric bill. How will this affect you?

Pueblo residential ratepayers should see at least a $2.65 a month drop in their electric bills this year because of the new lower federal taxes being charged to Black Hills

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Pueblo's Energy Future Winter 2018 Newsletter

Pueblo's Energy Future Winter 2018 Newsletter -

Lori Winner cites some facts in her editorial “Pueblo must weigh all facts in a city-owned utility move” (1/28/18). But she left out two critical points:

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Pueblo's Energy Future Town Hall (Moving Forward)

On August 28th, 2017, City council said it intends to take an "off-ramp" to end the franchise agreement with Black Hills Energy in 2020. They took this measure to act in the long-term interest of our ... See more

On August 28th, 2017, City council said it intends to take an "off-ramp" to end the franchise agreement with Black Hills Energy in 2020. They took this measure to act in the long-term interest of our ... See more

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