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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4 weeks ago
No hike for San Isabel Electric

No rate hike for Pueblo West residents served by San Isabel Electric.

While Pueblo West residents will face utility hikes in some of their bills, San Isabel Electric Association customers will remain the same.

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1 month ago
Have We Reached Peak Peaker? ‘I Can’t See Why We Should Build a Gas Peaker After 2025’

Natural-gas peaker plants may soon be under threat in a very real way.

The trend lines aren’t looking very good for natural gas peaker plants.

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Join or die: How utilities are coping with 100% renewable energy goals

"In Pueblo, Colo., the battle is newer and uglier. The City Council voted to join the 100% renewables movement and to study municipalization and termination of their Black Hills Energy (BHE) ... See more

Power companies are realizing that in many communities, the choice is between increasing clean energy or decreasing their own electricity sales.

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Timeline Photos

Over 200 people from across the state came to the Public Utilities Commission hearing last night in #Pueblo, #Colorado. Thank you to everyone who showed up and also a special thank you to those who ... See more

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