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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6 months ago
Xcel Energy power plan would cut carbon emissions by half, use renewable sources for 55 percent of power


Xcel Energy Colorado unveiled a new power plan it estimates could save customers $215 million, cut carbon emissions by half and lift renewable sources to 55 percent of its electricity portfolio by …

6 months ago
Xcel sees solar, wind and Pueblo for its future power

We're happy to see some of the components in Xcel's 120 Day report filed yesterday with the Colorado Public Utility Commission. We're encouraged by the plan to increase renewable energy resources, ... See more

Xcel Energy's latest plan for electric production in Colorado calls for building three major solar power systems in Pueblo County, along with battery storage, and additional wind power that would

6 months ago

Looking forward to reading Xcel's Clean Energy Plan, in their 120-day report. Glad this is moving forward - interested in engaging in this opportunity.

6 months ago
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