How Renewables Are Scrambling Electrical Generation Portfolios and Lowering Rates

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Electricity delivered to six towns and cities in southeastern Colorado will be coming from a new source beginning in February 2025—and likely at less cost.

Arkansas River Power Authority, the provider for the six municipalities, has entered into a contract with Guzman Energy through 2043.

“We wanted a wholesale power supplier capable of providing us with stable, long-term competitive pricing as well as the flexibility for self-supply renewable energy,” says Rick Rigel, general manager of Arkansas River Power.

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