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Granby-based Mountain Parks Electric has committed to a 20-year wholesale power and energy-management services contract with Denver-based Guzman Energy. The contract begins Feb. 1, 2025, when Mountain Parks leaves Tri-State Generation and Transmission.
Mountain Parks Electric (MPE) has entered into a power sales agreement (PSA) with Guzman Energy to provide wholesale power and energy management services to the northern Colorado based electric cooperative.
Photo by Liam Debonis/Taos News
Developed with Guzman Energy and Luminace, new solar array will bring the KCEC local solar fleet footprint to ~50 MW.
Photo by Juan Antonio Labreche/High Country News
Kit Carson’s separation from Tri-State, which took nearly a decade, was driven by the persistence of its members.
Colorado-based wholesale power supplier to provide exit fees to 42 member electric associations.
Photo by James Downing/RTO Insider
FERC issued an order ending a couple years of litigation over what Tri-State can charge its exiting members, picking a "Balance Sheet Approach" initially proposed by departing member United Power and then modified by commission staff.
KCEC partners with Guzman Energy for wholesale power and energy management services that emphasize resilient, local distributed power and storage.
The Angel Fire Solar Project, with its 7.5 MW solar PV capacity and an impressive Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) boasting 3.75 MW (7.5 MWh), is now operational.
Photo by Kathryn Scott, Special to The Colorado Sun
Change is afoot on the wholesale power scene in Colorado. Mark Jaffe with The Colorado Sun unpacks the story. Guzman Energy is noted for being "the go to" wholesale supplier for fixed price contracts.
Communities are finding the benefits of serving as their own electric utility. New Mexico cities like Aztec, Raton and Gallup act as their own electric utility – and working with Guzman as their wholesale power supplier, enjoy price certainty and local control.
Guzman Energy will offtake 100% of renewable power generated by Shallow Basket, a new 190 MW solar + storage development in northern NM.
Guzman Energy customer Luis A. Reyes Jr. of KCEC shares an opinion letter about locally controlled energy with Utility Dive.