All Posts Tagged With: "Huerfano County"
The 29-megawatt Busch Ranch Wind development is sited 30 miles south of Pueblo in Huerfano County. It represents the power gen company’s first Colorado wind project, and will connect to the utility’s 94,000 electric customers with 36 miles of new transmission lines.17Oct2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
Grand Valley Citizens Alliance vs Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) was argued in front of the Colorado Supreme Court on Wednesday. At stake is whether landowners, citizens and community groups in Colorado can directly request a public hearing with the
COGCC on matters of oil and gas development.
Its been a discouraging year. I found myself confronted with the hard truth that we local, distributed clean energy advocates, climate and anti-frack/fossil fuel activists, and regular folks who just want affordable energy that doesn’t wreck the environment, are losing. No, it’s worse than that.6Sep2011 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
The approval of the settlement enables Black Hills Energy to construct and own 50 percent of the wind project and authorized the company to conduct a competitive solicitation for ownership of the other half. The development south of Pueblo will feature Vestas wind turbines built in-state.10Aug2011 | admin | 1 comment | Continued
The utility is proposing the 29-megawatt project as one piece of its plan to meet the state’s 30% renewable energy standard enacted last year. The turbine assemblies would be produced at Vestas plants here in Colorado.12Jun2011 | admin | 0 comments | Continued