Colorado RPS Legislation Passes First Hurdle

February 6, 2004 [] The Colorado House Committee on Transportation & Energy passed HB 1273 this week on a 12-1 vote. Establishing a renewable energy standard for Colorado’s two investor-owned utilities, this legislation enjoys bipartisan support and has the potential for creating over a billion dollars of new capital investment in Colorado’s rural areas, while providing stable and affordable electricity rates for customers of Xcel Energy and Aquila. For more information on HB 1273, see the following link.
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