Utilities Hunt for Loopholes

[Legislation] Colorado Springs Utilities is looking at options to get out from under renewable energy standards approved Tuesday by state voters. The utility is not alone. Sedalia-based Intermountain Rural Electric Association, the largest rural utility in the state with 122,000 customers in 10 counties, is considering how to sidestep an amendment critics say will cost consumers money and reduce local control over utilities.
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