Interest in energy and the environment continues to grow among utilities and environmental groups in Colorado, and delivering that energy affordably is on the minds of consumers. Last fall, Colorado Springs Utilities dropped the idea of a coal plant because of lobbying by Environment Colorado and concerns that were raised by residents during public meetings […]

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