Legislation passed this week requiring investor-owned electric utilities to switch from coal to natural gas had the support of environmentalists, gas producers and the company most affected by its mandates, Xcel Energy. But not Colorado Springs Utilities. Backers of HB 1365 said that aging coal-fired plants, such as those operated by CSU, are inefficient, dangerous […]

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