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Monetization of Roll Over Credits for all Solar Customers
Xcel Energy and solar stakeholders recently agreed to change the way net-metered solar customers receive bill credits for the excess electricity their solar panels generate. This ch [...]
Xcel recently released a presentation on battery storage to its battery sub-group meeting. The presentation can be found here: Battery Sub-Group Mtg 3.29.3018_final
The post Xcel Battery Interconnection Process Presentation appeared first on Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association. [...]
We are pleased to announce the 2018 PSCo-EVRAZ Solar Request for Proposals (RFP) has been issued today, Thursday, February 1, 2018. Bids will be accepted until 4 p.m. MT on February 26, 2018.
This is a standalone RFP and is not part of, and will not be evaluated in conjunction with, Public Service Company of Colorado’s (PSCo) 2017 All-Source Solicitation and the 2016 Electric Resource Plan. The proposed project, selected through this RFP, is contingent on the approval of the Colorado Energ [...]
A proposal that would lead to the closing of two Pueblo coal plants a decade earlier than planned is before the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, after COSEIA joined with 13 other groups and Xcel Energy asking that the plan be considered. If approved, it could lead to $2.5 billion in clean energy investments in rural Colorado and up to 700 megawatts more solar energy.
COSEIA had extensive discussions with members about the proposal because the plan is to pay for the early coal plant retire [...]
An Administrative Law Judge recommended granting Xcel’s request for Revenue Decoupling for residential customers, meaning cost recovery will no longer be based on how much electricity is sold. COSEIA hopes this decision will be good news for solar development by removing a disincentive Xcel has cited to expand solar.
The commission refused Xcel’s request for a weather adjustment, which was a victory for solar advocates. The recommended decision did not grant decoupling for [...]
Increased fixed costs with lower energy prices will make renewable energy and conservation investments less attractive
Denver, CO, June 2, 2016 – Members of the public will have a chance to be heard June 9 and 16 at hearings on new rates that will affect everyone who pays an electric bill to Xcel Energy. The utility’s proposal would send price signals that discourage energy conservation and rooftop solar energy.
Xcel Energy has mounted a massive PR campaign to convince Coloradans t [...]
The three-member Colorado Public Utilities Commission on November 9, 2017 gave oral approval to a landmark settlement between Xcel Energy and two dozen organizations that will provide progress on energy policy for years to come. The Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association (COSEIA), which played a key role last summer in negotiating the settlement across three separate dockets, praised the unanimous decision.
“Today’s decision will allow Colorado’s vibrant solar industry [...]