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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Colorado Public Utilities Commission
The Public Utilities Commission of the State of Colorado (PUC) provides regulatory oversight of public utilities in the State of Colorado of the United States. - Source: Wikipedia
Colorado regulators are proposing to eliminate rate and service quality supervision of basic land-line telephone service along the Front Range as part of efforts to cut a $50 million subsidy program.
The Colorado Public Utilities Commission will take public comment Monday on Xcel Energy's proposed Renewable Energy Standard compliance plan.
Xcel Energy wants to limit its energy efficiency and solar rewards programs in Boulder as the city moves closer to starting its own municipal electric utility unless the city agrees to pay Xcel for Boulder customers' excessive use of those programs.
The White House's nominee to a top energy post withdrew on Monday, conceding defeat in a fight that had turned into a major battleground for President Obama's climate agenda.
President Obama's nominee to head an obscure but powerful energy panel is in deep trouble on Capitol Hill, but the White House said Thursday it's still standing by Ron Binz in what is shaping up to be a major battle over Mr. Obama's climate agenda.
President Obama's nominee to head the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission asked top officials at BP oil company to lobby on his behalf, further expanding the list of lobbyists and former lobbyists Ron Binz has worked with as he's tried to win the chairmanship of the obscure but powerful panel, according to new emails released this week.
President Obama's nominee to head the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission apologized Tuesday for what described as inadvertently misleading senators about a team of lobbyists backing his bid for chairman of the obscure but powerful panel, and asked for a chance to meet and clear the record.
Colorado's heavily regulated taxi industry isn't cooperating with many aspiring immigrant businessmen, causing some local politicians to ask why government is getting in the way of the free-market system.