Public updated on Tri-State’s resource plan

In keeping with its goal of informing the public about its resource requirements and guidelines, Tri-State staff members held their annual 2011 Electric Resource Planning Public Input Meeting on Monday (Aug.29) at the association’s Hub Thompson Conference Center in Westminster.

Ken Reif, senior vice president and general counsel, discussed the process in which the association will proceed with its filing of the 2011 Electric Resource Plan with the Colorado PUC.

In addition to receiving public input on the association’s updated resource plan, this public forum is held to comply with requirements set forth by the Western Area Power Administration, as well as commitments to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission.

The presentation and discussions provided to the attendees offered an overview of what was done in the 2010 public participation process, detailed changes that will impact the updated resource plan and offered the audience an opportunity to provide input and comments on Tri-State’s plan.

Those who wish to comment on Tri-State’s electric resource plan also may do so on the association’s Web site through Nov. 1. The final 2011 Electric Resource Plan will be submitted to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission by Nov. 30.

Tri-State staff coordinating and presenting this year’s annual update of the association’s electric resource plan included Sarah Carlisle, Ken Reif, Kevin Cox, Blane Taylor, Mike Stortz, Rob Wolaver and Fred Stoffel.

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