Pueblo’s Energy Future is a coalition of advocates from diverse backgrounds—the faith community, charities serving the homeless, environmental groups, renewable energy groups, concerned citizens, and representatives of city, county, and state governments. Pueblo’s Energy Future is committed to creating an energy future in Pueblo that is affordable, sustainable, and morally just, no matter how long that takes.

This group was formed in response to an eight-year track record of Black Hills Energy making business decisions that were consistently in the best interest of its stakeholders, but that were consistently not in the best interest of Pueblo’s stakeholders, which include Pueblo’s low-income population, its residential ratepayers, and its commercial and industrial businesses.

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Hey everyone! Join us today Saturday, May 19th at Victory Outreach (900 E Routt Ave) from 3pm to 7 pm. This event is aimed at driving awareness and membership to the B.A.N.D. (Bessemer Association ... See more

2 months ago
Nederland inks deal to draw solar energy to power municipal buildings

Nederland will purchase all of the electricity it uses to power municipal buildings from solar gardens expected to be operational in Weld County by October, a move officials say will put the town ... See more

2 months ago

Does anyone have experience with HOAs and adding solar? This is a community of individuals patio homes and townhouses. The main question (so far) is whether or not the insurance thru the HOA will ... See more

2 months ago

Who does phase 2 energy audits for commercial building? Thanks!

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