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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2 weeks ago
Pueblo looking to cut ties with Black Hills Energy in 2020

Pueblo looking to cut ties with Black Hills Energy in 2020. #pueblosenergyfuture #pueblo #blackhillsenergy #colorado #news

City council has passed a resolution to pursue an off ramp option in 2020--meaning the city would be in charge of managing its own utilities.

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3 weeks ago
City Council moves to study options to end Black Hills pact

Thank you to everyone who came out and showed your support. City Council room was over capacity and we had a unanimous vote. The turn signal for the offramp is on.

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The turn signal is on and Pueblo may take the utility "off ramp."

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3 weeks ago
Hope to see you tonight! City Council to Vote on Black Hills Offramp Resolution, Monday, September 25, 2017

City Council to Vote on Black Hills Offramp Resolution, Monday, September 25, 2017

The short answer to the affordability question is "yes." Actual costs to leave will vary depending on the path Pueblo chooses prior to taking the so-called "off-ramp," hopefully in 2020.

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4 weeks ago
Council to consider studying future without Black Hills

City Council seems poised to take a first step toward distancing the city from Black Hills Energy when it considers a resolution Monday night to study what would be involved

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