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Ride-sharing not friends with transport companies

Ride-sharing not friends with transport companies

Uber Technologies and Lyft, both San Francisco-based giants in the ride-sharing industry, have expanded to Colorado Springs over the past several months. Ride-share businesses allow consumers to hail rides from everyday people who use their personal vehicles in exchange for fares. The connection is made via a smartphone app and the costs rival, and often… Continue Reading Ride-sharing not friends with transport companies

Ron Binz resigned as chairman of the Colorado Public Utilities Commission. Binz said he will resume his consulting practice, focusing on clean energy issues. He was appointed to the PUC by Gov. Bill Ritter in 2007. His term ended Jan. 10, 2011. “I am leaving the commission to work with organizations that promote clean energy… Continue Reading Binz resigns as chair of Public Utilities Commission

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State protests gas company rate increase

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The Colorado Office of Consumer Counsel is challenging the request of SourceGas Distribution to raise the rates for 87,000 natural-gas customers in the state. The consumer council office filed its protest with the Public Utilities Commission this week, objecting to the $6 million rate increase. The company is also seeking a 12-percent return on equity,… Continue Reading State protests gas company rate increase

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