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City Council passed a resolution Tuesday allowing Colorado Springs Utilities to authorize certain tariff changes to modify its time-of-use services, in which businesses can choose to re-allocate energy usage and save money. Three options are geared toward reducing the cost of electricity for commercial and industrial users, said Dennis Senger, pricing manager for Colorado Springs… Continue Reading New resolution allows utility pricing changes

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Is energy deregulation right for Colorado?

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Millions of years ago, dinosaurs walked the earth. They didn’t have to worry about heat when it was cold outside or lighting a gas stove to cook food. Little did Tyrannosaurus Rex realize that his remains, also known as fossil fuel, would provide man with needed energy to survive many epochs later. Energy exists as… Continue Reading Is energy deregulation right for Colorado?

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With the cost of energy rising and many businesses finding themselves in a financial pinch one local school system may have found a way to keep costs down. Colorado Springs School District 11 recently implemented a pilot program whereby a building’s heating and cooling is produced by a geothermal method. The guinea pig for the… Continue Reading Colorado Springs school implements pilot program for geothermal heating

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