Tri-State to close coal facilities in Colorado, New Mexico


January 10, 2020

DENVER (AP) — Two coal-fired power plants and a coal mine in Colorado and New Mexico will close, the utility Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association announced Thursday.

Tri-State, which serves 43 electric associations in Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, and Nebraska, announced the closures as part of its Responsible Energy Plan, the Denver Post reports.

The utility plans to close the Escalante Station in New Mexico by the end of this year. It said it will close two units at the Craig Station plant in Craig, Colorado, and its operation at the Colowyo Mine in northwest Colorado by 2030....

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