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Because its board of directors and the public are not currently able to gather in person to deliberate and discuss future energy mix options, Platte River has made a request with the Western Area Power Administration to delay its IRP filing deadline. Please click here for more information.

Community engagement will be a significant element within the integrated resource planning process. Platte River will engage with our owner communities on multiple levels to gain public input from as many residents and businesses possible.


2020 focus group sessions

Platte River sponsored a series of focus group sessions with residents and business owners in each of its owner communities to discuss energy portfolio options. Colorado State University’s Center for Public Deliberation facilitated the focus groups for Platte River and will report their findings to Platte River’s leadership. Due to COVID-19, the Fort Collins focus group session was canceled and electronic input was gathered from customers.

Documents provided to focus group participants:


Presentations


Documents


Surveys

Platte River conducted community listening sessions and scientific surveys to learn more about what our owner communities want for their energy future. Below you can view the reports for the scientific surveys as well as each community's individual results. The individual results compare the surveys conducted at each community listening session and the scientific survey conducted by Inside Information.

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Estes Park

Fort Collins

Longmont

Loveland

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Community engagement will be a significant element within the integrated resource planning process. Platte River will engage with our owner communities on multiple levels to gain public input from as many residents and businesses possible.

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