As Platte River Power Authority (Platte River) prepares for its 2024 integrated resource plan (IRP) process, the public power utility will host its first community listening session on Thursday, June 1, at the Energy Engagement Center on its headquarters campus (2000 E. Horsetooth Road, Fort Collins, CO 80525). Free parking is available; food will be provided.
WHO: Community members served by the distribution utilities of:
- Estes Park Power and Communications
- Fort Collins Utilities
- Longmont Power & Communications
- Loveland Water and Power
WHAT: Platte River’s first 2024 IRP listening session, where the community will receive an update on work accomplished since the utility’s 2020 IRP to support the region’s energy transition. The community will also be able to provide feedback and questions to guide the development of Platte River’s 2024 IRP.
Questions may be submitted in advance by emailing 2024IRP@prpa.org.
WHEN: June 1, 2023
WHERE: Platte River Headquarters’ Energy Engagement Center
2000 E. Horsetooth Road, Fort Collins, CO 80525
“Platte River fundamentally believes in creating a robust planning process for the region’s energy future that includes input from our owner communities,” says Raj Singam Setti, chief transition and integration officer for Platte River. “We have one of the most aggressive noncarbon goals in the country, and as such, we have a commitment to provide reliable, environmentally responsible and financially sustainable energy that values and equally balances the mission and vision of the organization.”
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