One of Colorado Commissioner Frances Koncilja’s biggest concerns is that the regulators could approve a utility’s multimillion-dollar investment plan, only to have that technology be dated by the time it’s installed.
“To hear yesterday that technology is moving so quickly now that wind [being installed today] could be legacy technology is a little frightening to me,” she told the audience on day two of GTM’s Power & Renewables Summit in Austin, Texas. Having recently approved Xcel Colorado’s $1 billion plan to build 600 megawatts of wind...
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