Colorado Public Utilities Commission
The Colorado Public Utilities Commission says it will take action to stop the practice of illegal ride sharing in Denver and other cities across the state.
A CBS4 undercover investigation found a number of car services that have been operating illegally in Denver’s Lower Downtown neighborhood.
As ride-sharing apps Uber and Lyft flourish in the Denver metro area, taxi companies and drivers said the startups are unfairly and increasingly encroaching on their turf.
A controversial Denver towing company has infuriated some Denver police officers with its latest move: towing a car belonging to witnesses who were assisting Denver police officers with an accident investigation.
Bills could be going up for Xcel Energy customers.
Gov. John Hickenlooper has signed legislation that reroutes part of a $54 million annual ratepayer subsidy to telecom companies into a broadband fund to provide service in rural areas.
Xcel Energy and two solar industry groups have made a joint interim proposal to Colorado utility regulators on incentives that encourage customers to put panels on their roofs, they said Tuesday.
The Public Utilities Commission has reportedly found hundreds of violations involving Yellow Cab drivers logging too many hours on the road.
olorado’s Public Utilities Commission is reviewing Xcel Energy’s plans for ensuring solar and other renewable sources remain part of the state’s power mix as regulators debate rules for compliance with a renewable energy law approved by voters.
Xcel Energy Inc. is looking to add about 550 megawatts of wind power to its system in Colorado by 2016, which would boost its wind power by about 25 percent to more than 2,700 megawatts.