Stakeholder outreach

Stakeholder outreach

Tri-State is committed to an open, transparent, and meaningful transmission planning process and welcomes input from all stakeholders concerning Colorado transmission projects and the possible alternative solutions. Stakeholder meetings are held to provide information specifically related to Tri-State's transmission plans in Colorado and the Colorado PUC’s new Transmission Planning Rule 3627 and to allow stakeholders the opportunity to participate in Tri-State’s transmission planning process.

Upcoming meeting

Colorado Rule 3627 stakeholder outreach and FERC order 890 stakeholder meeting

MEETING DATE AND TIME: August 18, 2017; 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

LOCATION: Tri-State Headquarters, 1100 W. 116th Avenue, Westminster, Colorado 80234 in the Hub Thompson Conference Room

OBJECTIVES: This meeting is intended to provide stakeholders another opportunity to participate in Tri-State’s transmission planning process. Much of the information has or will also be presented at Colorado Coordinated Planning Group (CCPG) meetings. 

Stakeholders will be able to provide input in connection with Tri-State's long range transmission plans. Such input and relevant alternatives will be considered and included in the appropriate biennial transmission plans submitted to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission pursuant to Commission Rule 3627, as developed in partnership with the Colorado Coordinated Planning Group. 

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Past meetings

Colorado Rule 3627 stakeholder outreach and FERC order 890 stakeholder meeting

Meeting date and time: Fri, May 12, 2017 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM MDT 
Location: Tri-State Headquarters, 1100 W. 116th Avenue, Westminster, Colorado 80234 in the Hub Thompson Conference Room

Objectives: This meeting is intended to provide stakeholders another opportunity to participate in Tri-State’s transmission planning process. Much of the information has or will also be presented at Colorado Coordinated Planning Group (CCPG) meetings. 

Stakeholders will be able to provide input in connection with Tri-State's long range transmission plans. Such input and relevant alternatives will be considered and included in the appropriate biennial transmission plans submitted to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission pursuant to Commission Rule 3627, as developed in partnership with the Colorado Coordinated Planning Group.

Information concerning Tri-State’s transmission projects is available at www.tristategt.org/TransmissionPlanning. Information will be posted on Tri-State’s transmission planning website to keep stakeholders informed as the planning process continues. Stakeholders may also comment, submit questions, submit alternatives, and/or provide information directly through Tri-State’s Transmission Planning website. 

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Colorado Rule 3627 stakeholder outreach and FERC order 890 stakeholder meeting

Meeting date and time: Fri. Dec. 9, 2016; 1:30-4 p.m. Mountain Standard Time

Location: Tri-State Headquarters, 1100 W. 116th Avenue, Westminster, Colorado 80234 in the Hub Thompson Conference Room

Objectives: This meeting is intended to provide stakeholders another opportunity to participate in Tri-State’s transmission planning process. Much of the information has or will also be presented at Colorado Coordinated Planning Group (CCPG) meetings. 

Stakeholders will be able to provide input in connection with Tri-State's long range transmission plans. Such input and relevant alternatives will be considered and included in the appropriate biennial transmission plans submitted to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission pursuant to Commission Rule 3627, as developed in partnership with the Colorado Coordinated Planning Group.

Information concerning Tri-State’s transmission projects is available at www.tristate.coop/transmissionplanning. Information will be posted on Tri-State’s transmission planning website pages to keep stakeholders informed as the planning process continues. Stakeholders may also comment, submit questions, submit alternatives, and/or provide information. Read how to your submit comments to Tri-State

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Colorado Rule 3627 stakeholder outreach and FERC order 890 stakeholder meeting

Meeting Date and Time: November 20, 2015; 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. Mountain Standard Time

Location: Tri-State Headquarters, 1100 W. 116th Avenue, Westminster, Colorado 80234

Objectives: This will be Tri-State’s final Transmission Planning Stakeholder Outreach meeting for 2015. Previous meetings, including those associated with the Colorado Coordinated Planning Group, discussed new and updated information relevant to Tri-State’s ongoing transmission planning activities.

This meeting will not be introducing new information, as long-term plans typically do not change within a few months. This meeting will provide an opportunity for continued participation in the planning process. Stakeholders will be able to provide input in connection with Tri-State's long range transmission plans. Such input and relevant alternatives will be considered and included in the appropriate biennial transmission plans submitted to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission pursuant to Commission Rule 3627, as developed in partnership with the Colorado Coordinated Planning Group. Alternatives proposed at this meeting may be referenced in the 2016 filing and will be incorporated, as appropriate, in the 2016/2017 study cycle.

As discussed in connection with Tri-State’s previous stakeholder communications related to the 2012 and 2014 Ten Year Plans, information concerning Tri-State’s transmission planning process is available at www.tristategt.org/TransmissionPlanning. Additional information will be posted on Tri-State’s transmission planning website to keep stakeholders informed as the planning process continues. Tri-State’s transmission planning website also provides an opportunity for stakeholders to comment on Tri-State’s identified transmission projects, submit questions, and/or provide information concerning alternative solutions you would like Tri-State to consider as part of the planning process. As described in Colorado PUC Rule 3627, Tri-State will evaluate alternative solutions identified by stakeholders and will include this information in its filings.

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2015 Transmission Planning stakeholder outreach and FERC order 890 stakeholder meeting

Meeting Date and Time: March 18, 2015; 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. Mountain Standard Time

Location: Tri-State Headquarters, 1100 W. 116th Avenue, Westminster, Colorado 80234

Objectives: The first meeting in 2015 will provide a summary of new information relevant to Tri-State's ongoing transmission planning activities, as well as updates on current projects and coordination with CCPG's Colorado Long Range Transmission Planning Group (CLRTPG). This meeing will also constitute Tri-State's FERC Order 890 stakeholder meeting and will provide an opportunity for stakeholders to provide input in connection with Tri-State's long range transmission plans. Such input and relevant alternatives will be considered and included in the appropriate biennial transmission plans submitted to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission pursuant to Commission Rule 3627, as developed in partnership with the Colorado Coordinated Planning Group.

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Past stakeholder meetings

2013 stakeholder outreach

2011 stakeholder outreach