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MPE forgoes rate increase after higher-than-expected, year-end revenues

At its February 14 board meeting, the Mountain Parks Electric (MPE) Board of Directors voted to forego a 1.1-percent electric rate increase originally scheduled to take effect on January 1, 2019. MPE’s energy sales during the final two months of 2018 yielded 14 percent above-budgeted revenue and thus negated the need for a rate increase.


Two decades of giving: MPE donates $1.2 million to the communities it serves

Since 1999, Mountain Parks Electric (MPE), through its Operation Round Up® Program, has donated $1.2 million to individuals and local organizations. MPE earmarks these funds to assist its income-qualified member-consumers pay for health care, living expenses and other pressing needs.

MPE's Letter to the Editor: Our democratic process, regulation, transparency and fiber-optic backbone investment

I would like to explain MPE’s democratic process, regulation, transparency, and enumerate the information that is made available to all of our member-consumers and to the public at large.

MPE awards more than $30K in local renewable energy rebates in 2018

Ryan and Justin Fosha
PHOTO: Granby's Ryan and Justin Fosha, beneficiaries of MPE's Green Power Program, pose in front of the 24.8 kW solar array at their family ranch 


MPE's power supplier to increase renewable power supply with new 100 Megawatt solar array in Colorado

Today, MPE's power supplier, Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, the nation’s leading generation and transmission cooperative for solar energy, announced that it will more than double its emissions-free renewable energy from the sun through a new project announced today with Boulder, Colorado-based juwi Inc.

Do you have an unclaimed Mountain Parks Electric capital credit check?

MPE, a not-for-profit electric provider returns margins from the sale of electricity to its members (customers) based on energy use during the year(s) the margins were earned.


MPE Board to further deliberate on proposed rate adjustment

On Thursday, January 10, the MPE Board of Directors heard a formal complaint from Fraser resident, Joe Smyth, a local co-op member, regarding  MPE's proposed $1.50 a month increase to its monthly residential service charge. The MPE Board of Directors hasn't yet made a decision on the complaint. It plans to deliberate further on the issues raised by Mr. Smyth.


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