At Poudre Valley REA we are committed to working with you, our members, on issues you care about.
The increasing cost of regulation on electricity providers is having an ever-greater impact on your monthly electric bill.
To help assure our members' voices are heard on this and other important issues, Poudre Valley REA has a Legislative Email Alert to keep you informed about regulations that may affect your electric bill.
Clean air and clean water are important aspects to our quality of life and public health. It is reasonable for the government to attempt to protect them through regulation. The trick is to balance the benefits of such regulation with the costs it imposes on consumers.
Tri-State G&T provides the wholesale power to Poudre Valley REA and 43 other electric cooperatives. Environmental and compliance costs were $231 million in 2011 and accounted for 20 percent of Tri-State's expenses. A recent study done by Tri-State for a typical consumer calculated that $13.99 of the average electric bill goes toward regulatory compliance costs.
How to Get Involved
Sign up for the Legislative Email Alert service
It is important that your voice be heard on these and other issues as they are debated in the statehouse and Washington, D.C. Making your voice heard is more important than ever before. Sign up to receive action alerts by email. It takes less than a minute but can make all the difference.
Your email address or other personal information will not be shared. Information you provide will be used solely for the purpose of Legislative Alerts.
Get involved with ACRE
The Action Committee for Rural Electrification (ACRE) is the federal Political Action Committee (PAC) of electric cooperative members across the nation. ACRE contributions supports candidates for the U.S. House and Senate who will speak for and protect the interests of electric cooperatives and their members. Contact the Cooperative at 1-800-432-1012 or via email at email@example.com to participate.
Follow updates on the electric industry Co-op Action Network.
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