Paul Aiken, Daily CameraXcel crews work on power poles off Baseline Road in Boulder in April.
As was expected, Boulder and Xcel Energy jointly filed a request Tuesday seeking extra time to file agreements that state regulators required as part of the 2017 partial approval of the city’s plan to separate from Xcel and form a municipal electric utility.
It’s the second time the parties have requested more time. The three required agreements originally were due in December, but Boulder and Xcel asked for, and were granted, another three months to work on them.
That created a new deadline of March 13, which the parties signalled last week they would not be able to meet. In this latest filing, they’re asking for a June 11 deadline.
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The regulators at the state Public Utilities Commission required the following joint filings when they issued their ruling on Boulder’s application last year:
• An agreement between Boulder and Xcel that allows Xcel to permanently place and access facilities in Boulder that it needs to serve its remaining customers
• An agreement on a revised list of assets the city would acquire from Xcel, correcting “errors and omissions” from what was originally submitted in Boulder’s application
• An agreement, or multiple agreements, between Boulder and Xcel addressing the city’s payment to Xcel for costs the company incurs facilitating the separation
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Source:: The Denver Post – News