Proposed Platte River Policy For 100%  Carbon-Free Electricity By 2030

At its November 27 meeting, the Estes Park Town Board unanimously passed a resolution of support for Platte River Power Authority's proposed Resource Diversification Policy that could transition Estes Park and Platte River's other owner communities to 100 percent carbon-free electricity by 2030 provided a number of technological and market advancements occur in the near-term.

The Platte River Board of Directors, which includes Estes Park's Mayor Todd Jirsa and Utilities Director Reuben Bergsten, is expected to vote on the proposed policy at its December 6 regular meeting. Watch for more information including meeting materials at www.prpa.org/about-prpa/leadership/board-meetings/.

The Town of Estes Park and Platte River Power Authority will continue to work together with a commitment to providing reliable electric service, maintaining financial sustainability and being good stewards of the environment.

Read the resolution at files.constantcontact.com/919b6d76201/03a406c7-afbe-43a6-986c-aeb56b8af3b8.pdf

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