Tri-State's mission is to provide our member systems a reliable, affordable and responsible supply of electricity in accordance with cooperative principles.
200-MW wind project the second of eight renewable energy projects in Tri-State’s Responsible Energy Plan
Tariff advances contract flexibility, key component of Tri-State’s transformative Responsible Energy Plan.
Tri-State’s CEO Duane Highley joined New Mexico State University (NMSU) Chancellor Dan Arvizu and Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Senior Director David Porter on Sept. 10 in Grant, N.M., to dedicate the generation and transmission cooperative’s second “Farm in a Box” effort to identify value-added alternatives for sustainable agriculture production in the region.
Come Thanksgiving Day, people are busy cooking and preparing for the family gathering. In addition to making sure you have your meal ready in time, it is important to also consider the safety of your home. Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind for a safe and energy-efficient Thanksgiving Day celebration.
Electricity is one of the most dangerous hazards in your home, especially if you have pets. Pets, like children, are unaware of the dangers posed by plugs, wires, and electrical devices in the home. Fortunately, there are simple and preventive measures you can take to safeguard your pets.
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