Federal Energy Regulatory Commission rules Tri-State fee on local Renewable power violates federal law. DMEA may buy from local renewable generators at negotiated rates. In a unanimous decision issued yesterday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in Washington D.C. struck down a fee imposed by Tri-State Generation & Transmission Association (Tri-State) on wholesale electric customers—such as DMEA—who purchase energy from renewable resources like wind, solar, hydro, or geothermal power.
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Delta-Montrose Electric Association is your member-owned and locally controlled rural electric cooperative. We are proud to energize and serve more than 27,000 members in Montrose, Delta, and Gunnison counties. As your not-for-profit electric utility we put you - our members - first, which means our programs and services, including this website, are designed to benefit you. If you can't find what you're looking for, please contact us.
Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA) announced the results of the 2016 Board of Directors Election last night at their Annual Meeting of Members. The results are as follows:
DMEA to Introduce Elevate Fiber at Annual Meeting of Members
At their Annual Meeting of Members on June 16, 2016, Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA) will introduce Elevate Fiber and demonstrate the fastest internet service on the market. Elevate Fiber, powered by DMEA, is the co-op’s new fiber broadband company that was recently established to bring fast, reliable, and quality internet service to members in Montrose and Delta counties.