Xcel’s Colorado Energy Plan

Advancing affordable clean energy

Thursday Feb 13, 6:30 to 8 PM

Columbine A Room

Penrose Library

20 N. Cascade Ave, Colorado Springs

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Alice Jackson will talk about Xcel’s Colorado Energy Plan (CEP).  Xcel Energy is an investor owned utility that provides half of the electric power used in Colorado.  Their CEP is a roadmap to reduce carbon emissions while maintaining competitive rates.  The plan contains a portfolio of existing and new wind, solar and storage projects while retiring coal-fired generation.  In 2017, Xcel produced 28% of its power for Colorado from renewables.  Their goal is to reduce carbon emissions 80% from 2005 levels by 2030.  Their vision is to be 100% carbon free by 2050.

 

Alice K. Jackson is President, Xcel Energy – Colorado.  Previously, Jackson was area vice president of Strategic Revenue Initiatives, leading the company’s revenue growth strategy. From 2013-2016, she was regional vice president, Rates and Regulatory Affairs, Xcel Energy – Colorado. Jackson joined Xcel Energy in 2011 as regional vice president, Rates and Regulatory Affairs, Xcel Energy – Texas, New Mexico. She has a wealth of experience in managing government and stakeholder relations, as well as developing innovative products and services for customers gained over a 17-year career in the energy industry.

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