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In accordance with Decision No C21-0017 in Proceeding No. 20A-0204E, Xcel Energy—Colorado agreed to provide 60/90-day notice to interested stakeholders of material changes to the Transportation Electrification Plan portfolios.

Under the 60-day notice, any proposal to add a new program or product, including innovation projects, or to change technical assumptions or eligibility requirements, requires the company to notify interested stakeholders, after which the stakeholders have 30 days to respond. The company then has 30 days to consider comments and make its decision.

When proposing to discontinue programs or products, the company will issue notice of discontinuance in a 90-day notice to interested stakeholders after which the stakeholders have 30 days to respond. Xcel Energy will then have 60 days after the deadline to consider the comments received and make a final decision on its proposed discontinuance.

Current 60-Day Notices

 
Program 60-Day Notice DescriptionNotification DateComments Due

Electric Car Share Underserved Comms Pilot 60 Day (PDF)

11/05/21

12/06/21

Municipal Refuse Fleet Pilot 60 Day (PDF)

10/28/21

11/29/21

Res Resiliency Managed Charging 60 Day (PDF)

10/28/21

11/29/21

Paratransit Mobility PRI Pilot 60 Day (PDF) 10/28/21 11/29/21
V2X and Resilience PRI 60 Day (PDF) 10/28/21 11/29/21

Contact

For more information, email Patrick Murphy, Regulatory Case Specialist.

Past 60-Day Notices

 
Program 60-Day Notice DescriptionNotification DateComments Due

DCFC Siting Summary Report (PDF)

(12/13/21)

 

Electric School Bus Program 60-Day Notice (PDF)

(9/27/21)

 

School Bus Electrification 60-Day Notice Summary Report (PDF)

(9/27/21)

 

School Bus Electrification Terms and Conditions (PDF)

(9/27/21)

 

Small Commercial Program 60-Day Notice (PDF)

(9/20/21)

 

Higher Emissions Community 60-Day Notice (PDF)

(7/16/21)  
Higher Emissions Community Summary Report (PDF) (7/16/21)  

Contact

For more information, email Patrick Murphy, Regulatory Case Specialist.

Filing materials for the annual Transportation Electrification Programs Adjustment will be available here. For the complete record of the most recent adjustment request, visit the CPUC e-archives at puc.colorado.gov and search for Proceeding No. 21AL-0459E.

If this proposal is approved, in 2022, a typical residential customer will see an increase of 16 cents per month on their electricity bill (or 0.2%) compared to current rates. A typical small commercial customer will see an increase of 17 cents per month on their electricity bill (or 0.15%) compared to current rates.

TEPA Advice Letter – 10/1/21 TEPA (PDF)
TEPA Legal Notice – 10/1/21 TEPA (PDF)
TEPA Customer Notice (bill onsert) – 10/1/21 (PDF)

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