After months of investigation into Coloradans’ high utility bills, a legislative remedy meant to protect customers from extra costs was signed into law today.
DENVER — After Xcel Energy recorded profits this year and Coloradans saw sky-high bills, scrutiny of utility companies led to the signing of a new law meant to protect customer interests, and their wallets.
A utilities bill signed into law on Thursday limits costs utilities like Xcel can pass on to their customers. It’s the end result of a Joint Select Committee established to investigate high utility rates and legislative solutions, headed by Democratic state Senator Steven Fenberg.
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