Following discussions lasting several days, the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) backed the power company’s voluntary decision to close the two coal-fired plants at Denver and Grand Junction, making Xcel the first utility in the U.S. to make such a move solely in an effort to reduce emissions.
Check that — it was voluntary, not forced, and “solely in an effort to reduce emmissions.” Right on!
Now what I want to know is why can’t Michigan do anything like this for crying out loud?
This kind of thing goes under my personal heading for reasons to get the hell out of Michigan, which is a fine state but is being run into the ground by bone heads in the state capital and other assorted yahoo, and moving to a state like Colorado.
Also, Mork lives in Denver!
And I’m pretty sure that the Bronocs have a better chance of getting to the Super Bowl than the Lions. But then you could probably say that about most any other NFL team, right.
Of course, it is home of the Avalanche and they suck my Detroit Red Wings fan ass, so…