June 1 2018: Telluride Sports Makes 100 Percent Commitment to San Miguel Power Association’s Green Blocks Program
* All 11 Vail Resorts Retail locations in Telluride including five Telluride Sports stores, Telluride Sports Ski Tune Center, San Miguel Angler, Neve, Patagonia, Burton, and The North Face will participate in the San Miguel Power Association Green Block Energy Program *The 100 percent purchase of renewable energy credits will support the Vail Resorts’ “Epic Promise for a Zero Footprint” *All stores have converted to LED light bulbs to reduce overall energy usage, offset Green Block costs, and reduce landfill waste
BROOMFIELD, Colo. – June 4, 2018 – In a recently signed agreement, all 11 shops in the Vail Resorts Retail/Telluride Sports family are joining the San Miguel Power Association’s (SMPA) Green Blocks program that allows participants to purchase renewable energy credits.
How it works: Electricity generated by renewable resources is placed on the same grid as traditional electricity. The purchase of Green Blocks guarantees that the renewable energy being purchased is actually generated from...
There are currently two scheduled power outages:
When: August 14, 2018
2:00 am to 5:00 am (early morning)
Area Affected: Appx. 1400 members in the west end of Montrose County, including Nucla, Naturita, Third Park, Ranchers, Bedrock, Spring Creek, Monogram, and Gyp Valley
Purpose: To replace a faulty substation transformer.
When: August 16, 2018
9:00 am to 11:00 am (2 hrs)
Area Affected: Appx. 90 members in Ophir area
Purpose: To cut into existing cable to add a transformer for upcoming project.
Check https://www.facebook.com/SanMiguelPower for updates on any ongoing unplanned outages.