Media Kit


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Media Kit
Network Magazine
Manager's Forum





The documents in Tri-State's media kit are meant to provide a snapshot of how our association functions.


Learn more about Tri-State’s operations and facilities located throughout its 200,000 square-mile service territory by watching a few short video clips.



General information questions, media inquiries, policy and resource planning questionscan be directed to:

Lee Boughey, Sr. Manager, Communications and Public Affairs
(303) 254-3555


Transmission development questions and media inquiries can be directed to:

Sarah Carlisle, Public Affairs Coordinator
(303) 254-3396



Tri-State Media Kit:


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About Tri-State

About Tri-State

Tri-State G&T is a wholesale electric power supplier owned by the 44 electric cooperatives and public power districts that it serves. The association generates and transports electricity to its member systems in Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming.

Business Profile

Business Profile

Based in the Denver-metro area, Tri-State is Colorado's second largest electric utility. With a 5,900-megawatt generation portfolio and 5,348 miles of high-voltage transmission line, the G&T provides power for more than 610,000 member-consumer meters in four states - a population of approximately 1.5 million people.


Tri-State Map

Tri-State Map

Tri-State's headquarters and operations center are in Westminster, Colo., and it has generating and transmission facilities located throughout the four-state area. The G&T's member service territory encompasses more than 200,000 square miles.

Major Events

Major Events of 2014

Tri-State continued to deliver on its commitment to provide affordable and reliable electricity in the past year, managing the risks facing the association and the utility industry while meeting its corporate objectives and financial goals.



Updated: April 2, 2015







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