Dec 10, 2012 8:25 PM by Bill Folsom

Snow and cold spike utilities demand

The storm track that went through Colorado Springs over the weekend, took temperatures from moderate to very cold in just hours. As the temperature dropped, the demand on utilities in Southern Colorado went up.

At Colorado Springs utilities the draw on electricity went up around 20-percent. So many people turned up their heat the demand on natural gas basically doubled.


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