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Delta-Montrose Electric Association Gains New Power Supply Agreement

Holland & Hart served as project counsel to Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA), a member-owned and locally controlled rural electric cooperative, in the successful negotiation of DMEA’s withdrawal agreement with Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, Inc., and launching a new 12.5-year power supply agreement with Guzman Energy, LLC, a full-service wholesale power provider focused on providing market-based solutions. Under the new agreement, DMEA announced immediate plans to begin developing at least 10 megawatts of new solar generation projects in the Delta-Montrose region.

Holland & Hart’s Electric Power transaction team was led by Denver-based partner Ashley Wald, with support from corporate attorneys Chris Boling and Amy Lovin.

The Electric Power team leverages decades of power industry experience to help clients seize opportunities to produce, develop, generate, and move electric power in the renewable and conventional power industries.

For more information, please see DMEA’s press release.


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