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LP&L Spox Still Says Muni Will Implement Retail Electric Choice "As Soon As Practicable"
In a story concerning Lubbock Power & Light's transition to ERCOT, KCBD-11 quoted LP&L spokesperson Matt Rose as stating that, after initially moving...
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CPS Energy Still Looking At Shortfall, Rate Hike Possible
The San Antonio Express-News reports that while CPS Energy's budget forecast has improved, the municipal utility could still see a deficit of $54.4 mi...
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Report: CPS Energy Projects Potentially Big Losses This Year
The San Antonio Express-News reports that CPS Energy could see a loss this year ranging from $68 million to $100 million, due to reduced electricity ...
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CPS Energy To Seek 1,700 MW Of Resources; Solar, Storage, Firming
CPS Energy said that, in about a month, a competitive FlexPOWER Bundle RFP process will be released to help the utility transition from approximately ...
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CPS Energy Moves To Study Electric Rate Structure
CPS Energy is advancing plans to create a committee of volunteers to analyze the structure of its electricity rates, according to the Rivard Report (...
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Texas Senator Says Time To Review Whether Munis, Co-ops Should Be Required To Offer Electric Choice
Texas State Senator Charles Schwertner has said it is time to review whether electric choice should be required at municipal owned utilities and coope...
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Report: CPS Energy Rate Increase May Be Getting Closer
The San Antonio Express-News reports that a rate hike may be in the near future for Texas electric customers at municipal utility CPS Energy, as the u...
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Texas Residents Question City Leaders Why Electric Choice Not Available At Co-op
Several residents of Copperas Cove, Texas, during a town hall meeting about a proposed opt-in aggregation program for the city to be run by iChoosr, e...
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Texas City Selects Power Marketer For Energy Management
The City of Georgetown, Texas approved an agreement with Shell Energy North America for Shell to provide energy management services. A request for pr...
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ENGIE Developing 225 MW Solar Project In Texas, Names Offtakers
ENGIE North America recently hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking with county officials and customers for the 225 MW Long Draw Solar Project. ENGIE wi...
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Texas Municipal Utility Sues Solar PPA Counterparty
The city of Georgetown, Texas is suing Buckthorn Westex LLC, a solar developer contracted by the city, for alleged operational and performance issues...
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Customers At Muni CPS Energy (San Antonio) Complain About "Unusually High" Electric Bills
Customers at CPS Energy, the municipal electric utility of San Antonio, Texas, have taken to social media to complain about high electric bills, somet...
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San Francisco Seeks To Take Over PG&E Assets For $2.5 Billion
The City of San Francisco has presented to Pacific Gas & Electric an offer to take over PG&E's electric distribution assets and related infrastructure...
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Austin Energy Customers Facing Rate Hike Due To Plant Outages, Lack Of Wind During ERCOT Scarcity
Austin Energy customers are facing a rate hike due to the municipal utility having to rely on market purchases during peak ERCOT prices earlier this m...
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Chicago Mayor "Studying" Municipal Takeover of ComEd, After Push From 22 Alderman; Progressive Rates
WGN reports that Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has said her office is studying the idea of municipalizing Commonwealth Edison's electric system in the ...
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