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Texas PUC Staff Proposes Schedule For Utilities To File Rate Cases (Charges Applicable To REPs)

April 06,2018

In implementing recent legislation, Staff of the Texas PUC have filed a recommended proposal for adoption that would establish an ongoing requirement for utilities within ERCOT to file a rate case within 48 months of their last rate case decision or settlement

For the initial rate cases under this new deadline process, the utilities would be required to file such rate case by the later of: 48 months of their last decision, or the following dates:

• Texas-New Mexico Power Company: August 31, 2018

• AEP Texas Inc.: May 1, 2019

• CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC: July 1, 2019

• Oncor Electric Delivery Company LLC: October 1, 2021

Given that some TDUs have recently gone over five years (and closer to 10) without filing base rate cases, the new deadlines would result in more frequent changes to underlying REP pricing based on TDU base rates (various TDU riders do change more frequently)

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