• May 25, 2022

Search Results for: El Paso Electric

UTEP, El Paso Electric Unveil Next Phase of Partnership to

The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) and El Paso Electric (EPE) unveiled additions to the UTEP mobile, 26-foot-long, hands-on K-12 classroom designed to teach energy and engineering concepts and their real-world relevance while encouraging students to pursue STEM-related careers.   The electricity project additions to the Discover-E Engineering and Computing Lab classroom is […]Read More

El Paso Electric hosts Earth Day event at Cielo Vista

El Paso Electric will be hosting a second EV Showcase at Cielo Vista Mall this saturday at 1:00 PM El Paso Electric invites the community to view an assortment of electric vehicles, as well as other activities on Earth Day, this saturday. Doors will open at 1:00 PM and close at 4:00 PM. Community members […]Read More

El Paso Electric (EPE) Texas Appliance Recycling Program

Through April 30th, El Paso Electric (EPE) Texas residential customers can take advantage of the opportunity to recycle their old refrigerator or freezer and earn $70 while doing so through the Utility’s Texas Appliance Recycling Program. Plus, your appliance will be picked up safely at your home. You can get an extra $20 for recycling […]Read More

El Paso Electric and Better Business Bureau Paso Del Norte

The Better Business Bureau Paso Del Norte (BBB) and El Paso Electric (EPE) have joined forces to recognize the Federal Trade Commission’s 24th annual National Consumer Protection Week and share information with consumers across the region on how they can avoid scams, identity theft, and other important consumer protection issues. “BBB Paso Del Norte works directly […]Read More

El Paso Electric Requires Closure Along Interstate 10 in East

El Paso Electric Requires Closure Along Interstate 10 in East El Paso The developing areas of eastside El Paso County and the growing customer demand for energy will require El Paso Electric (EPE) to install new power lines that will need to cross Interstate 10 between the Eastlake and Horizon Boulevards’ exits. In order for […]Read More

City of El Paso Working on Behalf of Residents to

City of El Paso staff provided an update to the City Council and the public on the status of the El Paso Electric (EPE) rate case and its impact; the City’s position is to minimize the impact to residential ratepayers and to emphasize the importance of prioritizing our residents’ quality of life over individual organizational […]Read More

El Paso Electric Receives $25,000 in Grants for Installation of

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has awarded El Paso Electric (EPE) with two $12,500 grants for the installation of 10 public level 2 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The grants were made possible by the Texas Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Program (TxVEMP) at TCEQ. These charging stations will be installed in a variety of […]Read More

City Opposes $41.8 Million El Paso Electric Rate Case Increase

The City of El Paso and twelve other intervenors are currently participating in the Public Utility Commission of Texas public hearing regarding El Paso Electric’s proposed rate increase. In June 2021, the City Council voted unanimously to suspend the rate increase proposed by El Paso Electric (EPE) for its Texas retail customers. EPE filed an […]Read More

El Paso Electric Sees Rise in Scam Calls

Over the last several days, El Paso Electric (EPE) has received calls from EPE customers reporting that scammers are threatening to disconnect their electric service for non-payment or to pre-pay a new meter. As these scams become more sophisticated, customers should hang up and call an El Paso Electric phone number to report the call […]Read More