• May 16, 2022

Tags : el paso electric

Op-Ed: With 50 years in the making, every day is

As El Paso Electric enters its 121st year of service to our region and we wrap up the 50th anniversary of Earth month, we take a moment to reflect on how our energy use impacts the planet and steps we can all take to mitigate those impacts. Over the past year, El Paso Electric formalized […]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 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

Bright Hearts Fund Relaunches to Now Assist All Residential EPE

The Bright Hearts Fund (Fund) has been transformed to now assist customers across the entire El Paso Electric (EPE) service region. With the effects of the pandemic still rippling through the community, the Bright Hearts Fund will use donations to assist those who are behind on electric bill payments. Donations to the Bright Hearts Fund […]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

City Denies El Paso Electric Rate Case

The El Paso City Council voted unanimously to deny El Paso Electric’s (EPE) proposed rate increase. “The City has been a strong advocate for its residents, and that advocacy in the previous five rate cases filed by EPE since January 1994 has resulted in nearly $155 million in savings, or an average $31 million per […]Read More