• March 5, 2021

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El Paso Electric donates $10,000 to TTUHSC El Paso Initiatives

At the 2019 Community Partner Awards Reception, El Paso Electric donated $10,000 to the Texas Tech Foundation in support of programs at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso. The gift will be split between nursing scholarships, the Medical Student Run Clinic and sponsorship of the university’s Cookies, Cocoa and Holiday Cheer community event, […]Read More

Project Vida Receives $135K for Micro-Business Economic Development

Thanks to the participation of several local businesses, foundations and government, Project Vida‘s Microenterprise Technical Assistance Program (MTAP) has been funded to the tune of $135,000. GECU, El Paso Electric, WestStar Bank, Hunt Family Foundation, United Way of El Paso County and the City of El Paso all contributed a to Project Vida’s MTAP – the […]Read More

EP Electric Plans to Add 100’s of Megawatts of Solar

On Monday, officials with El Paso Electric (EPE) announced a plan to add both resources and infrastructure ahead of anticipated demand over the next 5 years. “These technologies provide a mix of carbon-free renewable and clean burning natural gas generation that will enable us to meet the growing need for power in our region in a […]Read More

El Paso Electric Accepting Applications for 7th Annual Summer High

El Paso Electric (EPE) is now accepting applications for the 2019 Summer High School Internship Program. The paid internship opportunity, in its seventh year, is open to all high school juniors in EPE’s service area (Van Horn, TX to Hatch, NM). The application deadline is February 3, 2019. EPE’s Summer Internship Program provides students with […]Read More

El Paso Electric Warns of Increase in Scam Calls

Officials with El Paso Electric (EPE) say they have seen an increase in the number of scam calls targeting customers, with over 60 reported just this month. Via a news release officials shared, “Scammers are masking calls to make it appear as if it was originated by EPE as well as resembling the customer service […]Read More

NM’s Public Regulation Commission Rushes to Approve Solar Project

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A hearing for a proposed community solar project near Las Cruces is scheduled for next month, even after El Paso Electric attempted to withdraw its proposal. New Mexico’s Public Regulation Commission has put the hearing on its calendar, despite opponents’ successfully arguing that the original proposal showed favoritism to the utility company over […]Read More

El Paso Electric: Scam Calls on the Rise

According to El Paso Electric (EPE) officials, the month of August has seen an increase in the number of scam calls reported to their offices. The scams involve the threat to disconnect service, if payment is not made immediately. Customers are asked to purchase a prepaid debit card and are provided with a number to […]Read More

Repairs to Damaged Downtown Utility Overpass Begin Sunday Night

Almost a month after a tractor-trailer driver ran his semi-truck into the overpass, crews with El Paso Electric and the Texas Department of Transportation are set to start repairs to the damaged utility bridge. The repairs begin Sunday night August 12, when EPE Crews will require a full eastbound and westbound closure on I-10 in the […]Read More

El Paso Electric Releases First Corporate Sustainability Report

On Thursday, El Paso Electric Company (EPE) released its first Corporate Sustainability Report, a compilation of the Company’s recent energy and environmental accomplishments. “As we continue innovating and working to do our part for the environment, we want to share our progress with our community,” said Mary Kipp, El Paso Electric President and Chief Executive […]Read More

El Paso Electric Wins 2018 ENERGY STAR Partner of the

El Paso Electric (EPE) announced Thursday that it has received the 2018 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year Award for its efforts in kilowatt-hours (kWh) savings and increased education about energy efficiency. “We’re very proud of this recognition because it means that our community places a lot of importance on energy efficiency, and we want […]Read More