• October 22, 2020

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EP Electric Now Accepting Applications for 2018 Summer High School

El Paso Electric (EPE) is now accepting applications for the 2018 Summer High School Internship Program. In its seventh year, this paid internship opportunity is open to all high school juniors in EPE’s service area. During Tuesday’s kick off event, EPE announced the opening of the application period to over 300 Bowie High School juniors, […]Read More

EP Electric Interns Raise, Donate $11k to Center Against Sexual

Thanks to the hard work and dedication of El Paso Electric’s (EPE) summer interns, an emergency center for victims of sexual and family violence is expanding. EPE’s Summer College and High School Interns chose to address the community issue of domestic violence for their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiative. As part of their initiative, the […]Read More

Urban Energy Forum to Discuss El Paso’s Energy Future

The City of El Paso Office of Resilience and Sustainability and the Department of Economic and International Development, in partnership with the Hub of Human Innovation and the Hunt Institute for Global Competitiveness, is hosting the Urban Energy Forum tomorrow. The Forum is aimed at exploring energy, technology, and sustainability and includes a dialogue surrounding […]Read More

El Paso Electric Launches new App to report Outages

El Paso Electric launches a brand-new app that allows customers to report power outages via their mobile devices. Rolled out on February 15, El Paso Electric’s new MyEPE allows users of the app to literally cut the cord when reporting outages. Now they simply do it with the touch of a button. According to El Paso Electric […]Read More