El Paso Electric Issues a Request for Proposal for an Energy Efficiency and Load Management Market Potential Study
El Paso Electric (EPE) issues a Request for Proposal (RFP) for an Energy Efficiency (EE) and Load Management (LM) Market Potential Study (MPS) to select proposals from qualified consultants. The selected consultant(s) will work with EPE directly to complete the MPS that defines EE and LM programs for residential, commercial and industrial customers in EPE’s service area.
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The potential study will assess the technical, economic and achievable potential for reducing energy, demand, and shifting on-peak electricity usage through EE and LM programs. EPE is looking towards identifying all potential solutions for EE and LM programs.
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The MPS will be used to create EE and LM resources and levels to be modelled in EPE’s 2024 Integrated Resource Plan.
El Paso Electric is a regional electric utility providing generation, transmission, and distribution service to approximately 450,000 retail and wholesale customers in a 10,000-square mile area of the Rio Grande valley in west Texas and southern New Mexico.
El Paso Electric (EPE) first began serving its customers on August 30, 1901 as the El Paso Electric Railway Company. Initially, its primary business consisted of providing transportation via mule-drawn streetcars, which were replaced in 1902 with electric streetcars. By 1925, the Company’s core business had evolved to producing and distributing electricity. That year, the company changed its name to the El Paso Electric Company and began serving southern New Mexico as well
El Paso Electric’s more than 100-year history of providing electrical power to citizens throughout our region goes back 1901. You can learn more about our rich and diverse history here.
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