Several area customers have said that impersonators are seeking to obtain payment either over the phone or in person.
Xcel Energy is seeking an additional $13 million in annual revenues to cover costs associated with a $173 million investment of new and updated high-voltage transmission lines built in Texas.
David Hudson, a Lubbock native, began his career as a rate engineer in SPS’s rates and regulation department in 1983.
The Jones Generating Station can now produce enough electricity to power, on average, more than 637,000 homes.
Under the proposed new fuel cost factor, an average increase of $5.87 per month could be expected for a customer using 1,000 kilowatt-hours per month.
Xcel says the increase will help cover the cost of critical investments in new power lines, substations, and generating facilities to meet growing regional demand.
SPS is requesting proposals for wind generation resources that could begin delivery to SPS on or after January 1st, 2014.
A regional energy provider has been honored again for their relief work on the east coast.
Xcel was honored by the Edison Electric Institute with the association’s Emergency Assistance Award for their outstanding effort in Ohio last summer and in the Northeast for Hurricane Sandy.
The arts and economic sustainability focus areas are two of four annual grant cycles in which area nonprofits can participate. Other cycles are education and environment.