Steering Committee of Cities Served by Oncor
Supporting Reliable Electric Service
at Fair Prices since 1989
One of the state’s most important municipal coalitions in electric utility ratemaking is the Steering Committee of Cities Served by Oncor, an organization of more than 140 Texas cities with residents served by the Oncor transmission and distribution utility.
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News & Updates
Oncor Releases Quarterly Financial Results and Rate Case Final Order Update
Oncor reported $194 million quarter-over-quarter decrease, partially the result of rate base disallowances.
Legislative Update: House version of SB 2012 Caps Costs of Controversial ERCOT changes
SB 2012 would place limits on the potentially expensive Performance Credit Mechanism, authorized by the PUC.
Oncor Provides Rate Case Update, Reports Annual and Quarterly Financial Results
Oncor cites rate hikes, increased consumption and customer growth for a $135 million annual revenue increase.