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Public Utility Energy Reporting

Municipally Owned Utilities or Electric Cooperatives
Report: Code Reference: Submittal:
MOU Report Utilities Code §39.9051 Annual report due on Apr. 1.
Co-Op Report Utilities Code §39.9052 Annual report due on Apr. 1.

Senate Bill 924 Reporting

Senate Bill 924 is an update of House Bill 3693 (80R).

Utilites must report to SECO annually using SECO’s standardized reporting form (pdf). The form should be completed and emailed to SECO at This email account only accepts emails that are less than 20mb. Please consider compressing your files before sending.

Senate Bill 924 Mandates

In 2011, the Texas 82nd Legislative Session passed Senate Bill 924 amending the Utilities Code §39.9051-§39.9052 to require certain utilities provide reports to SECO.

Beginning April 1, 2012, all municipally owned utilities and electric cooperative that had retail sales of more than 500,000 megawatt hours in 2005 must report to SECO information regarding the combined effects of the energy efficiency activities of the utility from the previous calendar year, including the utility's annual goals, programs enacted to achieve those goals, and any achieved energy demand or savings goals.

SECO provides the reports to the Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL) at the Texas Engineering Experiment Station of The Texas A&M University System. ESL will calculate the energy savings and estimated pollution reductions that resulted from the reported activities and share the results of the analysis with the Public Utility Commission of Texas, ERCOT, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

Public Power Reports

Visit Public Power Reports for a list of submitted reports.

For more information concerning Public Utility Energy Reporting, contact Stephen Ross.

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