EPE continues to offer COVID Customer Relief through various programs
A new year can lead to new opportunities. For EPE customers seeking out assistance on their electric bills, there are plenty of opportunities to get the help you need as soon as today.
EPE works with a variety of local organizations in both West Texas and Southern New Mexico that specifically assist customers with managing payments on their electric bills if they have fallen behind. With the effects of the pandemic still rippling across the world, anyone can certainly find themselves in a difficult situation.
Out with the old, in with the new: Paperless Billing Style!
Out with the old paper bill, and in with the new electronic bill. Take advantage of the new year by starting a new habit that helps you declutter and protect the environment by signing up for EPE’s paperless billing.
There are about 90,000 customers enrolled in paperless billing today. Did you know that this can help save 11 trees, decrease energy consumed by 14 refrigerators, cut more than 8,090 pounds of CO2 emissions, and even help save 9,630 gallons of water? Well, it’s true.
Now imagine what eliminating 333,000 more paper bills can do.
2022 is going to be electric: EPE unveils new Transportation Electrification Plan for New Mexico
A future where you will not have to pay to fill up your car’s gas tank or go in for an oil change is becoming a reality. EPE recently unveiled its newest initiative that will drive more than $1.2 million of investment in electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure, education and outreach across its Southern New Mexico service area – the Transportation Electrification Plan, or TEP.
EPE’s TEP is a two-year plan is aimed at increasing the number of EV adoptions by incentivizing the installation and usage of smart charging infrastructure through rebate and pilot rate programs. The TEP will also address the challenges associated with the lack of awareness of both the technology and benefits of EVs, which there are many.
EPE names Eric Montgomery a Regional Director of Government Affairs
El Paso Electric (EPE) calls on talent within the Company’s service area to help manage government affairs by naming Eric Montgomery as a Regional Director of Government Affairs. Eric joins a strong government affairs team and will manage EPE’s Southern New Mexico service territory that stretches from Anthony to Hatch, NM.