El Pasoans may know soon whether the City Council is going to require El Paso Electric to file a new rate case in hopes of lowering electric rates for El Paso area customers just a year after the company increased rates.
The city’s consultant for utility issues, El Paso lawyer Norman Gordon, is expected to deliver a report to the City Council on Tuesday with his preliminary findings on whether it makes sense for the city to open a new rate case, said city Rep. Cortney Niland.
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