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Three Agencies Issue Bond Ratings For Lubbock Power & Light

Posted Aug 05, 2022

Fitch Ratings, Moody’s Investor Services and Standard & Poor’s issued bond ratings for LP&L. These ratings are important because they impact the long-term debt investment payments for LP&L as it transitions into the next phase of the municipal utility’s future.

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Lubbock Power & Light Retail Electric Competition Explainer

Posted Jun 27, 2022

Lubbock Power and Light is transitioning to retail electric competition, giving you the power to choose the electric provider that best meets your home and business energy needs.

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Solving Puzzles in the Control Room with SCADA

Posted Jun 14, 2022

Piecing together a puzzle in the middle of a hectic moment can be unnerving, but SCADA Transmission Operations Supervisor Cody Kirk and his team are up for the challenge 24/7, 365 days a year.

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Lubbock City Council Vote Solidifies Lubbock Power & Light’s Return to Retail Electric Competition

Posted Feb 22, 2022

LP&L hopes to transition to competitive retail electric service in late 2023 pending state regulatory approval to move all remaining customers into the ERCOT market.

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Electric Utility Board Votes In Favor of Transition to Retail Electric Competition

Posted Feb 15, 2022

Today, the Electric Utility Board voted in favor of transitioning Lubbock Power & Light (LP&L) to the competitive electric market in Texas, paving the way for Lubbock to once again have retail electric competition.

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Looking Back at 2021: LP&L's Top 3 Plugged In Stories

Posted Jan 06, 2022

What a year! This year we had to get accustomed to many changes in our everyday lives, but we are glad our community was there to help along the way. Here’s a look at the top 3 stories on Plugged In from 2021.

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Lubbock Power & Light Announces Joel Ivy As New Director of Electric Utilities

Posted Dec 28, 2021

Ivy will assume the role of Director following David McCalla’s retirement in April 2022.

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Meet Your Account Support Team

Posted Dec 07, 2021

In August 2021, the City of Lubbock Utilities created the Account Support department to assist large commercial accounts, reducing hold times and providing timely and efficient customer service.

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‘Tis the Season for Thanks… and Goulash!

Posted Nov 23, 2021

It’s that time of year when friends and family gather at the dining table to share lighthearted stories, enjoy some good laughs and reflect on what to be thankful for.

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