Utilities Administration Section

The Utility Administration Section manages the City's conservation initiatives and manages utility account’s administrative responsibilities including service type transactions, utility invoice verification, and utility invoice payment processing for the City’s electric and natural utility accounts.  Utility Administration , negotiates and oversees the city’s franchise and license agreements with utility companies that utilize city rights-of-way, addresses issues with non-franchised utilities that utilize the city’s rights-of-way and administers fiscal and administrative responsibilities concerning telecommunications revenue.


Local Government Reporting

Energy Reporting

Senate Bill 241

The Texas Health and Safety Code §388.005(c) requires each political subdivision in a non-attainment area or an affected county to establish a goal to reduce electric consumption by at least five percent each state fiscal year. In 2019, the 86th Legislature passed Senate Bill 241, extending the timeline for this requirement seven years beginning September 1, 2019.

Each political subdivision, institution of higher education or state agency must submit a report annually to State Energy Conservation Office regarding the entity's progress and efforts to meet the five percent annual reduction goal.

SECO Energy Consumption Reporting Dashboard


HB 3693 Compliance

The City pays for electric, natural gas, and water-utility services for its municipal facilities and assets.  Herein represents the State-required reporting by electronic record of the metered amount of those utilities and the aggregated costs for those services.  The below provides compliance with the Texas House Bill 3693 whereby a governmental entity responsible for payments for electric, water, or natural gas utility services shall record in an electronic repository the governmental entity's metered amount of electricity, water, or natural gas consumed for which it is responsible to pay and the aggregate costs for those utility services.  


Fiscal Year 2019, 2020, 2021

 Utility Service Service Provider FY2019    FY2020    FY2021  
 Electricity The Texas General Land Office 244,260,717 kWh  264,127,058 kWh   183,785,228 kWh
Reliant Energy (NRG)  -  -  84,119,103
TXU Energy Retail Company, LLC  24,010,375 25,087,401  13,200,878
Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc.  4,294,200  4,475,665  4,968,399
Denton County Electric Cooperative, Inc. d/b/a CoServ Electric  489,975  413,744  422,852
 United Cooperative Services  9,653  11,652  3,792
 Natural Gas  Atmos Energy Corporation  270,092  MCF 678,710  MCF 715,125  MCF
 CenterPoint Energy Services, Inc  390,164  206,246  -
Symmetry Energy Solutions, LLC  -  -  468,170
 Water City of Fort Worth, Water Department  84,275,374 93,968,704 98,288,628
 Total Cost All Above $100,782,370   $92,871,550   $101,807,257  

 

Residential or Commercial Utilities (Electric & Gas):

If you are a citizen or new resident, please review the links below for more information regarding utility services in Fort Worth, Texas.    

Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUC)

Oncor Electric Delivery Company

Atmos Energy (natural gas services)

 

Contact Us

Juanita Rigsby C.E.P.
Energy Manager
817-392-8518