Retail Competition Plan for Brady, Celeste, Colorado City, and Stanton Service Territories
On August 17, 2012, the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) unanimously approved the retail competition plan filed by Sharyland Utilities that will transition its Brady, Celeste, Colorado City, and Stanton service territories to retail electric competition as early as May 1, 2014.
Sharyland's retail customers in these service territories currently do not have the option to purchase their power in the competitive retail electric markets. Their electric rates are still regulated and set by the PUCT.
Under the approved plan, Sharyland will host public meetings beginning in 2013 to help prepare our customers for the transition to competition.
As this process continues, additional important dates and timelines related to the transition to competition will be added to this page as appropriate.
In the meantime, please visit www.powertochoose.org to learn more about the competitive retail electricity market in Texas.
For more information about Sharyland's retail competition plan, please click the links listed below or call our Customer Service Department at 800-442-8688.
You may also access documents related to this proceeding by following the directions below.
- Click on link above
- Click on Filings Search
- Enter 39592 in the box labeled "Control Number"
- Click Search
On July 13, 2010, Sharyland Utilities began serving additional customers in territories that were formerly served by Cap Rock Energy. These areas now comprise our Brady, Celeste, Colorado City, and Stanton service territories. Please click here to learn more about the transaction.
As part of the settlement agreed to by all parties involved in the regulatory approval of the transaction, Sharyland Utilities agreed to file a retail competition plan within one year that would analyze and outline the steps that would be required to possibly transition all territories formerly served by Cap Rock Energy to retail electric competition.
On July 13, 2011, Sharyland filed its retail competition plan under PUCT Docket No. 39592.