Who provides electricity in Lubbock?

LP&L is a municipally-owned electric utility. Currently, LP&L buys most of its power from Xcel Energy with 7% of its energy coming from wind generation. To see a map of the TX PUC CCN service areas for electric service in Lubbock you can visit this the LP&L website.

How do I report a power outage in Lubbock Texas?

Report. ELECTRIC OUTAGE: To report an electric outage, email or text Lubbock Power & Light at [email protected] or you may call (806) 775-2509. Please provide your service address, a phone number and any other information you can share about the nature of your outage.

Who bought Lubbock power and Light?

LUBBOCK, Texas – Lubbock Power & Light (LP&L) and Southwestern Public Service (SPS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Xcel Energy, are pleased to announce the signing of a purchased power contract providing 400 megawatts of capacity and energy scheduling beginning on June 1, 2019 and extending through May 31, 2021.

Where can I pay my Lubbock power and Light bill?

The automated kiosks are available in the Customer Service Center at 1301 Broadway, Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and accept cash, credit, debit and check payments.

Is Lubbock on the Texas power grid?

The city made plans to join the state’s main power grid in 2015. But some residents and leaders feel anxious about the move after February’s deadly winter storm.

Is Lubbock Power and Light part of ERCOT?

We began the process to join ERCOT in September of 2015. The original benefits of joining ERCOT still remain today. LP&L is on track to transfer approximately 70% of the electrical grid to the ERCOT market by June of this year.

Does Lubbock Texas have electricity?

LP&L’s electric system includes hundreds of circuits serving over 108,000 electric meters in the City of Lubbock.

Why is LP&L going to ERCOT?

LP&L is expected to be able to provide savings to our customers through affordable power in an open and accessible market. Expected to provide a diversified energy portfolio from Texas-based power plants with access to West Texas wind and natural gas, solar and coal from across the state.

Who owns Lubbock?

City of Lubbock
LP&L serves more than 101,000 electric meters and owns and maintains 4,300 square miles (11,000 km2) of power lines and three power plants in and around the City of Lubbock, Texas….Lubbock Power and Light.

Trade name LP&L
Revenue $243.9 million USD (2017)
Owner City of Lubbock
Website lpandl.com

Where can I pay utilities in Lubbock?

Payment Centers

  • Check N Go #6726. 413 Frankford Ave.
  • Check N Go #6732. 4425 50th St.
  • Check N Go #6951. 1803 7th St.
  • First Conv Bank #653. 4215 S Loop 289.
  • First Conv Bank #654. 702 W Loop 289 Lubbock, TX 79416.
  • First Conv Bank #686. 1911 Marsha Sharp Fwy.
  • First Conv Bank #698. 6315 82nd St.
  • Food King. 8208 Slide Rd.

How much does a typical Lubbock resident pay per a kilowatt hour?

What is LP&L’s cost per kilowatt hour for a residential customer? LP&L’s standard residential customers on Rate 1 (customers with electric and gas service) is $0.03381 per kilowatt hour. Electric customers on Rate 3 (customers with electric service only) is $0.01528 per kilowatt hour.