CPS promises $3.5M in credits to customers who lost power

CPS Energy is dedicating $3.5 million toward lowering the April bills of residents and businesses that lost power during February’s deadly winter freeze.

The municipally owned utility said it would provide a one-time credit on bills dated April 12 to May 11 to those who lost power for at least 24 hours during Winter Storm Uri. That means over 250,000 businesses and residents will receive credits, with those experiencing the longest outages getting the most money.

For those who were without power…


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