DENTON, TX – Denton Municipal Electric (DME) was recently awarded with the platinum Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3) designation from the American Public Power Association (APPA). The RP3 designation is given to public power providers that have shown leadership in electric reliability, safety, workforce development, and system improvement. Prior to 2018, DME held the gold level RP3 designation. “We are proud to achieve the platinum RP3 designation,” said George Morrow, General Manager of DME. “Safety and reliability are essential in providing the city of Denton exceptional electric service. This recognition demonstrates DME’s commitment to minimizing outages and injuries.” The RP3 designation, awarded by APPA, recognizes utilities that demonstrate high proficiency in a variety of areas related to reliability and that follow recognized industry-leading practices. To achieve an RP3 designation, utilities must complete a rigorous application that is reviewed by an 18-member panel of national public power experts. DME has been recognized as an RP3 utility since 2009.
City to Host Public Tours on June 15 DENTON, TX – The City of Denton and Denton Municipal Electric (DME) have announced that the Denton Energy Center (DEC) power plant will begin commercial operation on July 1. While the DEC has been going through testing throughout the spring, the commercial operation of the DEC will allow DME to begin providing wholesale power…Read More
DENTON, TX, April 28, 2017 – As of this month, over 100 Denton Municipal Electric customers have installed solar panels on their homes and businesses. Eighty six of these installations have been on residential rooftops, while sixteen have been on commercial buildings. Denton Municipal Electric incentivizes solar installations at up to $30,000 through the GreenSense Rebate Program. The 102 new photovoltaic solar…Read More