Sharyland Utilities, L.P. is a Texas-based public electric utility that is fully regulated by the Public Utility Commission of Texas. Sharyland Utilities is committed to providing quality customer service, affordable rates, safe and reliable electric delivery, and increased investment in the electric grid of Texas. Sharyland Utilities currently serves approximately 54,000 customers in 29 counties throughout Texas.

2016 Rate Case Information-Sharyland

  • InfraREIT’s Tenant, Sharyland, Files System-wide Rate Case
  • 2016 Rate Case Filing: PUCT Docket No. 45414
  • 4/29/2016 - Sharyland filed Rate Filing Package
  • 12/30/2016 - Sharyland filed amended Rate Filing Package
  • Sharyland Press Release Click Here
  • Sharyland FAQ's Click Here
  • 03/28/2017 - SOAH administrative law judges issued an order abating the rate case proceeding and canceling the hearing on the merits, pending ongoing settlement negotiations among the parties. Click Here
  • 07/21/2017 – Sharyland and SDTS entered into an agreement with certain parties to the Rate Case, which, if approved by the PUCT, will result in the dismissal of the Rate Case. In connection with the proposed dismissal, SDTS also signed a definitive agreement with Oncor Electric Delivery Company LLC (Oncor) to exchange SDTS’s retail distribution assets for a group of Oncor’s transmission assets located in west and central Texas.
    (Click here for Sharyland's Press Release) (Click here for Oncor's Information)
  • Click Here for information related to Sharyland Distribution & Transmission Services, L.L.C. amended Rate Filing Package
  • PUCT Report Regarding Sharyland’s Rates: Project No. 44592 – Staff Report

Highlights of Sharyland’s Project History

  • Railroad DC Tie

    • On time and on budget
    • Successful coordination with ERCOT and the Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE), the grid operators
    • Completed permitting processes with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and Army Corp of Engineers
  • CREZ Transmission

    • Completed on time and under budget
    • Successfully engineered, tested and installed a new family of towers
    • Outstanding stakeholder engagement and coordination
  • Cap Rock Integration

    • There were no service interruptions as a result of the merger
    • Successful coordination with stakeholders
    • Implementation for SAP system providing a scalable system for future expansion
  • Move to ERCOT

    • Sharyland systematically moved 18 substations with more than 200 MW of connected load from SPP to ERCOT with minimal interruption of service
    • Completed the move ahead of the PUCT deadline of December 31, 2013
  • Move to Competition

    • Sharyland moved over 50,000 customers off a bundled rate tariff and into the competitive retail market with new tariff categories
    • Successfully coordinated with the PUCT, Retail Electric Providers and customers to implement move
  • Substation Additions

    • Maintaining reliability metrics and minimizing scheduled interruptions
  • Railroad DC Tie Expansion

    • On time and on budget
    • Successful coordination with ERCOT and CFE, the grid operators
    • Successful coordination with Homeland Security and the Army Corp of Engineers

For more information, please visit www.sharyland.com

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