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Audit shows Denton Municipal Electric traders have not kept up with market
A special audit found that the energy trading group inside Denton Municipal Electric has not kept up with the increasing complexity of the Texas electricity market, putting its operations and ratepayers at greater risk of price fluctuations.
Denton could reach 100 percent renewable by 2020
Finalists announced for new general manager for Denton Municipal Electric
New general manager named for Denton Municipal Electric
George Morrow, formerly director of utilities for Azusa, California, will be the new general manager for Denton Municipal Electric.
Public invited to meet Denton Municipal Electric candidates
Denton Municipal Electric ratepayers can meet the finalists for a new general manager in a community reception from 5:45 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 19, at the Civic Center, 321 E. McKinney St.
One step back, another forward: Denton hobbled in exit from coal-fired power
Denton cannot walk away from coal-fired power anytime soon, likely leaving more work for the city and its energy consultants.
Austin firm to rewrite Renewable Denton Plan
Enterprise Risk Consulting will evaluate where and how Denton Municipal Electric plans to buy, sell and make electricity for the next 20 years.
Lawsuit by former Denton Municipal Electric employees stays in Dallas court
Dallas District Judge Martin Hoffman recently denied the city's request to move a lawsuit filed by two former city employees to a Denton district court.