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Bill Detail: SB22-090

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Title Severe Weather Notifications To Utility Customers
Status Senate Committee on Transportation & Energy Postpone Indefinitely (04/19/2022)
Bill Subjects
  • Energy
House Sponsors E. Hooton (D)
Senate Sponsors T. Story (D)
House Committee
Senate Committee Transportation and Energy
Date Introduced 01/25/2022

The bill requires an electric or gas utility to determine if a
forecasted severe weather event (event) warrants notification to its
customers located in the path of the event. If the utility determines
notification is warranted, the utility shall send notification to its
customers to inform customers of the event, provide specific suggestions
for how to conserve energy, alert customers to the potential electricity or

fuel price increase resulting from the event, and provide customer service
contact information for the utility. A utility shall send notification to
customers by 2 or more types of immediate communication, including
text messages or alerts, e-mails, or telephone calls. Additionally, the
utility may issue a public service announcement on one or more television
or radio stations.

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