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Energy

Denton Municipal Electric (DME) is owned by the residents of Denton, which makes us your hometown electric provider. Since 1905, DME has maintained high quality service for the greater Denton area. DME is recognized as a national leader in public power, providing 40% wind energy. DME is currently pursuing the Renewable Denton Plan, an industry leading initiative to increase renewable power from 40% to 70% by 2019.

To connect service
New commercial requests for service should be made through Customer Service located at City Hall East, 601 E Hickory St, Ste F. Their hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. through 5 p.m. If you have any questions contact Customer Service at (940) 349-8700.

To disconnect service
To schedule a disconnect for commercial service, contact Customer Service at (940) 349-8700. Please have the account number and ID verification available.

Commercial Load Profiler

The load profiler gives you the power to take control of energy costs by providing information to understand how your organization uses energy. With the profiler you can evaluate their previous day’s usage and compare it with usage history. This is valuable information when trying to implement conservation measures to reduce energy costs.

Current customers: login to Load Profiler

Commercial Standard Offer Incentive

Those interested in participating in the Standard Offer Incentive (SOI) must have a DME General Service Medium (GSM), General Service Large (GSL) and/or General Service Time of Use (TGS) electric account where the upgrades are to be completed. Only DME customers in good standing will be eligible to receive the rebate. Participants must have a minimum peak demand of 200 kilowatts (kW). The peak demand reduction must be a minimum of 50 kW. DME does not endorse any product, service, individual or company. Selection of a registered installer/contractor to perform work is the sole decision of the program participant. Any list of registered installers/contractors represents those companies who have registered themselves with DME. There is no work guarantee or warranty, expressed or implied, as to the quality, cost or effectiveness of the work performed by the contractor, employees or subcontractors. Call (940) 349-7137 for more information.

Commercial Engineering Audit

Those interested in participating in the Engineering Audit (Audit) must have a DME General Service Large (GSL) and/or General Service Time of Use (TGS) electric account where the Audit is to be performed. Only DME customers in good standing will be eligible to receive the rebate. Each customer site is eligible for one detailed audit every three years.

DME neither expressly nor implicitly warrants any part of the audits. Customer understands that, while DME may provide a program to encourage energy efficiency, DME is not liable or responsible in any way for the performance or results of the audits or the Program. DME makes no warranties whatsoever that customer will realize any energy savings as a result of the audits or the program. In no event shall DME be responsible for any direct, special, incidental, consequential, punitive, exemplary or indirect damages in tort, contract, warranty, negligence, strict liability or under any indemnity provision or otherwise related to the audits or the Program. Customer assumes the risk of any loss or damage(s) that the customer may suffer in connection with its participation in the audits or the Program. Call (940) 349-7137 for more information

Emergency Response Service

Those interested in participating in the EEnerRS Program from the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) must have a DME General Service Medium (GSM), General Service Large (GSL), and/or General Service Time of Use (TGS) electric account. To be considered for this service, customers must have a historic peak demand of at least 200 kW. Only DME customers in good standing will be eligible to receive this incentive. Call (940) 349-7137 for more information

Solar Photovoltaic Incentive

Those interested in participating in the Solar Photovoltaic Incentive (SPI) must either have a DME electric account or own the property that has, or will have, a DME electric account where the photovoltaic system is to be installed. The photovoltaic system must be owned by the SPI participant. Only DME customers in good standing will be eligible to receive the rebate. All customers must have insurance for their property.

DME neither expressly nor implicitly warrants any work performed by a contractor, employees, or subcontractor. DME does not endorse any product, service, individual or company. Selection of an installer/contractor to perform work is the sole decision of the program participant. DME makes no warranties whatsoever that customer will realize any energy savings as a result of any installs or the program. In no event shall DME be responsible for any direct, special, incidental, consequential, punitive, exemplary or indirect damages in tort, contract, warranty, negligence, strict liability or under any indemnity provision or otherwise related to any installs or the SPI. Customer assumes the risk of any loss or damage(s) that the customer may suffer in connection with its participation in the SPI. Call (940) 349-7137 for more information

Request an energy audit

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