December 7, 2012 • 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Austin Marriott North • Round Rock
Cities have various interests in how they and their citizens receive electric and gas service, how cities with municipally-owned 
electric utilities provide service, and the prices that everyone pays for power. Cities also receive franchise fees from 
utilities that use their rights-of-way, and they have original jurisdiction over the rates of investor-owned utilities in their cities.

How electricity is provided in Texas is complex and based on many moving parts in an always changing puzzle, there’s no doubt about that. Join us for an informative workshop, jointly sponsored with the Texas Coalition for Affordable Power (TCAP), which will address these issues and more:

• Electric Market Structures 
• Economics of Power and Pricing to Consumers 
• Emerging Legislative Issues and Cities’ Agendas 
• Local Issues and Franchise Fees 
• Ratemaking