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December 14, 2022
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Event Location:
McKenna Event Center
801 West San Antonio Street, New Braunfels, Texas 78130


The Rate Advisory Committee is tasked with bringing community values to the NBU rate design structure and providing input for rate strategy and policy. With that in mind, New Braunfels Utilities’ customers are encouraged to attend the NBU Rate Advisory Committee Forum, an opportunity for public input and to share thoughts and feedback about the committee’s work in reviewing key NBU policies and future rate strategies.


During the Forum, the community will learn more about the committee’s findings and have the opportunity to share their thoughts and feedback.


New Braunfels Utilities’ customers have the ability to influence the rate structure to help reflect our community’s values and ensure an equitable and resilient plan before rates are ultimately approved by the New Braunfels City Council, which holds final authority for approving NBU’s rates.


The Rate Advisory Committee will present the preliminary rate structure to the NBU Board of Trustees in February 2023 and the final rate plan in March 2023. New Braunfels Utilities will go before City Council for approval of the rate plan in April 2023.


Key Policy Areas:
• Low/Fixed Income Customers
• Equity and Fairness in Ratemaking
• Conservation and Renewables
• Revenue Sufficiency
• Accommodating Growth
• Utility Financial Stability and Strength
• Simple to Understand/Easy to Implement


The Rate Advisory Forum will be live-streamed.


Have a question for the Rate Advisory Committee? Submit questions here and they will be addressed at the Forum.