Oncor Unexecutes All Disconnect For Non-Pay Orders For February 1st & 2nd, Even In Areas Not Under Defined Extreme Weather Event
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Oncor issued a market notice stating, "Due to icy and hazardous road conditions throughout Oncor’s service territory and the need to utilize field resources for restoration activities, Oncor will unexecute all DNP orders received for Wednesday, February 1, 2023 and Thursday, February 2, 2023 using the weather moratorium code (V001), even in counties that are not affected by an extreme weather event as determined pursuant to PUCT rules."
"Inclement weather has caused icy and hazardous road conditions throughout Oncor’s service territory, and the icy conditions are anticipated to last at least through Thursday. To ensure the safety and availability of Oncor’s field resources, Oncor will unexecute DNP orders received for Wednesday, February 1, 2023 and Thursday, February 2, 2023 using the weather moratorium code (V001). Under force majeure, the moratorium on DNP orders will also apply to those counties not affected by an extreme weather event (DNP Moratorium) as determined pursuant to PUCT Substantive Rule 25.483(j). As a reminder, REPs must not send DNP orders to be executed in counties affected by a DNP Moratorium," Oncor said