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El Paso Electric Company

Stanton Tower
100 North Stanton
El Paso, TX 79901
United States
915-543-5711
http://www.epelectric.com

SectorUtilities
IndustryUtilities—Regulated Electric
Full Time Employees1,100

Key Executives

NameTitlePayExercisedYear Born
Mr. Adrian J. RodriguezInterim CEO, Gen. Counsel, Assistant Sec. & Director591.75kN/A1978
Mr. Nathan T. Hirschi CPASr. VP & CFO674.58kN/A1963
Mr. Steven T. BuraczykSr. VP of Operations542.66kN/A1967
Mr. Rocky R. MiracleSr. VP of Corp. Devel. & Chief Compliance Officer520.13kN/A1953
Ms. Elaina L. BallSr. VP & Interim COON/AN/A1975
Amounts are as of December 31, 2018 and compensation values are for the last fiscal year ending on that date. Pay is salary, bonuses, etc. Exercised is the value of options exercised during the fiscal year. Currency in USD.

Description

El Paso Electric Company, a public utility company, engages in the generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity in west Texas and southern New Mexico. It generates electricity through nuclear fuel, natural gas, and coal, as well as solar photovoltaic panels and wind turbines with a generating capability of approximately 2,085 megawatts. The company also sources electricity from purchased power. The company owns and has ownership interests in four 345 kilovolt (kv) transmission lines in New Mexico and Arizona; and three 500 kV lines in Arizona. It serves approximately 425,000 residential, commercial, industrial, public authority, and wholesale customers; and distributes electricity to retail customers. El Paso Electric Company was founded in 1901 and is based in El Paso, Texas.

Corporate Governance

El Paso Electric Company’s ISS Governance QualityScore as of October 4, 2019 is 5. The pillar scores are Audit: 1; Board: 4; Shareholder Rights: 9; Compensation: 4.

Corporate governance scores courtesy of Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS). Scores indicate decile rank relative to index or region. A decile score of 1 indicates lower governance risk, while a 10 indicates higher governance risk.