Cities Aggregation Power Project (CAPP)

The City of The Colony has been a member of the Cities Aggregation Power Project (CAPP) since its inception.  CAPP was formed when electric deregulation began in Texas in 2002.  Cities banded together (aggregated) their electricity needs in order to get favorable, large-volume pricing from the newly created electricity providers.  CAPP has recorded over one-hundred million ($100,000,000) dollars in savings for its 100 members from January, 2002 to the present.  For more information on CAPP, please visit the website.

The City of Colony purchases natural gas from Atmos Energy.  In calendar year 2017, the City purchased 27,825 thousand cubic feet (MCF) of natural gas.  The City purchases electricity from GEXA Energy.  In calendar year 2017, the City purchased 11,461,618 kilowatt-hours.  The City purchases water from The City of Dallas.  In calendar year 2017, the City purchased a total of 1.312 billion gallons of water.  The total cost of natural gas, electricity, and water purchased by the City in the calendar year 2017 is $3,720,817.66.