CenterPoint Energy encourages safety awareness during National Safe Digging Month

Houston – April 5, 2018 As part of its ongoing safety awareness practices for safe digging, CenterPoint Energy is partnering with the Common Ground Alliance and the governors in each state the company operates to commemorate April as National Safe Digging Month.

Throughout the busy digging month of April, when the potential for underground utility damage increases, homeowners and contractors are reminded that one free call to 811 before digging can prevent injuries, property damage, service disruption and possibly costly fines for damaged infrastructure.

"Contacting 811 at least two working days before digging helps prevent damages to vital underground utilities," said Joe Berry, director of Damage Prevention for CenterPoint Energy. "By calling 811 to have the underground utility lines in their area marked, homeowners and professionals are making an important decision that can help keep them and their communities safe." 

The depth of utility lines varies and there may be multiple utility lines in a common area. Whether it's a small project, such as planting trees or shrubs, or hiring a professional for a special outdoor project, smart digging means calling 811 before each job.

Visit Call811.com for more information about 811 and the call-before-you-dig process.

CenterPoint Energy, Inc., headquartered in Houston, Texas, is a domestic energy delivery company that includes electric transmission & distribution, natural gas distribution and energy services operations. The company serves more than five million metered customers primarily in Arkansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Texas. The company also owns 54.1 percent of the common and subordinated units representing limited partner interests in Enable Midstream Partners, a publicly traded master limited partnership it jointly controls with OGE Energy Corp., which owns, operates and develops natural gas and crude oil infrastructure assets. With nearly 8,000 employees, CenterPoint Energy and its predecessor companies have been in business for more than 150 years. For more information, please visit CenterPointEnergy.com.

 

2018-04-05T05:00:00Z
CenterPoint Energy announces completion of critical electric transmission line

Houston - April 3, 2018 - CenterPoint Energy, Inc.'s (NYSE: CNP) electric utility today announced that the Brazos Valley Connection project (BVC) was energized on March 29, 2018. The 60-mile, 345-kilovolt (kV) electric transmission line is the southern portion of the Houston Import Project. Completed ahead of schedule, the BVC transmission line runs from Grimes County through Waller County, ending in Harris County, Texas. 

"We appreciate the collaboration among many individuals with whom we have worked on this project," said Kenny Mercado, senior vice president of Electric Operations, CenterPoint Energy. "Without the support of landowners, county officials, local and state agencies and environmental agencies, this project would not be the success that it is today."

CenterPoint Energy's total project capital cost is approximately $285 million, in line with the estimated range of approximately $270 to $310 million in the Public Utility Commission of Texas' original order regarding the project. The estimated impact to a residential customer within CenterPoint Energy's service territory using 1,000 kWh per month is less than $0.20 per month. 

"I'm extremely proud of the hard work our team provided to get this much-needed project online," added Mercado. "Early completion of the Brazos Valley Connection represents CenterPoint Energy's leadership in safe and efficient project execution. The project will provide safe, efficient and reliable power and help address infrastructure needs to meet the growing demand in the Houston area."

In 2014, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas identified the Houston Import Project as critical to providing additional transmission capacity to import power into the Houston area by June 2018. The entire project consists of a 130-mile, 345-kV electric transmission line running from Limestone County to Harris County.

This news release includes forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements are based upon assumptions of management which are believed to be reasonable at the time made and are subject to significant risks and uncertainties. Actual events and results may differ materially from those expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements.  Any statements in this news release regarding future events, such as the estimated impact to residential customers, future economic conditions and infrastructure needs in the Houston area and any other statements that are not historical facts are forward-looking statements. Each forward-looking statement contained in this news release speaks only as of the date of this release.

2018-04-03T05:00:00Z
CenterPoint Energy launches 2017 Corporate Responsibility Report using GRI standards

HoustonMarch 26, 2018 – CenterPoint Energy, Inc. (NYSE: CNP) today announced the release of its 2017 Corporate Responsibility Report, Stewardship through Values. The report follows the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards, the leading framework used by organizations to disclose environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance.

"We recognize that ESG-related areas are integral to our performance," said Scott Prochazka, president and chief executive officer of CenterPoint Energy. "To that end, we have expanded our reporting to align with the GRI framework. The theme of this year's report, Stewardship through Values, highlights our approach on environmental stewardship, enriching our communities and providing a safe, inclusive workplace."

Highlights include:

Environmental: Environmental stewardship is a critical component of the company's overall corporate responsibility approach. CenterPoint Energy has a long history of conducting its businesses in a safe, environmentally responsible manner and is committed to compliance with all applicable environmental laws and regulations.

Social: CenterPoint Energy actively works to engage with stakeholders to build trust, strengthen relationships and make a positive impact in its service territory. The company's stakeholders include individuals and groups who impact – or are impacted by – CenterPoint Energy and its business operations, such as customers, communities, employees, investors, suppliers and regulators.

Governance: Ethical conduct and good corporate governance are priorities for CenterPoint Energy's employees, leadership and board of directors. Good corporate governance, as well as a strong ethics and compliance program, are in the best interests of company stakeholders and critical to long-term success. To that end, CenterPoint Energy has implemented corporate governance and business conduct policies and procedures that reinforce our values of safety, integrity, accountability, initiative and respect.

CenterPoint Energy, Inc., headquartered in Houston, Texas, is a domestic energy delivery company that includes electric transmission & distribution, natural gas distribution and energy services operations. The company serves more than five million metered customers primarily in Arkansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Texas. The company also owns 54.1 percent of the common units representing limited partner interests in Enable Midstream Partners, a publicly traded master limited partnership it jointly controls with OGE Energy Corp., which owns, operates and develops natural gas and crude oil infrastructure assets. With nearly 8,000 employees, CenterPoint Energy and its predecessor companies have been in business for more than 150 years. For more information, please visit www.CenterPointEnergy.com.

2018-03-26T05:00:00Z
CenterPoint Energy sets 2018 annual meeting of shareholders

Houston – March 15, 2018 - CenterPoint Energy, Inc. (NYSE: CNP) announced that the 2018 annual meeting of shareholders will be held on Thursday, April 26, 2018, at 9 a.m. CDT in the CenterPoint Energy Tower auditorium, 1111 Louisiana Street, Houston, Texas. Shareholders who hold shares of CenterPoint Energy common stock as of March 1, 2018, will receive notice of the meeting and will be eligible to vote.

 

CenterPoint Energy, Inc., headquartered in Houston, Texas, is a domestic energy delivery company that includes electric transmission & distribution, natural gas distribution and energy services operations. The company serves more than five million metered customers primarily in Arkansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Texas. The company also owns 54.1 percent of the common units representing limited partner interests in Enable Midstream Partners, a publicly traded master limited partnership it jointly controls with OGE Energy Corp., which owns, operates and develops natural gas and crude oil infrastructure assets. With nearly 8,000 employees, CenterPoint Energy and its predecessor companies have been in business for more than 150 years. For more information, please visit www.CenterPointEnergy.com.

2018-03-15T05:00:00Z
The power to make a difference in Puerto Rico

Houston – March 15, 2018 – Jose Padilla, a head line mechanic at CenterPoint Energy's Spring Branch service center, was part of CenterPoint Energy's mutual assistance team that joined the more than 1,500 crews from other U.S. utilities to help Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) restore power following Hurricane Maria.

"Assisting Puerto Rico was personal, I have family members and friends there," said Padilla. "After Hurricane Maria, I wanted to help in any way I could. When I learned that CenterPoint Energy was part of the mutual assistance group traveling to Puerto Rico, I knew my skills and experience could make a positive difference."

CenterPoint Energy sent two waves of mutual assistance crews to help with the power restoration in the Arecibo area. The crews faced logistical and geographical challenges. In addition, extensive portions of Puerto Rico's electric grid are located in rugged, mountainous terrain that has little or no road access due to Hurricane Maria's impact. CenterPoint Energy's mutual assistance teams were able to make great progress and restore power to more than 5,100 residents in the area.

"Because of the many challenges, this mission was unique. Crews often worked all day to restore service to only a handful of residents. Our highly skilled employees replaced a total of 276 poles and 2,674 spans of wire," said Ed Scott, director of operations for CenterPoint Energy.

This restoration mission was more difficult than any other CenterPoint Energy has worked on. A total of nine Spring service center linemen and employees were selected to help with the restoration efforts. "It was an honor to be a part of the mutual assistance crews and immensely gratifying to turn the lights on for Puerto Ricans," added Padilla. "The residents of the region were very grateful. I will never forget the great memories and experiences of my time in this beautiful island."   

In addition to Padilla, the following CenterPoint Energy Spring Branch service center employees supported the restoration efforts in Puerto Rico:

  • Randy Rodine, fleet operations supervisor
  • Patrick Huff, head line mechanic
  • Jerimy Matheny, line mechanic
  • Ryan Chambers, line mechanic
  • Mike Carrillo, head line mechanic
  • Jonathan Hayes, apprentice line mechanic
  • Mykel Sparacino, head line mechanic
  • Andres Velez, line mechanic

In late October, the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) and the American Public Power Association (APPA) received a request from PREPA to support power restoration efforts on the island. In early November, PREPA expanded its aid request to include the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA).

As a result, a team of electric company storm response experts has been on the ground coordinating closely with local officials, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The team has been focused on assessing damages and formalizing a structure for supporting logistics, equipment needs and supply chain issues, as well as ensuring ongoing restoration efforts are completed safely, effectively and efficiently.

CenterPoint Energy is part of electric utility mutual assistance programs that provide access to thousands of linemen and tree trimmers from around the country to lend a hand during widespread power outage emergencies. Coming to the aid of other utilities is nothing new to CenterPoint Energy employees. Over the years, crews have responded and restored power to hundreds of thousands of customers throughout the country who have been left in the dark following hurricanes, ice storms, tornadoes and severe thunderstorms.

For updates, follow CenterPoint Energy on Twitter: @CNPAlerts and Facebook: Facebook.com/CenterPointEnergy.

2018-03-15T05:00:00Z
CenterPoint Energy earns three Edison Electric Institute awards for restoration efforts following Sealy Microburst, Hurricanes Harvey and Irma

Houston – March 14, 2018 – CenterPoint Energy has been presented with the Edison Electric Institute (EEI)'s Emergency Recovery and Emergency Assistance awards for its outstanding work following severe storms in Sealy, Texas in May 2017, Hurricane Harvey in the greater Houston area in August 2017 and for mutual assistance in Florida following Hurricane Irma in September 2017.

The honors are presented to EEI member companies to recognize outstanding efforts to restore service following a storm or other natural disaster.

Sealy Microburst

CenterPoint Energy was presented with EEI's "Emergency Recovery Award" for its outstanding power restoration efforts after storms hit Sealy, Texas in May 2017.

On May 23, severe storms with winds between 80 and 100 mph hit the community of Sealy. The torrential rain, massive hail and tornado-force winds resulted in nearly 70,000 customer outages. While the storm was isolated to only 15.5 square-miles of CenterPoint Energy's 5,000 square-mile service area, the damage to the electrical infrastructure was extreme.

Working safely and efficiently over two days, CenterPoint Energy crews dedicated more than 16,000 man-hours to the effort and replaced nine wooden transmission poles, 246 distribution poles and 356 spans of wire, restoring service to 100 percent of customers.

Hurricane Harvey

The company also received EEI's "Emergency Recovery Award" for its outstanding power restoration efforts after Hurricane Harvey in August 2017.

Hurricane Harvey was a record-breaking storm that inundated southeast Texas with nearly 52 inches of rainfall. Following landfall as a Category 4 storm, nearly 4,000 CenterPoint Energy employees and contractors, as well as mutual assistance personnel from seven states, worked safely and efficiently to restore more than 1.2 million outages over the duration of the storm.

"Hurricane Harvey was completely different from any storm we have ever seen," said Ed Scott,

director of Operations for CenterPoint Energy. "In 2008, Hurricane Ike came through our territory and the next day the sun was out and we could begin restoring service. For Hurricane Harvey, we knew that it was going to be a long road to restoration, so we prepared ourselves and our resources."

The company's technology, resources and emergency preparation allowed for an efficient power restoration process, including smart grid automation, real-time analytics, drones to assess damage and evaluate work conditions, and construction of a mobile substation providing service to more than 9,000 customers. The company also used 36 air boats and 15 amphibious vehicles to navigate high waters throughout its electric service territory.

Hurricane Irma

CenterPoint Energy was presented with EEI's "Emergency Assistance Award" for its outstanding work restoring power to customers in Florida impacted by Hurricane Irma in September 2017.

Two days after completing restoration efforts for Hurricane Harvey, nearly 200 CenterPoint Energy linemen, contract crews and support personnel embarked on a mutual assistance trip to help restore power to multiple cities in Florida following the devastating destruction of Hurricane Irma.

"We knew the need was shifting east, and we wanted to be there to help others who helped us during Hurricane Harvey," added Scott.

"When disaster impacts a region, electric companies from across the nation are called on to assist impacted companies in need – mutual assistance is a hallmark of our industry," said EEI President Tom Kuhn. "When Hurricanes Harvey and Irma struck, CenterPoint Energy answered the call to help. CenterPoint Energy's assistance to restore service to impacted customers is a terrific example of mutual assistance in action."

 

CenterPoint Energy, Inc., headquartered in Houston, Texas, is a domestic energy delivery company that includes electric transmission & distribution, natural gas distribution and energy services operations. The company serves more than five million metered customers primarily in Arkansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Texas. The company also owns 54.1 percent of the common and subordinated units representing limited partner interests in Enable Midstream Partners, a publicly traded master limited partnership it jointly controls with OGE Energy Corp., which owns, operates and develops natural gas and crude oil infrastructure assets. With more than 7,700 employees, CenterPoint Energy and its predecessor companies have been in business for more than 150 years. For more information, please visit www.CenterPointEnergy.com.

2018-03-14T05:00:00Z
Utility program nails it: Thousands of energy-efficient new homes being built in Minnesota Homeowners to benefit from energy savings

​Minneapolis – March 5, 2018 – CenterPoint Energy and Xcel Energy recently recognized 13 Minnesota companies with energy-efficient new home standards awards. The awards culminated the inaugural year of the companies’ new energy-efficiency offering, the High Efficiency New Homes Program. Offered to utility service area builders, the program helps increase access to energy-efficient homes in Minnesota and supported the construction of more than 4,000 energy-efficient new homes in 2017. 
High Efficiency New Homes are built to a higher standard, exceeding the Minnesota Residential Energy Code. Each participating home is inspected and tested by a third-party professional trained in advanced building science using the Home Energy Rating System (HERS). The HERS Index is the industry standard by which a home's energy efficiency is measured. It is also the nationally recognized system for inspecting and calculating a new home's energy performance by a HERS rater. The completed homes deliver improved quality, comfort and energy savings.

“High Efficiency New Homes benefits homeowners through lower utility bills, less environmental impact and a more comfortable home,” said Ryan Setterholm, senior administrator of efficiency programs for CenterPoint Energy.

In 2017, the program collectively saved 1.4 million kilowatts and 101,521 dekatherms, which is the equivalent of powering nearly 1,400 passenger cars for an entire year, according to the EPA greenhouse gas equivalencies calculator. CenterPoint Energy and Xcel Energy partnered with ICF to deliver the program. A global consulting services company, ICF has delivered more than 70,000 energy-efficient new homes for utility programs across the nation.

The 13 companies honored as the top performing 2017 program participants included:

  1. ​​​CalAtlantic Homes
  2. Creative Homes
  3. Dayton’s Bluff Neighborhood Housing Services
  4. Delaney Company
  5. Derrick Custom Homes
  6. Donnay Homes
  7. Lennar
  8. Matrix Construction
  9. NIH Homes
  10. Paltrin LLC
  11. Robert Thomas Homes
  12. Simple Energy Testing
  13. Werschay Homes

“We are excited to raise the bar on energy-efficient new homes in Minnesota, in collaboration with home builders and HERS raters,” said Pam Newell, Xcel Energy program manager.

The 2018 program goal is to complete more than 3,500 high-efficiency new homes. Builders can contact the utilities for professional help and to find rebate-qualifying installations for the homes they build. Participating new homes must complete a home energy rating performed by a certified home energy rater in good standing.

For more information about this program, including a list of all participating builders, contact Hannah Jansen at 1-612-253-9982 or email at Hannah.Jansen@icf.com.

About CenterPoint Energy

CenterPoint Energy, Inc., headquartered in Houston, Texas, is a domestic energy delivery company that includes electric transmission & distribution, natural gas distribution and energy services operations. The company serves more than five million metered customers primarily in Arkansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Texas. The company also owns 54.1 percent of the common units representing limited partner interests in Enable Midstream Partners, a publicly traded master limited partnership it jointly controls with OGE Energy Corp., which owns, operates and develops natural gas and crude oil infrastructure assets. With nearly 8,000 employees, CenterPoint Energy and its predecessor companies have been in business for more than 150 years. For more information, please visit www.CenterPointEnergy.com

About Xcel Energy

Xcel Energy (NASDAQ: XEL) provides the energy that powers millions of homes and businesses across eight Western and Midwestern states. Headquartered in Minneapolis, the company is an industry leader in responsibly reducing carbon emissions and producing and delivering clean energy solutions from a variety of renewable sources at competitive prices. For more information, visit xcelenergy.com or follow on Twitter and Facebook.

2018-03-06T19:30:00Z
Join CenterPoint Energy employees in Read Across America

​​Houston – Feb. 28, 2018 – CenterPoint Energy invites the public to help build a nation of readers by participating in Read Across America Day on March 2. Held annually on the birthday of children’s author Dr. Seuss, this event reminds adults of the value and importance of reading to children.

For Read Across America Day, CenterPoint Energy recommends its new Buddy’s Big Day digital reader promoting natural gas safety and literacy. Offered in two versions to accommodate beginning and older elementary school readers, the book can be viewed on most mobile devices. To access the book, please visit CenterPointEnergy.com/BuddysBigDay.

“By reading to a child, you help open their imagination to the broader world,” said Diane Englet, senior director of Community Relations for CenterPoint Energy. “We invite you to select your favorite children’s book, pick a time and read with a child to share the value of reading.”

CenterPoint Energy, Inc., headquartered in Houston, Texas, is a domestic energy delivery company that includes electric transmission & distribution, natural gas distribution and energy services operations. The company serves more than five million metered customers primarily in Arkansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Texas. The company also owns 54.1 percent of the common units representing limited partner interests in Enable Midstream Partners, a publicly traded master limited partnership it jointly controls with OGE Energy Corp., which owns, operates and develops natural gas and crude oil infrastructure assets. With nearly 8,000 employees, CenterPoint Energy and its predecessor companies have been in business for more than 150 years. For more information, please visit www.CenterPointEnergy.com

2018-02-28T16:45:00Z
CenterPoint Energy subsidiary closes on $400 million of general mortgage bonds

​Houston – Feb. 28, 2018 – CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC (Houston Electric), an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of CenterPoint Energy, Inc. (NYSE: CNP), today closed on 3.95% general mortgage bonds totaling $400 million due March 1, 2048.

Mizuho Securities, RBC Capital Markets, Wells Fargo Securities, Regions Securities LLC, TD Securities and US Bancorp served as joint bookrunners with Comerica Securities and PNC Capital Markets LLC as senior co-managers. Blaylock Van LLC and Loop Capital Markets served as co-managers.

“We are proud to work with such a distinguished and diverse group of banks to finance our capital investment needs to support safety, customer growth, reliability projects and infrastructure programs,” said Tracy Bridge, executive vice president and president of CenterPoint Energy's Electric Division.

This news release does not constitute an offer to sell, or the solicitation of any offer to buy, any security and shall not constitute an offer, solicitation or sale in any jurisdiction in which such offering would be unlawful.

This news release includes forward-looking statements. Actual events and results may differ materially from those projected.  The statements in this news release regarding the use of proceeds from the offering and other statements that are not historical facts are forward-looking statements. Factors that could affect actual results include the timing and impact of future regulatory and legislative decisions, effects of competition, weather variations, changes in business plans, financial market conditions and other factors discussed in Houston Electric's Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2017 and Houston Electric's other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. A written prospectus may be obtained by visiting EDGAR on the SEC Website at https://www.sec.gov/.

CenterPoint Energy, headquartered in Houston, Texas, is a domestic energy delivery company that includes electric transmission & distribution, natural gas distribution and energy services operations. The company serves more than five million metered customers primarily in Arkansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Texas. The company also owns 54.1 percent of the common units representing limited partner interests in Enable Midstream Partners, a publicly traded master limited partnership it jointly controls with OGE Energy Corp., which owns, operates and develops natural gas and crude oil infrastructure assets. With more than 7,700 employees, CenterPoint Energy and its predecessor companies have been in business for more than 150 years. 

2018-02-28T06:00:00Z
The power to make a difference in Puerto Rico

Houston – Feb. 27, 2018 – Edwin Torres, an apprentice line mechanic at CenterPoint Energy's Cypress service center and Puerto Rican native, was part of CenterPoint Energy's mutual assistance team that joined the more than 1,500 crews from other U.S. utilities to help Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) restore power following Hurricane Maria.

"Assisting Puerto Rico was personal. This is the island where I grew up and lived for 14 years. I still have family members and friends there," said Torres. "After Hurricane Maria, I wanted to help in any way I could. When I learned that CenterPoint Energy was part of the mutual assistance group traveling to Puerto Rico, I knew my skills and experience could make a positive difference."

CenterPoint Energy sent two waves of mutual assistance crews to help with the power restoration in the Arecibo area. The crews faced logistical and geographical challenges. In addition, extensive portions of Puerto Rico's electric grid are located in rugged, mountainous terrain that has little or no road access due to Hurricane Maria's impact. CenterPoint Energy's mutual assistance team was able to make great progress and restore power to more than 4,700 residents in the area.

"Because of the many challenges, this mission was unique. Crews often worked all day to restore service to only a handful of residents. Our highly skilled employees have replaced more than 260 poles and more than 2,400 spans of wire," said Ed Scott, director of operations for CenterPoint Energy.

This restoration mission was more difficult than any other CenterPoint Energy has worked on. A total of 13 Cypress service center linemen and employees were selected to help with the restoration efforts.

"It was an honor to be a part of the mutual assistance crews and immensely gratifying to turn the lights on for my fellow Puerto Ricans," added Torres. 

In addition to Torres, the following CenterPoint Energy Cypress service center employees supported the restoration efforts in Puerto Rico:

  • Lee Bishop, manager
  • Richard Robinson, safety specialist
  • David Pacher, operations supervisor
  • Ronnie Kowis, head line mechanic
  • Mike Shepherd, troubleshooter
  • Wes Land, line mechanic
  • Michael Huff, line mechanic
  • Chad Albert, line mechanic
  • Brandon Hartley, line mechanic
  • Orsak Michael, apprentice line mechanic
  • Ronald Mitchamore, operations supervisor
  • Jeffery Mitchamore, head line mechanic

In late October, the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) and the American Public Power Association (APPA) received a request from PREPA to support power restoration efforts on the island. In early November, PREPA expanded its aid request to include the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA).

As a result, a team of electric company storm response experts has been on the ground coordinating closely with local officials, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The team has been focused on assessing damages and formalizing a structure for supporting logistics, equipment needs and supply chain issues, as well as ensuring ongoing restoration efforts are completed safely, effectively and efficiently.

CenterPoint Energy is part of electric utility mutual assistance programs that provide access to thousands of linemen and tree trimmers from around the country to lend a hand during widespread power outage emergencies. Coming to the aid of other utilities is nothing new to CenterPoint Energy employees. Over the years, crews have responded and restored power to hundreds of thousands of customers throughout the country who have been left in the dark following hurricanes, ice storms, tornadoes and severe thunderstorms.

For updates, follow CenterPoint Energy on Twitter: @CNPAlerts and Facebook: Facebook.com/CenterPointEnergy.

 

2018-02-27T06:00:00Z

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