The following tables outline the energy reports and plans required by statute for state agencies, institutes of higher education, local governments, municipally owned utilities or electric cooperatives and schools. For more information concerning specific reports, visit the individual report pages.
|State Agencies and Institutes of Higher Education||Energy and Water Management Plan||34 Tex. Admin. Code §19.14||Annual report due Oct. 31|
|State Agencies and Institutes of Higher Education||Consumption Data||4 Tex. Gov. Code §447.009 (c) and (e)||Annual data due Oct. 31|
|State Agencies and Institutes of Higher Education||Long Range Utility Plan||34 Tex. Admin. Code §19.16||Update every 5 years, submit upon request.|
|Local Governments||SECO Reporting Form||5 Tex. Health and Safety Code §388.005||Extended deadline of Feb. 1, 2020|
|Municipally Owned Utilities or Electric Cooperatives||MOU Report||Utilities Code §39.9051||Annual report due on Apr. 1.|
|Municipally Owned Utilities or Electric Cooperatives||Co-Op Report||Utilities Code §39.9052||Annual report due on Apr. 1.|
|Schools||SB300 Report||Education Code §311.1513||Submittal not required|
In 2015, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 855, which requires state agencies to publish a list of the three most commonly used Web browsers on their websites. The Texas Comptroller’s most commonly used Web browsers are Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Apple Safari.