Efforts include new and existing programs to assist customers affected by the federal government shutdown
IRVING, Texas, Jan. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- TXU Energy, the energy retail subsidiary of Vistra Energy (NYSE: VST), today announced a series of energy assistance programs intended to assist customers who have been adversely impacted by the extended federal government shutdown. The announcement is intended to expand awareness of these efforts, respond to customer inquiries, and ensure impacted customers are informed and able to avail themselves of all available options. This support is similar to the company's previous customer assistance programs.
"We understand that our customers may have had their steady paycheck or regular income disrupted because of the furlough," said Scott Hudson, president of TXU Energy. "In these circumstances, we believe in stepping up and doing our part to provide customers with some relief. We also want to remind customers who are experiencing financial hardship about TXU Energy Aid."
TXU Energy Aid has helped Texas families going through hard times keep their homes powered and safe for more than 35 years, including providing much needed assistance during natural disasters like Hurricane Harvey in 2017.
New program details for impacted, eligible federal workers include:
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