CenterPoint Energy Transition Bond Company IV, LLC (Transition Bond Company IV), is a special purpose subsidiary of CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC (CenterPoint Energy Houston). Under the Texas electric restructuring law that was enacted in 1999, a special purpose subsidiary of a sponsoring utility (in this case, CenterPoint Energy Houston), may issue transition bonds to enable the utility to recover certain stranded costs and regulatory assets. A specific charge imposed on the distribution of electricity to customers supports principal and interest payments on these transition bonds, and is authorized by the Public Utility Commission of Texas (Texas Utility Commission) under a financing order that is binding, irrevocable and non-appealable.
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Semiannual Servicer's Certificates
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CenterPoint Energy Transition Bond Company IV 2012 Transition Bonds
Summary of terms of $1,695,000,000 2012 Senior Secured Transition Bonds, sold in January 2012 by CenterPoint Energy Transition Bond Company IV, LLC.
Ratings Assigned to 2012 Senior Secured Transition Bonds
Ratings assigned to the 2012 Transition Bonds and to the debt issued by the Servicer
Remittances of Transition Charges to the Trustee
Applications for True-up of Transition Charges
Filings in connection with the true-up of transition charges.
Semiannual Statements on Retail Electric Providers
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