Report Part 2: Minimum Use Fees

Report Part 2: Minimum Use Fees

Low-Income Texans Benefit from Discount Program

Low-Income Texans Benefit from Discount Program

Fed Data: Texans Under Deregulation Pay More

Fed Data: Texans Under Deregulation Pay More

Average residential electricity prices in areas of the state with deregulation have remained stubbornly higher than prices outside deregulation. The trend began in 2002, which was the very first year of retail electric competition, and has continued unabated for every year for which there is data to conduct the analysis.

REPs may not honor fixed prices

REPs may not honor fixed prices

Retail electric providers say they should have the right to increase prices in fixed-rate contracts if regulators follow through with a proposal to increase wholesale energy costs.

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