It has already been established what Energy Future Holdings is not worth: the $45 billion that investors paid in 2007, financed with debt that led to last week’s bankruptcy filing.
But what is it worth now, as the Dallas-based power company faces a likely breakup as part of its Chapter 11 reorganization?
Keep reading at Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Is a policy analyst consultant for TCAP, a coalition of political subdivisions in Texas that purchase electricity in the deregulated market for their own governmental use. Because energy costs are typically a significant budget item to our members, TCAP is consistently looking for ways to save our members money, through cost-saving contracts, energy efficiency or demand response programs.