Residents who use TXU Energy for their electricity service have started getting an odd notice concerning Energy Future Holdings, the parent of TXU Energy that filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition last month. The notice talks about filing “proofs of claim” in the case, but as far as residential customers go it’s largely ” for informational purposes,” according to a prepared statement from TXU Energy spokesman Juan Elizondo.
He added that “customers may receive other notices during the Chapter 11 process depending on their circumstance.”
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