Critics of the Hunt-Oncor deal say a REIT is too unstable and risky to own a significant portion of the state’s electricity transmission. The Texas Industrial Energy Consumers group, which represents big corporate electricity customers, opposes the deal, calling the rehearing request a “repackaging of previously rejected arguments.”
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