Oct. 21 — “I think they see it as a growth opportunity. They already own assets in that area, they have a service territory … in that area,” said Geoffrey Gay, an Austin-based attorney and general counsel to the Oncor Cities Steering Committee. “It’s additional revenues and additional business opportunities.”
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