Nov. 29 — In testimony concerning Lubbock Power & Light’s proposed transition from SPP to ERCOT, the Texas Office of Public Utility Counsel said that approval of such move should be conditioned on, among other things, LP&L funding an independent study of the costs and benefits of adopting retail choice in LP&L’s service area.
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