Federal regulators want to reduce air emissions from Texas power plants to help people downwind in the Midwest and Northeast breathe easier, so Xcel Energy is putting the Public Utility Commission of Texas on notice just how much it’s going to cost Texas retail customers — about $6 a month.
Xcel filed a request Monday in Austin to increase its charge for fuel to comply with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Cross-State Air Pollution Rule.
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