The utility’s solar and low-income weatherization programs have also seen cuts, according to Jamie Molina, spokeswoman for Oncor Electric Delivery, which is majority-owned by bankrupt Energy Future Holdings in Dallas. In total, more than $5 million has been dropped from the popular programs.
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