Feb. 8 — One consumer watchdog said it would be a disservice to Texans shopping for electricity to eliminate Power to Choose.
“It provides an important service,” said R.A. Dyer, policy analyst for the Texas Coalition for Affordable Power in Austin, which buys electricity on behalf of municipal governments. He said it’s important for the Public Utility Commission to oversee the website that provides a way for consumers to compare plans.
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