Among the groups that had objected to the Hunt plan is the Steering Committee of Cities Served by Oncor, made up of about 150 Texas cities. Geoffrey Gay is the lawyer who represents the group before the PUC.
“The Hunt group is not giving up, they are simply adopting a new strategy,” he said Wednesday. “This process will continue for the rest of the year”
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