Sept. 21 — Electricity might be getting more expensive. One of the state’s largest power providers needs money to help recover from Hurricane Harvey.

AEP Texas representatives said Hurricane Harvey cost them approximately $415 million in terms of damage done to the electrical grid in the Coastal Bend.

— KRISTV

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