Austin Energy has struck a deal satisfying a big customer that could have provided big headaches when the utility raises its rates next year.
The state government, Austin Energy’s third-largest customer, has agreed to a new contract that guarantees it will continue to pay rates well below what the utility charges most of the rest of its customers.
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