Low wholesale power prices in the Electric Reliability Council of Texas’ markets may well lead Pedernales Electric Cooperative to secure more of its power needs from the wholesale market and less from its primary supplier, the Lower Colorado River Authority, the co-op’s vice president of power supply and energy services said.
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