“Customers ability to shop and find true differences in the competitive market are compromised under SFV [straight-fixed variable rate design],” and the Public Utility Commission of Texas should decline to adopt or recommend its use, the Office of Public Utility Counsel said in reply comments on a consultant report concerning alternative rate-making.

— Energy Choice Matters.

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