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Texas Marks 10 Years Since Electric DeregulationThis week marks the tenth anniversary of electric deregulation in Texas, but the state won't be getting a congratulatory note from one watchdog group any time soon.
ERCOT Concerned About Electric Usage As Schools Begin YearThe Electric Reliability Council of Texas is a little worried about what's going to happen on the first day of school across the state.
ERCOT Study: Deregulation Didn't WorkDelia Villareal of Arlington cooks three meals a day for herself and her husband, so she's not happy to hear about a new study finding Texas residents have paid nearly $11.5 billion dollars more than they should have for electricity since deregulation in 2002.
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