In wake of power outages, Texas lowers price cap for electricity providers
by Bob Sechler, Austin American-Statesman | Source: Austin Statesman | Posted 12/02/2021
Wholesale prices won’t soar as high as they did during the winter storm because regulators cut the maximum price by 45%.
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