Economy

February 15, 2011 7:36 AM

Texas' electric deregulation cost is tallied in study

A report released Monday concludes that electric deregulation has cost Texas residential consumers more than $11 billion in higher rates and that the operator of the state's major power grid, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, has been poorly managed and industry-dominated.

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