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Changing How Texans Pay for Power

If this summer turns out as hot and dry as expected, providing enough electricity will be a challenge. But one solution may involve how you spend.

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The consumer education that’s been attempted at the moment is to frighten customers. There’s brownouts coming, we’re going to have volatile prices. Consumers are like yeah, whatever.

— Steven Murray with Direct Energy, an electricity retailer

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