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  • February 15, 2011 • News

    Study tallies cost of deregulation: more than $11 billion in higher residential rates

    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. Read More

  • February 14, 2011 • CBS 11 News

    ERCOT Study: Deregulation Didn't Work

    Delia 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. Read More

  • February 07, 2011 • The Baltimore Sun

    Deregulation has made electricity less reliable

    Your Feb. 4 editorial ("State of leadership" reflected a deep misunderstanding of the radical impact electric deregulation has had on Maryland's economy. Read More