Filings: Reliant overcollecting stranded costs

Reliant HL&P’s ratepayers should get a credit instead of extra charges tacked on to their transmission and distribution bills once competition begins in 2002, the Office of Public Utility Counsel said in a filing at the Public Utility Commission of Texas.

By RICK BURNHAM

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