Texas PUC lays groundwork for retail deregulation pilot

HOUSTON, Sept.14, 2000 — With 37 weeks to go until the first retail pilot project, Texas is embroiled in a debate about what to do with stranded costs. A recent ruling by the administrative office of the Texas Public Utilities Commission (PUCT) told TXU that it couldn’t claim more than $14 million in stranded costs while the utility has reported $2.8 billion.

TAMPA, Fla., Sept. 26, 2000 – With 1,200 people registered and a total of 1,700 expected, the American Meter Reading Association’s International Symposium focuses on global convergence through a cooperative effort with AMRA’s international partners, UKAMRA and EuroAMRA.


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