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Thousands Of Frustrated Customers At Texas Muni Sign Petition To End Monopoly, Citing Rate Hikes

July 21,2017



"Thousands" of customers of Texas municipal utility Lubbock Power and Light have signed a petition to terminate the muni's, "monopoly," due to frustrations with rate increases, KCBD 11 reports

LP&L's rate is 10.76 cents per kWh, KCBD 11 reports

LP&L is in the process of seeking to join ERCOT, though it would be as a non opt-in entity

See KCBD 11 for the story

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Lubbock Power & Light   LP&L   Texas   Munis and co-ops   Electric Choice   Deregulation  

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