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Academic Says Texas Should Consider "New Rate Structures" To Ensure "Long Run Viability" Of Coal

October 09,2017



In an op-ed appearing in the Austin American-Statesman, Bernard Weinstein, associate director of the Maguire Energy Institute at Southern Methodist University, said that the Texas PUC, "should consider new rate structures that can ensure the long run financial viability of the state’s critical coal and nuclear base load generating plants."

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