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Claim: Academic Says A California Experiment Could Shape Texas Electricity Rates

November 03,2017



In a piece published in the Texas Monthly, Scott Vitter, Ph.D. candidate at the University of Texas at Austin, discusses California's mandatory move to TOU rates, and implies such a move could help Texas with various issues (peak load, etc).

However, Vitter does not discuss how such a move to TOU would, or should, be implemented in Texas' retail choice market.

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