Although electric utilities across the state have been experiencing power-cost increases due to February’s major storm, the Central Texas Electric Cooperative won’t be among those increasing rates to their customers, according to CTEC’s general manager.

“Our current power contracts protected us from price volatility in the ERCOT market,” said General Manager Bob Loth during a recent presentation in Ingram. “As a matter of fact, your board of directors are currently discussing decreasing your cost of power. This change will likely take effect sometime this summer.” 

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