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Texans see electric bills surge as high as $17,000 after storm knocked out power and caused surge in demand



Texans have seen electric bills surge as high as $17,000 after two powerful storms knocked out power and caused a 300-fold surge in demand – as 14 million people struggle to get clean water in a ‘health catastrophe’.

While most Texans are on a fixed rate plan on which they pay the same monthly amount throughout the duration of their contract…

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