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Wichita Falls Joins Texas Cities to Lobby for Lower Electric Rates

City councilors vote to join the Texas Coalition for Affordable power initiative, joining 165 other Texas cities that are doing so.
    Today Wichita Falls city councilors vote to join 165 other Texas cities in a lobbying effort for lower consumer electric bills.
    Councilors approved the city's joining the Texas Coalition for Affordable Power, or TCAP, which purchases electricity for the city's own governmental use.
    TCAP negotiates terms and conditions for electric service that may be unavailable to a single city acting alone.
    According to TCAP's website, this arrangement provides price stability in the state's energy market.
    TCAP members and member cities advocate for lower electricity rate for all consumers within Texas cities.
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