Texans in Disbelief After Discovering What It Took to Keep Lights On: ‘We Have Power, But at What Price?’

Griddy’s customers found that as demand for power soared amid the raging storm, the normal $50 per megawatt-hour price quickly adjusted to match the going market rate — which climbed to over $9,000 per megawatt-hour.Bills from other customers dwarf Scott-Amos’ owed amount, with one Texan man even on the hook for over $7,000 after only a few days of use — and $8,162.73 total for the month of February.

Source: Texans in Disbelief After Discovering What It Took to Keep Lights On: ‘We Have Power, But at What Price?’

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