Oncor Electric maintains power lines in North Texas. The Public Utility Commission was expected to block the proposed sale of Oncor to NextEra Energy on Thursday.
Oncor Electric maintains power lines in North Texas. The Public Utility Commission was expected to block the proposed sale of Oncor to NextEra Energy on Thursday. RICHARD W. RODRIGUEZ SPECIAL/ RICHARD W. RODRIGUEZ
Oncor Electric maintains power lines in North Texas. The Public Utility Commission was expected to block the proposed sale of Oncor to NextEra Energy on Thursday. RICHARD W. RODRIGUEZ SPECIAL/ RICHARD W. RODRIGUEZ

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