"In a lot of ways, that's a moving target," said Kevin Slay, TXU district manager.
"That is determined by the cost to run our business, and weather has a great impact on that as well."He
said while they have earned more over the past two years, since deregulation, the company has funneled the money into service and equipment improvements.Slay
said the PUC
has reviewed annual reports that disclose the company's earnings, and the bulk of McKinney residents are on a "price-to-beat rate," a rate that was set by the government and cannot be undone even if transmission and delivery rates go down.