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Texas electricity retailer Griddy hit with $1 billion lawsuit for ‘price gouging’ after outages – The Dallas Morning News

The proposed class action lawsuit will include all Texans who “used electricity services from Griddy and were hit with excessive charges resulting from the…

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Texas power retailer Griddy is the target of a class-action lawsuit filed in Houston Monday that alleges the company price gouged customers after winter storm Uri cut power to millions across the state.
The lawsuits lead plaintiff is Chambers County resident Lisa Khoury, whose electricity bill from the week of the storm totaled $9,340, according to the suit. Khourys normal monthly bill averages $200 to $250.
Khourys claim seeks to include all Texans who used electricity services from Griddy and…

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