Bryan Schools Spending Less Than Expected For ElectricityFeatured Stories, News Friday, September 7th, 2012
School districts who are powered by Bryan’s electric utility are getting a rate adjustment.
At the last city council workshop, BTU general manager Gary Miller said next year’s electric cost for the Bryan schools will be $300,000 dollars less than originally expected.
Miller says Bryan ISD saved $400,000 dollars last year because the district was in the last year of a negotiated rate contract.
City Manager Kean Register says it has to do with changing the way BTU sets electric rates.
Register says all school districts served by BTU were moved from negotiated contracts to rate categories that are determined by consumption.
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