Law360 (March 29, 2021, 5:47 PM EDT) — The customers of bankrupt Texas power supplier Griddy Energy may be getting a committee to represent their interests after a Texas bankruptcy judge was told Monday that no other potential unsecured creditors have asked to take part in the Chapter 11 case.
At a virtual hearing, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Marvin Isgur approved a notice program and a claims deadline for those customers while saying he would consider requests by customers and the Texas state government for a customer committee later this week.
Houston-based Griddy, which provided variable-rate electricity plans tied to market demand to about 57,000 customers, filed for bankruptcy protection…
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