CenterPoint Energy collects more profits than have been previously authorized by regulators. That may come as good news to shareholders, but its a windfall paid directly by Houston area electric customers.
(Courtesy Texas Energy Report) A key consultant says that that with typical weather patterns, Texans shouldn’t expect a sizable increase in the number of blackouts even if the state’s generation reserves decline somewhat.
Jun 28, 2012 | Regulatory ActionJune 28, 2012 For Immediate Release The Texas Public Utility Commission on June 28th voted to increase the system wide offer cap in the state’s wholesale electricity market by 50 percent — from $3,000 per megawatt-hour, to $4,500 per megawatt-hour. This increase will...
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