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Dec. 9 -- Navisun, a solar independent power producer, will finance, build, own and operate the Erath Solar project. This will be the third project for Navisun and TPE. -- Solar Power World
Oct. 15 — The industry is growing increasingly comfortable with lithium-ion, but its limitations open up a space for other technologies to compete in the storage mix. — Utility Dive
Aug. 3 -- The council approved a resolution authorizing renewal of an agreement with Texas Coalition for Affordable Power to provide electricity for the period on and after Jan. 1, 2023. TCAP is a non-profit organization that pools energy to negotiate lower rates. It...
July 5 -- The Texas PUC rejected ratepayers’ participation in an AEP wind project for the second time in three years, denying a plan by subsidiary SWEPCO to add 810 MW of wind energy. -- RTO Insider
Star Local Media: CenterPoint Energy and Energy Capital Partners Complete Sale of CenterPoint Energy Services Business
June 1 -- CenterPoint Energy and Energy Capital Partners, a private equity and credit investor specializing in energy infrastructure projects, today announced that they have closed on the sale of CenterPoint Energy Services, Inc. to an affiliate of ECP. Net proceeds...
The Bryan-College Station Eagle: Future of Grimes County’s Gibbons Creek Generation Station remains uncertain
BTU is one of four entities — including the cities of Garland, Denton and Greenville — that comprise the Texas Municipal Power Agency. BTU General Manager Gary Miller said Friday that though TMPA does have a potential buyer lined up for the Gibbons Creek plant, it has...
April 10 -- A deal to reduce oil production between Russia and OPEC hopes to stabilize the global oil and gas market. However, some experts think it could be too little, too late. -- CBS 7
Dec. 28 -- There, about 200 turbines stretch almost 300 feet into the sky and produce enough clean energy to power more than 100,000 homes. The turbines are among thousands that have been installed across the country in the past few decades, particularly in Texas –...
July 20 — The Rio Grande Valley figures largely in a plan developed by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas to make the state’s grid more reliable after it nearly collapsed during February’s extreme winter weather event. — Read More