In addition to his integral founding role with TCAP, the Austin-based attorney served as a driving force behind several municipal energy-related organizations and, over the course of his long career, negotiated and litigated utility rate matters collectively valued at more than $1 billion on behalf of more than 300 cities.
The city-backed candidates will return to spots they currently hold on ERCOT’s 16-member board, as well as on a key policymaking panel.
A new report offers insights for building operators — including municipalities — who may be considering upgrades to their existing gas-burning heating systems.
When discussing electric service, the term congestion comes up from time to time. While it may sound simple in concept, congestion can be a complicated subject and definitely has an impact on the price a Texas customer pays for energy in ERCOT.
Is your City leadership ready for their next electric contract, or will they get zapped by the hidden gotchas rarely exposed?