ERCOT Predicts Peak Electric Usage this Summer

ERCOT Predicts Peak Electric Usage this Summer

Predicted record-breaking electricity usage and tightening power reserves could make for a challenging summer for ERCOT, the Texas grid operator. Also known as the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, the organization released two reports on Thursday — including a...
Wind Power to Surpass Coal in Texas, Expert Predicts

Wind Power to Surpass Coal in Texas, Expert Predicts

With the expected retirement of several aging plants and the continued growth of wind power, the production of electricity from wind turbines may soon supersede that from coal in Texas. That’s the word from University of Texas-Austin research fellow Joshua Rhodes, who...
TCAP Documents Continuing Drop in Electric Complaints

TCAP Documents Continuing Drop in Electric Complaints

Continuing a generally downward trend that began nearly a decade ago, electricity complaints filed with state regulators have dropped to a new post-deregulation low, according to a new report from the Texas Coalition for Affordable Power. All told, Texans filed 4,175...