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Deregulated Electricity in Texas: A Market Annual
A Virginia-based consulting firm, Potomac Economics, serves as ERCOT’s Independent Market Monitor.
The persistent price gap between deregulated and non-deregulated electric prices for Texas residential consumers has almost vanished.
The proposal has drawn opposition from groups all across the political spectrum — in great part because of its staggering price tag.
The bigger the bird, the more cooking time. And the more cooking time, the greater the energy usage.
The proposal would provide extra revenues for some generators, but potentially increase consumer costs.
Breaking a generally declining trend, the number of electricity-related complaints filed with Texas regulators jumped by nearly one-third during the last fiscal year and they now stand at a new three-year high, according to a new report from the Texas Coalition for...
MID-TERM ELECTION RESULTS Statewide voter turnout was 52.5% as 8.29 million Texans voted in the General Election. As a comparison, just 4.6 million Texans voted in the 2014 General Election which was the last presidential mid-term election. Here is a quick recap of...
Thumbs up. That the sign from ERCOT, which reported on Thursday that Texas generators should keep up with electricity demand during the winter and spring of 2019. ERCOT, also known as the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, is the organization that oversees the...
The ERCOT energy market — like any wholesale energy market — needs a constant supply of reserve generating capacity to ensure it operates reliably. But how much reserve capacity? A system with too much may cost too much to operate. A system with too little runs the...
The Dallas Morning News on September 23 published "Time Bomb," an ambitious two-part investigation into the safety record of Atmos Energy. The report was authored by journalists Cary Aspinwall and Holly K. Hacker. The first part, entitled "How Atmos Energy's Natural...