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For summer 2020, the planning reserve margin should hit 10.6 percent, according to the report. ERCOT analyzed data from electric generation developers as well as patterns for statewide energy use to develop that projection.
“We studied a range of potential risks and believe there will be sufficient operating reserves,” said Manager of Resource Adequacy Pete Warnken.
The reporters found cases across the state in which Texans died in the summer heat without electric service.
The Texas Coalition for Affordable Power reviewed electricity complaints and inquiries filed with the PUC’s Office of Customer Protection.
The new system should make the wholesale power market more efficient, and indirectly benefit home consumers.
A city coalition reviewed six years of successive GRIP rate increases affecting gas utility customers in a portion of the Atmos service area.
TCAP’s chronological report on Texas electric deregulation has been updated and re-released to mark the 20th anniversary of the groundbreaking law.
Steep price Increases marked the first years of deregulation, but recent years have been marked by declines.
The experience for industrial customers under the Texas electric deregulation law has been different from the experience for residential customers.
More typically, real-time prices remain below $30 and only on two other occasions have they reached $9,000.