Industry NewsALL THAT'S HAPPENING IN THE TEXAS DEREGULATED ELECTRIC MARKET
December 7, 2012 at 8:30am in the Austin Marriot North, TML and TCAP will host the first ABCs of Energy: What City Officials Need to Know. A conference geared toward understanding the complexities of the Texas energy market. Cities have various interests in how they...
AARP takes a look at the impact of energy deregulation on consumers, and its consequent results on the market. R. A. "Jake" Dyer R.A. Dyer is a policy analyst for TCAP, a coalition of cities and other political subdivisions that purchase electricity in the deregulated...
AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Texas Coalition for Affordable Power (TCAP), the largest coalition of cities and special districts of its kind in the state, has announced that the City of Keller has joined the organization. The Coalition acts as a purchasing...
Media outlets across Texas are focusing this week on the Texas Public Utility Commission, which has a vote scheduled that could increase electric bills.
Retail electric providers say they should have the right to increase prices in fixed-rate contracts if regulators follow through with a proposal to increase wholesale energy costs.
The price of residential electricity has declined in recent years — but those declines are not nearly large enough to reflect what’s happening in the natural gas market.
TXU provides backup electric service for customers whose regular providers go bankrupt. But what if TXU itself goes bankrupt?
A new report suggests policymakers have breathing room to confront the state’s future generation challenges.
The electric utility that serves the city of El Paso has agreed to a $15 million annual rate decrease.
Strategies intended to encourage more generation construction in Texas could increase electric bills.