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More typically, real-time prices remain below $30 and only on two other occasions have they reached $9,000.
The experience for commercial customers under the Texas electric deregulation law has been different from the experience for residential customers.
Only once before in the history of the ERCOT power grid have prices hit the $9,000 mark.
The Dallas Morning News, in a June 19 editorial, urged the PUC to create rules for battery storage.
Unlike residential customers, commercial and industrial customers during 2017 paid comparatively less under electric deregulation.
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.