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Like the rest of Texas, ERCOT has had to make significant adjustments in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic
Lawmakers behind the deregulation law inserted a provision that gives citizens the ability to team with their cities to save money.
The agency warns against third-party vendors promising to help with program enrollment. Many may be scammers.
The PUC has received complaints of long hold times and phone call hang-ups for financially distressed electricity customers.
A recent decision by the Texas Public Utility Commission to suspend electric service disconnections during the COVID-19 crisis made statewide headlines. Less publicized, however, are pandemic responses by the state’s major gas utilities.
The grid operator began monitoring shifting usage patterns about a month ago as large numbers of Texans began working from home.
As Independent Market Monitor, Bivens will be charged with identifying potential design flaws in the ERCOT market and with guarding against manipulation by power traders.
Chances are that you’re cooking home now more than ever. But this means you probably also run your home dishwasher more — and dishwashers hog energy.
The Texas Municipal League and numerous government agencies answers pandemic-related questions online.
The emergency fund will be financed through a 33 cent-per-megawatt charge on utility bills, or about 33 cents per month.