Industry NewsALL THAT'S HAPPENING IN THE TEXAS DEREGULATED ELECTRIC MARKET
Latest Industry Reports
Snapshot Report: 2019 PUC Complaint Data
Updated October, 2019
Electric Deregulation in Texas: A Market Chronicle
Snapshot Report: Electricity Prices in Texas
Updated May, 2019
Essential staff at the nation’s power plants may find themselves living on site as the COVID-19 crisis worsens, and some plants already have begun stockpiling beds, blankets and food.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted just about every sector of the economy, and that now includes the energy sector, according to analysts and media reports.
The Southern Cross Transmission Project seeks to create a direct-current transmission link between ERCOT and the Southeastern United States using a transmission line through Louisiana and Mississippi.
ERCOT technicians and market participants already have begun taking steps to ensure the grid continues functioning reliably.
ERCOT has no control over the quantity of electricity used on the system, although its finances depend on that usage.
A recent study has found that combining hydro-power with mountain storage could represent a realistic option for areas with high electricity costs.
The ERCOT CEO outlines for lawmakers surprising solar development numbers, says industrial users want more of it.
A timing disconnect between planning requirements for the oil and gas industry and planning requirements for transmission projects has complicated the ERCOT mission.
Published reports project that 29 global auto manufacturers plan to invest $300 billion in electric vehicles over the next five to 10 years.
A number of private companies have begun marketing their own non-affiliated websites with names that sound similar to powertochoose.org. Just conduct a “power to choose” search on Google to see a long list of them.