Texas’ main electric grid operator will pay $384,000 in fines for violations of power reliability standards in 2008.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, ERCOT, will pay the fines under a settlement with Texas Reliability Entity, which oversees federal rules related to power grid reliability in Texas.
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