Aug. 8 – After more than a year of debate, the issue fizzled in the face of strong objections from industrial power users, who said such a market would unnecessarily raise rates. They claimed that future demands on Texas’ electric grid were exaggerated and ERCOT has been able to find plenty of power.
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