The supply of electricity in Texas this fall and winter should keep up with demand, according to recent reports.
Texans set a new peak electricity demand record for the month of July by consuming 73,962 megawatts of power between 4 and 5 p.m. on July 13.
A state’s primary power grid operator faces a lawsuit that could determine whether it faces future legal liability.
ERCOT continued to set new records for wind output. Wind resources produced a record of 19,672 megawatts on Jan. 21. On Nov. 25, wind provided a record 58 percent of total load.