Under the program, which is open to larger-volume customers, eligible participants will have a half hour to respond to ERCOT requests to reduce electricity usage.
A business group estimates a $4.5 billion cost for a proposal now pending at the Texas Public Utility Commission. That could equate to $17 per month on home bills.
Proposed regulatory changes could increase wholesale energy prices during the hottest days of summer. But will the changes bring more generation to Texas?
A new report suggests policymakers have breathing room to confront the state’s future generation challenges.
Should Texas allow more connections between its main transmission grid and other states? Some want a second look.