A recent study has found that combining hydro-power with mountain storage could represent a realistic option for areas with high electricity costs.
“We studied a range of potential risks and believe there will be sufficient operating reserves,” said Manager of Resource Adequacy Pete Warnken.
The experience for commercial customers under the Texas electric deregulation law has been different from the experience for residential customers.
The Dallas Morning News, in a June 19 editorial, urged the PUC to create rules for battery storage.
Unlike residential customers, commercial and industrial customers during 2017 paid comparatively less under electric deregulation.