News From ERCOT
The Texas Public Utility Commission held off on giving its final blessing to $1.37 billion worth of transactions involving Oncor, Sharyland Utilities and Sempra Energy.
ERCOT staff warned that forward energy markets indicate high prices this summer, which could lead to unexpected increases in credit obligations.
The ERCOT Technical Advisory Committee’s leadership has canceled the committee’s April 24 meeting because of a “limited number of items to be considered.”
ERCOT staff and stakeholders began the long process of implementing real-time co-optimization with the first meeting of the Real-Time Co-Optimization Task Force.