A self-described cryptocurrency skeptic turned advocate says bitcoin mining could provide the answer to the ERCOT market’s volatility.
The Texas PUC began hearings over ERCOT's request for a pair of debt-obligation orders to finance $2.9 billion incurred during the February winter storm.
American Electric Power CEO Nick Akins called for stepped-up reliability measures following a winter storm that ravaged the Texas grid.
The Public Utility Commission of Texas approved virtual meetings for ERCOT's board and heard a report on recovery from Hurricane Hanna.
The ERCOT Technical Advisory Committee approved the Corpus Christi North Shore transmission project to address more than 1 GW of industrial load growth.
The Texas PUC approved several measures addressing delinquent customer accounts and other issues related to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Public Utility Commission of Texas Chair DeAnn Walker directed staff to open a rulemaking that widens the pool of applicants for ERCOT’s reliability monitor.
The Texas PUC declined to issue final orders in rate cases involving CenterPoint Energy and AEP Texas, but it did approve several other rate recoveries.
The Texas PUC moved a step closer to approving the construction of two 345-kV transmission lines moving about 70% of Lubbock’s load from SPP to ERCOT.
The Texas PUC approved a 345-kV transmission project that cuts through an active petroleum field in West Texas’ Permian Basin.
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