A Texas appeals court reversed PUC orders to keep ERCOT wholesale prices at the $9,000/MWh cap during the deadly February 2021 winter storm.
Texas politicians are making a last-ditch push to save a 37-year-old coal plant in East Texas that they say has another 22 years of useful life.
Former FERC Chair Richard Glick says an industry report on transmission’s value underscores what many already know: More capacity makes a big difference.
Texas regulators are pushing a performance credit mechanism that requires load-serving entities to buy performance-based credits from generation resources.
Keynoting the Energy Bar Association Texas Chapter’s Energy Symposium, Lori Cobos said ERCOT stakeholders will soon get a look at the market’s redesign.
An ACORE panel on maintaining reliability on the path to decarbonization focused on scenario planning, energy efficiency — and magical thinking.
A Texas energy advisory committee has produced what it calls a “comprehensive” plan to guide lawmakers and stakeholders in more changes to ERCOT's market.
The ERCOT Board of Directors could finally unveil its choice to lead the Texas grid operator in its continued recovery from last year’s winter disaster.
ERCOT’s conservative use of reliability unit commitments to procure standby reserves since last year’s winter storm is under question.
Texas regulators have settled on a two-phase blueprint to redesign the ERCOT market and have given stakeholders until Friday to comment on their proposals.
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