ERCOT surprised market participants with an announcement that it plans to increase operating reserves by requesting an additional 3,000 MW of capacity to shore up the grid for the upcoming winter.
Austin Energy has brought back former ERCOT CEO and city staffer Bob Kahn as its general manager.
ERCOT said it will pay Austin Energy a $2.86 million to settle an alternative dispute resolution stemming from the February 2021 winter storm.
Icy weather knocked more than 400,000 Texas customers offline last week, but all outages were at the local distribution level.
The Texas comptroller says the financial fallout from February’s Winter Storm Uri could be as high as $130 billion, as earlier estimated by the Dallas Fed.
The ERCOT Technical Advisory Committee unanimously approved a change to how emergency response service resources return following recall.
ERCOT’s new long-term load forecast for COVID-19 scenarios indicates the Texas grid operator will continue to see a loss of demand into 2024.
The EPA's relaxed emission rules for coal-fired generation is almost irrelevant to some of the country's largest public power companies.
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