emergency response service (ERS)
With ERCOT’s board having asserted itself as the new sheriff in town, its stakeholders are settling themselves to a lesser role.
ERCOT's Technical Advisory Committee endorsed two transmission projects with a combined capital cost of more than $760 million.
Texas regulators accelerate their efforts to redesign the ERCOT market with a strawman proposal as they rush to meet a self-imposed December deadline.
Texas regulators reacted to another potential conservation call by ERCOT by assuring residents the grid operator is using other tools in its toolbox.
ERCOT stakeholders endorsed several protocol changes and associated changes related to ERS service and load-resource participation in non-spinning reserves.
One of Texas' leading energy experts had a dose of reality for state regulators working on a new design for the ERCOT market.
PJM stakeholders endorsed tariff language revisions to exclude the right of first refusal process from evaluation of non-firm transmission service requests.
ERCOT’s updated report on generator outages during the February winter storm that indicates gas was the fuel source most susceptible to going offline.
ERCOT’s Board of Directors approved staff recommendation to reprice some market transactions stemming from a software error on Feb. 15.
ERCOT said it will seek board approval for a potential price correction needed because of software errors that occurred on Feb. 15 during a winter storm.
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