July 23, 2024

Entergy Texas

MISO: Hurricane Beryl Caused Electrical Island in Texas
MISO said damage wrought from Hurricane Beryl triggered an overnight electrical island in a Southeastern Texas load pocket.
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Texas Utilities: Beryl’s Damage Unlike that of Cat 1s
Transmission providers say Hurricane Beryl’s high winds deep inland in a heavily-wooded region led to significant customer outages that will last more than a week after the storm’s landfall.
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Hurricane Beryl Leaves 2.7M Customers Without Power
Hurricane Beryl ripped through the Houston area after making a landfall on the Texas Gulf Coast July 8 as a Category 1 storm, leaving a trail of death and destruction in its wake.
Entergy Texas
Entergy Reaches Settlement on $2.3B Texas Rate Case
Entergy's Texas subsidiary struck a rate case settlement with state regulators to recover $2.3 billion for grid-modernization improvements it has completed.
NextEra, SREA Protest Canceled MISO Project at FERC
NextEra Energy Transmission and the Southern Renewable Energy Association are asking FERC to intervene in a last-ditch effect to save the only competitive transmission project ever approved for MISO South.
Texas PUC Briefs: Nov. 3, 2022
The Texas PUC has approved staff’s recommendation that ERCOT serve as the footprint’s reliability monitor, formalizing a two-year collaboration.
MISO Cancels Hartburg-Sabine Competitive Project
A MISO staff planning committee has determined that the $130 million, 500-kV Hartburg-Sabine Junction project in East Texas is no longer necessary.
MISO Study to Decide Fate of Texas Competitive Project
MISO is forming the planning analyses that will decide the fate of the contentious Hartburg-Sabine Junction project, but some stakeholders have concerns.
MISO Reassessing Hartburg-Sabine Project amid Texas ROFR Dispute
MISO announced it will reanalyze the controversial Hartburg-Sabine Junction transmission project in East Texas for a fresh look at its effectiveness.
Texas Admin Monitor
Regulators Debate Competition in Entergy’s Texas Footprint
The Texas PUC discussed the lack of competition in Entergy Texas’ footprint, questioning whether previous cost recoveries have benefited ratepayers.

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