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July 18, 2024

Lubbock Power & Light (LP&L)

City of Lubbock
LP&L Moves Remaining Customers into ERCOT System
Lubbock Power & Light has completed the migration of more than 107,000 customers into ERCOT, giving them a chance to choose their own electric providers.
ERCOT
ERCOT Technical Advisory Committee Briefs: Dec. 4, 2023
ERCOT stakeholders have endorsed the grid operator’s proposed ancillary service methodology for 2024, but only after extracting a commitment from staff to bring the proposal back for further review.
City of Lubbock
Texas PUC Order Clears LP&L’s Path to ERCOT, Retail Choice
Texas regulators have approved a settlement that clears the way for Lubbock Power & Light to migrate from SPP into ERCOT and begin offering retail choice.
ERCOT
ERCOT Board of Directors Briefs: June 8, 2021
Interim ERCOT CEO Brad Jones has a 100-day strategic plan to restore confidence in the grid operator’s ability to operate reliably after February's storm.
Six Years in the Making: LP&L Migrates Load to ERCOT
ERCOT welcomed 70% of Lubbock Power & Light’s load to its system, a culmination of six years of engineering work and regulatory approvals.
Texas PUC Meeting Briefs: Feb. 27, 2020
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.
Texas PUC Approves LP&L Integration Project
The Texas Public Utility Commission approved modifications to proposed transmission lines necessary to integrate Lubbock Power & Light load into ERCOT.
Texas PUC Briefs: Dec. 13, 2019
Texas' PUC denied El Paso’s request for an extension of settlement negotiations, maintaining the agreement deadline in the acquisition of El Paso Electric.
Texas PUC Briefs: Sept. 26, 2019
Texas regulators formally approved one of two transmission projects necessary to integrate much of the city of Lubbock’s load into ERCOT.
Texas PUC Briefs: Sept. 12, 2019
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.

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