Lubbock Power & Light (LP&L)
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.
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.
ERCOT welcomed 70% of Lubbock Power & Light’s load to its system, a culmination of six years of engineering work and regulatory approvals.
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.
The Texas Public Utility Commission approved modifications to proposed transmission lines necessary to integrate Lubbock Power & Light load into ERCOT.
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 regulators formally approved one of two transmission projects necessary to integrate much of the city of Lubbock’s load into ERCOT.
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.
The PUCT issued preliminary certificates of convenience and necessity for transmission that will integrate some of LP&L’s SPP load into the ERCOT system.
The PUCT cleared the way for Sempra Energy to acquire Oncor Electric Delivery and for Lubbock Power & Light (LP&L) to migrate from SPP to ERCOT.
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