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July 15, 2024

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ERCOT Technical Advisory Committee Briefs: March 27, 2024
Unable to reach a compromise with ERCOT on inverter-based resource ride-through requirements after months of negotiations, stakeholders have managed to push through a potential rule change over the grid operator’s objections.
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Bumps on the Road to Net Zero Highlighted at EPSA Summit
While their net-zero emission targets might not kick in until the 2030s, the power industry already is dealing with the issues they create, panelists said at the Electric Power Supply Association’s Competitive Power Summit.
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ERCOT CEO Cool to Linking to Neighboring RTOs
ERCOT CEO Pablo Vegas threw cold water on the possibility of linking the ISO and the national grid’s other two interconnections.
United States Energy Association
USEA Panelists Highlight Renewable Integration Challenges
As the transition to clean energy contributes to the risk of energy shortfalls, electric industry stakeholders say keeping the grid operating reliably will require new ways of thinking.
Texas PUC
ERCOT Defends Admin Fee Increase Before PUC
ERCOT seeks approval from Texas regulators for its 2024-25 budget and a 27.9% increase to its system administration fee.
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ERCOT Searching for 3 GW of Winter Capacity
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.
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ERCOT Continues to Rely on Voluntary Conservation
ERCOT CEO Pablo Vegas thanked Texas consumers for helping the grid operator survive tight operating conditions this summer.
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ERCOT Board of Directors Briefs: June 19-20, 2023
ERCOT staff are reviewing the spate of electric-related legislation that was recently passed by Texas lawmakers.
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ERCOT: Prepared for Expected Record Demand
ERCOT says it is prepared for triple-digit temperatures in much of Texas this week and next that are expected to lead to new records for peak demand.
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Clean Energy Escapes Texas Legislature’s Wrath
With the 88th Texas Legislature’s regular session now over, the general consensus is that the clean energy industry fared better than recent gloomy predictions.

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