Public Utilities Commission of Texas (PUCT)
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.
Entergy's Texas subsidiary struck a rate case settlement with state regulators to recover $2.3 billion for grid-modernization improvements it has completed.
Industry experts at NARUC's Winter Policy Summit discussed needed improvements in gas-electric coordination after recent winter weather events.
Texas lawmakers say they are concerned the Public Utility Commission’s proposals don’t do enough to encourage investment in new gas-fired generation.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott appointed long-time ExxonMobil employee Kathleen Jackson to the PUC, bringing the agency to its full complement of commissioners.
ERCOT asked the Texas Supreme Court to find that it is entitled to immunity as a governmental agency and reject a five-year-old lawsuit by a power developer.
Hot weather that one weatherman called “categorically insane” has settled over Texas and led ERCOT to call on generators to postpone planned outages.
The Texas Energy Summit gathered in person for the first time since the February 2021 winter storm that nearly collapsed the ERCOT grid.
ERCOT and Texas regulators and politicians say the grid is ready for severe winter weather this time, but some stakeholders aren't so sure.
ERCOT says it has received all but one winter readiness report from system generating resources as part of the state’s new winter readiness requirements.
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