Texas House of Representatives (TX House)
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.
The Texas Legislature is working to pass bills to facilitate fossil fuel energy generation but limit renewable energy generation.
Texas lawmakers once again grilled the PUC and ERCOT over the commission's proposed market redesign.
The GCPA's annual fall conference treated attendees to panel discussions, an oral history of ERCOT, and a reenactment of the Lincoln-Douglas debates.
The head of Texas’ Public Utility Commission told state lawmakers they will get a chance to vet ERCOT’s market redesign next year before it becomes operational.
The Texas Public Utility Commission said that former U.S. Rep. Bill Flores (R) and two others had been selected to be directors on ERCOT’s board.
Texas regulators discussed with ERCOT market participants potential changes to an energy market that has been virtually untouched for almost 20 years.
The Texas PUC began hearings over ERCOT's request for a pair of debt-obligation orders to finance $2.9 billion incurred during the February winter storm.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law a pair of comprehensive reform bills that he said would fix the “flaws” that lead to February’s power failure.
The Texas Legislature has adjourned, having passed just enough reforms in the wake of February's arctic event to protect the ERCOT grid this summer.
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