Texas voters are voting on a constitutional amendment that would create a nearly $10 billion state fund for dispatchable energy that opponents say amounts to a handout for the gas industry.
ERCOT staff are reviewing the spate of electric-related legislation that was recently passed by Texas lawmakers.
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.
ERCOT is looking at a revised operating reserve demand curve and additional ancillary services to bridge the proposed performance credit mechanism.
Texas lawmakers have laid out a legislative package that threatens the state’s renewable industry and provides generous incentives to thermal generation.
ERCOT’s IMM continues to criticize Texas regulators’ preferred market redesign, saying what they have proposed is a “less effective and efficient."
ERCOT survived a record-breaking summer and a pre-Christmas winter storm, but now it must gain lawmakers' approval of a new market design.
Texas lawmakers once again grilled the PUC and ERCOT over the commission's proposed market redesign.
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.
A Texas energy advisory committee has produced what it calls a “comprehensive” plan to guide lawmakers and stakeholders in more changes to ERCOT's market.
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