Texas Public Utility Commission (TX PUC)
The Texas PUC's Will McAdams said during an SPP stakeholder meeting he intends to resign from his regulatory position before the year is up.
The 20th Texas Energy Summit, organized by the Texas A&M University System’s Energy Systems Laboratory, again focused on the intersection of air quality and energy.
ERCOT canceled its effort to procure 3,000 MW of additional capacity this winter after “limited response” resulted in 11.1 MW of offers.
The Texas Public Utility Commission and Potomac Economics' Carrie Bivens have both confirmed that she is resigning as ERCOT’s Independent Market Monitor.
Voters OK'd billions for gas generation in Texas, while Democrats won legislative elections in New Jersey and Virginia with implications for energy policy.
The Texas PUC rejected ERCOT’s proposed budget and administration fee increase, agreeing instead to more incremental growth in its revenues.
ERCOT stakeholders and staff tabled a protocol revision request implementing a new ancillary service that faces a tight statutory timeline.
Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar urged the Supreme Court to dismiss a petition to review a 2022 appeals court ruling that found Texas’ ROFR law violates the Constitution’s dormant Commerce Clause.
A potential name change for ERCOT's Independent Market Monitor has heightened some concerns that Texas regulators are attempting to restrict the IMM's independence.
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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