Articles tagged: Public Utility Commission
The state’s utility regulator drew intense scrutiny from legislators last week for failing to regulate the electric industry ahead of the February blackouts. Many of its top staffers have worked for the power companies it oversees.
Public Utility Commission Chair DeAnn Walker became the most prominent Texas official to fall in the wake of the February blackouts, announcing her resignation ...Read More
The move is a win for consumer and environmental groups that said the fee would dim solar’s prospects in El Paso.
The move is a win for consumer and environmental groups that said the fee would dim solar’s prospects in El Paso and make consumers less likely to go solar....Read More
Solar is just a tiny sliver—less than 1 percent—of Texas' electricity mix. Yet, the economics are becoming increasingly favorable for solar to take off ...Read More
How’s the great free-market experiment into electricity deregulation going? Not all that great for the average Texan, according to a report released today...Read More
Seven years after the Texas Legislature passed a bill calling for the state to add 500 megawatts of non-wind renewable power to its energy mix by 2015, the Publ...Read More