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Summer (and maybe winter) of discontent for US power markets

Platts – The Barrel

by Eric Wieser For the wholesale power markets, summer and winter typically grab the bulk of traders’ attention as loads can push the limits, which can result in bouncing power prices. This past summer, temperatures in the lower 48 states came in as the fifth warmest in the 122-year period of […]

Up next for ERCOT decision is cost-benefit study

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

The Public Utility Commission is seeking a cost-benefit analyses ahead of its vote on Lubbock joining the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, so for the next few weeks the impacted electric pools will meeting to determine exactly what that study will look like. The impacted electric managers …

TCAP: Low-Cost Deals on Rise, But …


TCAP: Low-Cost Deals on Rise, But Average Electric Prices Historically Higher with Deregulation Residents in Houston and Dallas can choose among a growing number of competitive electricity deals with prices that meet or beat prices in deregulation-exempt areas of the state, according to a new report from the Texas Coalition for Affordable Power. What […]

Energy Future Holdings Files Second Bankruptcy Plan

The Texas Tribune

by Jim Malewitz Energy Future Holdings, Texas’ largest power company, is going back to the drawing board in its efforts to emerge from one of the largest corporate bankruptcies in American history. The conglomerate filed a second plan to shed tens of billions of dollars of debt on Sunday, five months after […]

PUC Puts Electric Companies on Notice


One-cent electricity? Probably not. But that’s what Public Utility Commission chair Donna Nelson spied on the state’s powertochoose website — and it’s got her angry. “It has come to my attention that some of the REPs are working the powertochoose website,” said the PUC chair on Thursday, referring to retail electric providers that may […]

In Texas power market, flighty customers pose challenge

The Dallas Morning News

by James Osborne From television commercials to sales reps at the supermarket, the push to uproot Texans from those companies that have traditionally supplied electricity here continues to gain ground. New data from the state’s grid operator, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, shows that the number of residential customers that […]