Hurricane Harvey Update: 184,000 Customers Lack Power

Hurricane Harvey Update: 184,000 Customers Lack Power

At 6 pm Eastern Time on Thursday, around 184,000 customers were still without power in Texas and Louisiana, the Edison Electric Institute reported. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the association representing all US investor-owned utilities says that progress is being made to restore power. … Read more…

Toyota Installs Largest Corporate On-Site Solar Power System in Texas

Toyota Installs Largest Corporate On-Site Solar Power System in Texas

Installation of an 8.79-MW solar generation system is underway at Toyota Motor North America’s new headquarters in Plano, Texas, the automaker announced on April 10.

Budget Shortfall Drives Rate Increase at Georgetown Electric

In Williamson County, Texas, Georgetown Electric utilities customers soon may see a hike of $2 to $4 per in their monthly bills – and it’s all because of what they didn’t use last summer, according to a January 5 report by the CBS-TV Austin affiliate, KEYE-TV.

TCAP to Negotiate Five-Year Electric Rates for Sherman, Texas

The five-member City Council of Sherman, Texas – serving a population of about 40,000 located 65 miles northeast of Dallas – voted to adopt Resolution No. 6056 on February 1, authorizing the Texas Coalition for Affordable Power  (TCAP) to “lock in very favorable electrical rates … Read more…

Texas Doubles Electricity Price Cap; UK’s EDF Energy Hikes Prices

Texas Doubles Electricity Price Cap; UK’s EDF Energy Hikes Prices

Texas regulators have voted to double the price cap for wholesale electricity over the next three years, according to media reports. In a move to encourage investment in new generation, the Public Utility Commission of Texas unanimously approved raising the cap to $5,000 a megawatt-hour … Read more…

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