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More Blackout Fallout: New Texas PUC Chair Resigns

Arthur D'Andrea, the chair of the Texas Public Utility Commission (PUC), who took the post just two weeks ago, has resigned. D'Andrea was the only remaining PUC commissioner and is…


Texas PUC Outlines Review of Response to Power Disaster

The regulatory group that oversees Texas' deregulated power market has identified eight areas the agency will focus on as it continues to study the state's response to a mid-February storm…


Texas PUC Chair Resigns as Outage Probe Continues

The chairwoman of the Public Utility Commission (PUC) of Texas has resigned, stepping down after the state's lieutenant governor earlier on March 1 called for her resignation, along with that…


Report: Gas-Fired Generation Will Rise in Pennsylvania as Coal, Nuclear Decline

Power generation from natural gas is expected to rise in Pennsylvania over the next few years, according to the state Public Utility Commission’s (PUC’s) annual report on generation and transmission…


ERCOT Warns of Intensified Summer Supply Crunch (UPDATED)

Grappling with a historically low planning reserve margin of 7.4%, owing to a mass of coal plant closures, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is forecasting record electric use…