Blog Keep Reading … Stay up to date with TCCFUI. Click through the category shortcuts for more utility news. Cities Electricity Gas Telecom Rates and Service Regulatory Action Renewable Energy Legislature Media Reports Cities BLOG: City Representatives Return to Represent Consumer Interests at ERCOT by TCCFUI | Dec 11, 2020City-backed candidates return to spots on ERCOT’s board, as well as on a key advisory panel. Electricity BLOG: ERCOT Predicts Sufficient Electricity for Fall, Winter by TCCFUI | Sep 4, 2020The supply of electricity in Texas this fall and winter should keep up with demand, according to recent reports. Gas Blog: Major Gas Utilities Respond to Coronavirus Pandemic by TCCFUI | Apr 8, 2020Atmos, which serves more than a million customers, has announced a temporary end to customer disconnections. Telecom BLOG: PUC Seeks Legislative Guidance on EV Charging Stations, TUSF by TCCFUI | Jan 7, 2021The PUC also seeks guidance pertaining to a looming shortfall in a rural telecommunications fund. Rates and Service Blog: Nearly 20 Years Later, Texans Still Pay Deregulation Charges by TCCFUI | Aug 10, 2020Home and business customers have had the charges included in their transmission and distribution rates for years. Regulatory Action Public Utility Commission Issues Series of Executive Orders in Response to Blackouts by TCCFUI | Feb 23, 2021The PUC has issued four executive orders so far, and more may be on the way, Renewable Energy Blog: Summer Energy Consumption, Renewable Use on the Rise in Texas by TCCFUI | Aug 12, 2020ERCOT CEO reports energy consumption in June nearly 1 percent higher than consumption during June 2019. Legislature Blog: Blackouts Prompt Legislative Inquiries into ERCOT by TCCFUI | Feb 16, 2021Ten years ago a punishing cold snap also caused electricity use to spike even as several plants went off line. Media Reports Blog: Major Gas Utilities Respond to Coronavirus Pandemic by TCCFUI | Apr 8, 2020Atmos, which serves more than a million customers, has announced a temporary end to customer disconnections.