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: Cities in Texas and Nationwide Make Solar Energy Progress by TCCFUI | Jun 2, 2020Almost 90 percent of surveyed cities more than doubled their total installed solar PV capacity between 2013 and 2019. 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: Legislation Draws Objections from Texas Cities, TCCFUI by TCCFUI | Apr 8, 2019Pending legislation could undermine the ability of cities to collect reasonable right-of-way rental fees. 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 Blog: PUC Questions Contract with Texas Reliability Monitor by TCCFUI | Oct 5, 2020The contract dispute highlights a potential mismatch between state law and oversight of the Texas RE. 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: Legislation costly to Texas cities signed by governor by TCCFUI | Jun 17, 2019“They’re essentially, in just San Antonio’s case, taking a straw and sucking out $8 million.” 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.