June 23 — The Texas Supreme Court ruled Friday that ERCOT, the operator of Texas’ power grid, is a government entity, granting the organization immunity to lawsuits stemming from 2021′s deadly winter storm.
June 22 — Power problems in Texas seem relatively frequent in recent years. Cold snaps, heat waves, freak storms – any of them can tax the state’s independent power grid, which is largely cut off from the rest of the country.
June 22 — A new energy survey released Thursday found that crude oil prices remain level, and that’s good news for consumers.
June 22 — As many parts of Texas continued to be gripped by extreme heat, news of a power plant failure in North Texas last week brought even more attention to the state’s electrical grid.
Jan. 31 — spokesperson for Oncor said the storm has gone about how they expected – with few outages to start the day and more as each hour progressed.