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Texas House advances Senate bill to revise approval process for proposed transmission lines

by Wendell Bell, Grid Monitor
May 27, 2021
The Texas House of Representatives on May 26th approved an amended version of a Senate bill that would revise the criteria used by the Public Utility Commission (PUC) to evaluate applications for new high-voltage transmission lines. .... READ MORE >>

Utility reforms unsettled in final days of legislative session

by Wendell Bell, Grid Monitor
May 28, 2021
With the May 31st end of the legislative session only days away, Texas legislators have yet to agree on legislation that would address widespread utility failures during Winter Storm Uri. Four of the most prominent bills are heading to conference committees to work out differences between House and Senate versions, facing a deadline of midnight, May 29th to produce results. These include HB 4492 that would allow (ERCOT) and certain market participants to use securitized financing to spread payment of unpaid invoices over many years; SB 3, the Senate’s omnibus utility reform bill; SB 2 that would modify eligibility requirements of certain board members of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT); and SB 2154 that would restructure the Public Utility Commission (PUC).... READ MORE >>