Lawmakers are working fast to determine the next step to counter rising fuel prices following the White House’s announcement to ban Russian oil imports, a move with strong bipartisan support, reports E&E News. While some say the recent push to lower energy emissions has led to the current price spike, othersContinue Reading

At the direction of lawmakers, the PUCT is adopting more comprehensive requirements for Emergency Operations Plans (EOP). As a result, electric utilities, transmission operators and power generators must file plans for improved communications, robust supply chains, cold weather events and cyberattacks by April 15, reports Utility Dive.  “I think this rule isContinue Reading

It has been nearly a year since Texas experienced the historical electric grid collapse and subsequent blackouts, which left millions of Texans in the dark for days and claimed the lives of hundreds. Now, the details of the event and the response of power regulators and legislators are outlined by TexasContinue Reading