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What might new leadership at ERCOT mean for the troubled Texas power grid?
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas' new CEO has experience working under a different power pricing model — a capacity market.
What's behind China's power cuts?
China has more than enough coal underground to service the country's needs.
Renewable energy startup aims to help Texans lower electric bills
Households with less disposable income often pay higher rates. Energy Well Texas is addressing that as well as emergency preparedness.
The legacy of Enron in California's power challenges today
California faces more potential rolling blackouts this year due to a historic drought. But the state's deregulated power system also plays a role, and dates back to the Enron scandal.