The Rangers and Cowboys say they’re doing their part to conserve energy. At the Ballpark, one of four chilling towers used to cool offices, restaurants and other enclosed areas has been shut down since Wednesday.
The record setting heat wave continues to zap the power supply in North Texas. Homes and businesses in the area are being asked to conserve electricity, and many building owners are making sure they are doing their part.
Rolling power outages may begin in Texas homes as the state’s electrical grid is again being pushed to the brink by triple-degree heat.
The state’s electric grid operator is trying to prevent rolling blackouts this week, but they say it’s up to consumers to make it happen.
On the hottest day in more than a decade, the agency that manages the state’s power grid appealed to residents and businesses to conserve electricity by beginning the first stages of an energy emergency.
The manager of the Texas electrical grid is appealing for users to cut back on their electricity usage for the rest of the afternoon.
It’s so hot in North Texas that the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is asking folks to cut back on power usage this afternoon.
Energy markets were not manipulated during rolling electrical outages and the failure of dozens of power plants in early February.
Two Senate committees will hold joint hearings into why power plants shut down unexpectedly earlier this month.
With more winter weather and freezing temperatures in the forecast this week, the organization representing 75 hospitals in North Texas wants some answers about last weeks rolling blackouts.
One North Texas Congressman blames the construction of the state’s newer power plants for the recent Texas-wide power emergency.
Tens of thousands of people across North Texas lost electricity on Wednesday, according to local energy provider Oncor.