The operator of the electric distribution grid for most of Texas says demand for electric power isn’t growing as fast as previously thought – even during the hottest summer hours.
The operator of the electric grid that lights most of Texas has discontinued a prior alert asking customers to use less electricity.
Today the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is asking electric consumers to reduce electric consumption from 5 p.m. today through Noon on Friday, February 7.
One community in Burleson was left in the dark Monday night when the power went out.
With the power out since Friday, Wreford says it’s gotten down to 37 degrees inside her Lake Highlands area house — and she’s fed up with Oncor’s broken promises.
A lot of North Texans were still without electricity Friday night. And that means no heat for residents as temperatures continue getting colder.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis is joining bipartisan opposition against a possible restructuring of the Texas electricity market.
A handful of Texans had Thanksgiving dinner out as dozens of homes remained without electric power four days after a winter storm.
A cold winter rain suddenly turned to ice west of Fort Worth Friday afternoon, coating trees and power lines.
In the south Dallas community targeted by a serial rapist, relief is giving way to questions. How does a community watch volunteer become a suspected sexual predator?
Electric bills have long been take-it-or-leave-it affairs: Pay one rate for power, no matter when you used it. Now they are increasingly offering deals that sound like cell phone promotions: Free nights, free weekends and pre-paid plans.
A Dallas-based power company says it is considering filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to restructure $32 billion in debt.