Coronavirus In Texas: Public Utility Commission Moves Up Deadline On Certain ShutoffsDarkness could come sooner than expected for some Texans.
New Area Code Proposed For Parts Of DFW AreaIt's projected three existing area codes, 214, 469 and 972, will run out of numbers by the second quarter of 2021.
Fighting Water Rate Increase In Lavon Could Cost CustomersTo fight the appeal, the water board warned customers they could have to pay $63.61 each.
ERCOT Urging Conservation Of Electricity Through 7 PM Due To High Texas Temps"High temperatures have resulted in record electricity demand over the last few days and may result in a new record today."
PUC Delays Decision On Frisco's Plan To Bury Power LinesAn agreement to bury some controversial power lines may not be enough for regulators.
State Officials To Consider Frisco's Plan To Bury Power LinesAfter years of fighting over power lines, it looks like a group of homeowners may get their way and have the lines buried rather than hanging overhead.
Battle Lines Drawn Over Power Lines In FriscoSome Frisco homeowners are concerned about proposed high voltage transmission lines coming into their neighborhood.
Dallas Fights To Avoid Water Rate HikeThe future of water rates in Dallas is up for debate on Tuesday in Austin. That debate is centered around a dispute between the City of Dallas and the Sabine River Authority.
State Senators Question Electricity PricingThe Texas Senate's Natural Resources Committee has called the Public Utility Commission to talk about the pricing of electricity.
Oncor Customers Should Expect Higher Electric BillsYou'll probably notice an increase on your next electric bill. According to Oncor Electric, the charge is to recover the money the company spends on transmission lines and other equipment.
Texas PUC May Double Electric Prices CapThe Texas Public Utility Commission will consider doubling the cap on wholesale electricity prices in hopes of convincing generators to build more power plants.
Official: Texas Electric Supply Will Be Tight The Texas power grid barely has enough electricity to meet demand this summer, and an unexpected drop in generation or spike in demand could lead to rolling blackouts, the president of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas testified Tuesday.
Power Company Sued After Massive Texas WildfireA utility company knew about wildfire dangers amid severe Texas drought, but failed to remove dead trees and branches near their power lines.
No Market Manipulation During February OutagesEnergy markets were not manipulated during rolling electrical outages and the failure of dozens of power plants in early February.
Energy Conservation Urged To Prevent Rolling OutagesTens of thousands of people across North Texas lost electricity on Wednesday, according to local energy provider Oncor.