This summer could present a stiff test for the Texas electric grid, but early indicators suggest we will get by, writes Energy Institute Research Associate Joshua Rhodes in a new op-ed published in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Waco Tribune-Herald. High prices brought on by tight reserve margins will send a signal to the market for what resources need to be developed, Rhodes argues, evidence that the market is working as intended. Read more.
Summer demand for power could test Texas electric grid
April 26, 2018