ERCOT will have to release information about power plant outages quicker — but it may not detail what causes them

The Public Utility Commission said the state's main power grid operator will have three days — instead of 60 — to release some information about power plant outages. But that may not include why the electricity generators were offline.

By Mitchell Ferman, The Texas Tribune
Posted 6/25/21

Texas regulators on Thursday directed the state’s main power grid operator to drastically reduce the amount of time it releases some — but not all — information about power plant …

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