The North American Electric Reliability Corporation warns of energy shortfalls this summer amid drought and supply chain disruptions.
The governor previously claimed “everything that needed to be done was done to fix the power grid in Texas.”
The state needs more reliable thermal energy.
“The House took no action this week, they adjourned. So it leaves it to the governor.”
While the two leaders battle, Gov. Greg Abbott has so far been silent on his preferred approach to high electrical bills from last month’s winter weather.
In a matter of hours, the Senate not only had a bill filed after the normal filing deadline but saw it shepherded through the legislative process in the Senate.
Unreliable energy producers could stand to benefit at the cost of others.
Neither Patrick’s nor Phelan’s priorities address ending the subsidization of renewable energy boondoggles.
“Hardworking Texans who pulled together to get their communities through this disaster deserve transparency and justice.”
Will continue to perform the role of president and CEO during a 60-day “transition period.”