Readers could have seen your ad here when reading this story. Email
       Events        Jobs        Contact        Migration Stats        Supplier Lists        Municipal Aggregation

State Rep., Businesses File Support For LP&L Move To Retail Choice

January 16,2018

A Texas state rep. and several businesses and large customers have filed comments with the Texas PUC supporting the stated intent of Lubbock Power & Light to implement retail electric choice if a transition to ERCOT is approved

Rep. Byron Cook, who chaired the State Affairs Committee last session, wrote, "It is my understanding that the City of Lubbock utility, Lubbock Power and Light (LP&L) is seeking integration into the ERCOT market, which would allow LP&L, the third largest municipally owned utility in Texas to further strengthen ERCOT. And, as I understand it, if this integration is approved by the PUC, then LP&L plans to begin the process of entering into competition, giving Lubbock citizens and businesses a choice for their retail electric service. The continued growth of ERCOT and the competitive market in Texas should be embraced by all market participants to access future growth. This process should be fair and reasonable allowing for a broad and forward-looking focus as to what is in the best interest of Lubbock citizens, as well the state."

The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce, PYCO Industries, Inc., and Texas Tech University each filed separate letters expressing LP&L's stated intent to adopt retail choice

Lubbock Power & Light   Texas   LP&L   Electric Choice   Deregulation  

Comment on this story

NEW Jobs on
Executive Director -- Retail Supplier
Director/Manager Channel Sales -- Retail Supplier -- Houston
Director of Billing Operations
Analyst, Supply/Settlements -- Retail Supplier -- Houston
Manager of Supply -- Retail Provider -- Dallas

More Stories on
Report: "Texans Prefer Large Retail Electric Providers"
Texas REPs Raise Concern On Inability To Hedge Marginal Losses
Texas Generators Say Real-Time Co-optimization Would Harm ERCOT Reliability
Policy Advisor To Former Texas PUC Commissioner Says ORDC Contains Errors In LOLP Calculation
ERCOT IMM Files Review of Summer 2018 (June - August)

comments powered by Disqus

Advertise here:

Events Jobs Contact Migration Stats Supplier Lists Municipal Aggregation

About Disclaimer Privacy Terms of Service


Developed by: Avidweb Technologies inc.