The PUC on Thursday postponed a vote on overhauling the Texas electricity market. The sweeping revisions are designed to improve the power grid’s reliability during peak demand periods. “Under the plan, energy generators would earn performance credits if they produce certain amounts of electricity when the power grid’s reserve supply is lowest. They could then sell the credits to retail electricity providers, municipal utilities and other power companies.”
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