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Widespread power outages and skyrocketing customer bills due to a frigid February freeze in Texas are raising questions about the way the state regulates power providers.
We brought in a panel of experts to weigh in on questions about regulation, reliability, and what went wrong in Texas. Our panel:
We’ll address the following questions in this roundtable discussion:
“The real problem in Texas: Deregulation,” Opinion Column by Paul Griffin, Utility Dive,
“Texas Energy Co-Op Files For Bankruptcy After Storm, High Bill,” NPR,
“Texas Electric Bills Were $28 Billion Higher Under Deregulation,” Wall Street Journal,
“Texas Overcharged $16 Billion for Power During Freeze, Monitor Says” Wall Street Journal,
“The $16 Billion in Texas Power Overcharges? Monitor Says Only $3.2 Billion Can Be Undone,” Wall Street Journal,
“Texas PUC doubles down on refusal to reprice $16B market 'error' under pressure from leg, governor,” Utility Dive,
Other Podcast Episodes
The Energy Gang Podcast: “The Texas Grid Failure,”
Columbia Energy Exchange: “Making Sense of the Texas Energy Crisis,”