Texas Regulator Backs Plan That Could Boost Gas-Fired Power

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Texas regulators are moving forward with a major change to the state’s wholesale electricity market that would alter how the power generators are compensated, providing a potential boost to ailing gas-fired plants.

Policy and Regulation, Gas-Fired Electricity, Gas Demand, Gas Supply
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