Keeping the electricity supply flowing to homes in Texas just got easier.

Texas Adopts Electricity Supply Chain Map

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How Will the Electricity Supply Chain Map Help Texans? You don’t have to be a member of The A-Team to love it when a plan comes together. Four state government entities with stakes in energy infrastructure developed the Electricity Supply Chain Map. Emergency managers can use this online Texas electricity map to help them set Read More

Federal investigation could affect future of Texas solar farms.

Could Panel Probe Shade Texas Solar Farms?

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Could Investigation Stall Texas Solar Farms? Solar panel companies fiercely compete for business all over the world. So there’s little surprise that suppliers scramble to get an edge and make the best products at the cheapest rates. But in the past few years, cheap Chinese imports have out-sold those made here at home. The U.S. Read More

As Texas is the hub of the U.S. energy industry, protecting it from Russian and other hackers keeps the lights on for millions of Americans.

Is ERCOT Safe From Russian Hackers?

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Russian Hackers Pose Threat to ERCOT  It was more than a pandemic ago when Russian hackers tried to disrupt the 2016 US election. Since then, Russian hackers can’t seem to stay out of the news. Texas local governments faced ransomware attacks in 2019. Now, hackers have their sights on the US energy sector, targeting gas Read More