Texas Legislation Raises Red Flags For Clean Energy Cos.

By Keith Goldberg (April 9, 2021, 9:32 PM EDT) -- Clean energy advocates are concerned that the Texas Legislature's attempt to prevent future winter storm blackouts is an overcorrection that would hinder wind and solar development in the Lone Star State.

State lawmakers are wrangling over a host of bills aimed at improving electricity reliability following outages that left millions of Texans in the dark during February's deadly storm. But clean energy groups are crying foul over legislation that would, for the first time, require intermittent electricity generators — namely, wind and solar — to buy certain outside services aimed at ensuring the grid remains reliable.

They're also concerned that wind...

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