Reacting to objections from industrial customers and others, the managers of the state’s primary electricity grid on Tuesday postponed a vote on whether to increase the target for electricity reserves.
“There have been a lot of concerns expressed by different people,” said Craven Crowell, chairman of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, which is commonly known as ERCOT. “There appears to be — just on the face of it — some validity to those concerns.”
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