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States broke-up (de-regulated) electric companies when courts found that large providers held monopolies in major metropolitan areas: Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston and large areas of state that did not have government owned utilities or co-operatives.

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States broke-up (de-regulated) electric companies when courts found that large providers held monopolies in major metropolitan areas: Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston and large areas of state that did not have government owned utilities or co-operatives.

Companies may not perform any more than ONE of the de-regulated functions.

Regulation is over-seen by:

Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) under the direction of

the Texas Public Utilities Commission (PUC).

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ENERGY DEREGULATION courts found that large providers held monopolies in major metropolitan areas: Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston and large areas of state that did not have government owned utilities or co-operatives.

Delivery

Generation

Energy Retailer

South Texas Nuclear

Shell Energy

etc.

Reliant

TXU

First Choice

StarTex

Liberty

etc.

Centerpoint

Texas/New Mexico

Sharyland

AEP

Entergy

  • Delivery

  • Meter reading

  • Storm recovery

  • Buys electricity

  • Sells to (bills) customer

examples of “Who Does What!”


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