Below are links to some useful resources that can provide more information around the competitive Texas electric market, electric competition, and the electric industry.
The regulatory body responsible for oversight of the Electric and Telecom industries in Texas.
Ensures the reliability of the Texas power grid and acts as a clearing hub for market transactions.
An independent agency created to represent the interests of residential and small commercial customers.
A trade organization of electric companies in Texas. Organized in 1978, AECT provides a forum for member company representatives to exchange information about public policy, and to communicate with government officials and the public.
Represents more than 750 electricity stakeholders, including customers, suppliers, generators, transmission owners, trade associations, and economic development corporations – all of whom support well-structured competitive electricity markets for the benefit of consumers.
A non-profit organization of individuals and corporations mostly in the Gulf Coast region who are interested in promoting and sustaining a healthy competitive power market and promoting an improved understanding of issues and opportunities impacting contemporary power markets.
Federal government agency responsible for collecting data on energy markets throughout the United States.
EEI provides national public policy leadership, industry data, market opportunities, strategic business intelligence, conferences and forums, and associated products and services.