The Electric Reliability Council of Texas released a 60-point plan it said will lead to improved reliability across the state's electric grid as Texas lawmakers and regulators continue their dive into a range of grid reforms
.The July 13 release of ERCOT's road map came one week after Gov. Greg Abbott directed
the state's top utility regulator, the Public Utility Commission of Texas, to pursue several operational changes he said would "ensure that all Texans have access to reliable, safe, and affordable power."
ERCOT on July 13 said its plan was produced with input from a variety of stakeholders and experts including electric customers, market participants, and former industry executives and regulators. Those actors as well as the PUC built the plan to address the goals of Abbott and state legislators, ERCOT said.
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