The Free Market Approach to Energy Has Costs Texans $28 Billion Since 2004
FEBRUARY 24, 2021
Texas has a utility market unlike any other in the U.S., and in the wake of last week’s grid failure there that left millions of people in the dark, it’s come under scrutiny. Ninety percent of Texas’ electricity is generated on its own grid , and that grid is very lightly regulated. Read more.