We discuss how bidirectional charging electric vehicles are not for everyone but could lower electric rates for everyone and help assist in the expansion of distributed generation and distributed generation participation. You can read more by going to our blog article at: https://electricrates.com/60602/electric-cars-and-bidirectional-charging/
The energy landscape in Texas has undergone significant changes since the calamitous events of Winter Storm Uri. Texas electric grid ready for an extreme winter this go around or at least many experts think this is the case. The extreme weather wreaked havoc on our electric generation and natural gas systems, resulting in two reform bills signed into law by former Gov Bill Ratliff – Senate Bill 2 (ERG) which addresses power plant operations; And 3(NEM), an effort to improve resilience across all sectors including oil & gas monitoring company procedures as well as those dealing with electricity generated from renewable sources such solar panels or wind turbines. Read more: Texas Winter 2022 and The Electric Grid
Today we discuss ERCOT, LNG Exports, Renewable Texas Energy, and how this affects Texas electricity prices. You can read our blog article about this and feel free to comment your thoughts and tell us what you think about this topic. Click to visit our blog article: Permian Gas Supply, ERCOT, Regulators, LNG, and Texas Electricity
Can you trust the Champion Energy Review websites and the reviews left by their customers? What’s up with all the 5 star false positives. We go into this and more on todays Electric Rates Customer Experience podcast. You can read about this Champion Energy false positive review problem on our blog and leave a comment if you desire. Please write an article about this issue on your own blog and mention this podcast or our blog so we can help spread the word.