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Uniform Rate Clause of its Wholesale Power Agreements with Defendants and ... Defendants' attempted termination of their WPAs based on a breach of the Uniform Rate Clause was improper."...This was a rash, expensive and unnecessary move for those
Texas (AP) July 30, 1951 was unlike any other day in Marble Falls history, with state and national media descending on what was then a town of 2,000 to see a unique event: a dam being blown up. The Lower Colorado River Authority , with the new,
That same report also met with skeptical responses on the city's Electric Utility Commission . At the center of this seemingly surreal picture is an AE pitch to replace Fayette's coal-generation capacity with plants fed by cleaner-burning natural gas
Texas A Central Texas utility has recommended selling its share of a coal-fired plant and relying more on natural gas to generate electricity. Austin Energy on Monday night offered the report to the city's Electric Utility Commission. The Austin City
Photo by Jana Birchum This summer, the Lower Colorado River Authority has seen the costly departure of some of its wholesale electric power customers complicated by a dispute over the way it treated seven of those utilities on their way out the door.
Texas The Lower Colorado River Authority is a step closer to acquiring access to more water for residents and farmers whose supply has been weakened by drought. Gulf Coast and build off-channel reservoirs to capture excess flows in the Colorado River.
Texas A Central Texas water authority is taking steps to expand its water supply as a hedge against the effects of a repeat of the recent drought. The Lower Colorado River Authority voted Wednesday to buy options on two land parcels near the river
Travis and Lake Buchanan, the region's water supply reservoirs, are currently less than half full, holding a combined total of about 949,883 acre-feet of water. There's no getting around it Austin residents have embraced water conservation as a way
July 8, 2012 The punishing seven-year drought of the 1950s in Texas brought about the modern era of water planning. But the drought of 2011 was the hottest, driest 12 months on record there. Though only a handful of towns saw their water sources dry
Photo by John Anderson There's no City Council meeting this week, but the June 28 (presummer break) meeting is burgeoning with potential: the return of the argument over short-term rentals (see " There Goes the Neighborhood taxicab licenses ; and the