A new era for Texas' rural electric co-ops, or more lumps of coal?
Texas co-ops can take advantage of an opportunity to lower electric bills, increase reliability, and lower emissions, but will they? We'll know by Friday.
Last month, the Republican County Judge of McMullen County — a county that gave Trump 90% of its vote — pleaded with state leaders to deny a permit to expand a coal mine. It didn’t work; despite record gas production and the phenomenal growth of solar and storage, the San Miguel Electric Co-op (SMEC) will expand coa…
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