The Potential for A New Era at the Texas PUC
Turnover in the Chairman’s Office offers opportunities to reset, increase collaboration, and provide more meaningful opportunities for public participation
It’s the end of a tumultuous two years at the Public Utility Commission — and hopefully the beginning of a very different era. The Governor’s office announced last week the appointment of Commissioner Kathleen Jackson as interim Chair of the PUC; an announcement of a longer-term Chair will likely come later this year.
The new PUC leadership needs to quic…
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