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Texas Public Utility Commission

AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Supreme Court reversed an appellate courts ruling against the Public Utility Commission in this case brought by an energy company who challenged the commission’s order to set the price of energy at its regulatory cap during 2021’s Winter Storm Uri, which caused deadly, widespread blackouts. The high court says the orders were properly adopted and declares they are not appealable actions.

Read the ruling here.

Categories / Appeals, Briefs, Energy

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