More than 46,000 energy customers in Ohio are currently without power after the state was hit by a thunderstorm.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said Griddy Energy offered releases to former customers who owed roughly $29.1 million in unpaid bills.
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An unprecedented winter storm across Texas in February inflated the price of electricity and left power providers and their customers with outrageously high bills.
Republican Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick said Wednesday that Texans who received electricity bills as high as $17,000 amid the state's recent energy crisis had "gambled on a very, very low rate" and lost.
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"It would take almost all of my savings if I were to pay that bill," a North Texas resident said, after receiving a bill worth nearly $14,000 for the month of February.
Hundreds of thousands of Texans are still without power as the state faces freezing winter temperatures.
Earlier this week, millions of Texan households were without power as the state was hit by a winter storm.
"Insulation is key, both on the body, and in shelter/home," one lifelong outdoorsman told Newsweek over email.
"Energy prices should reflect scarcity of the supply," an emergency order from the Public Utility Commission of Texas said.
Texans are facing power outages as the state is hit by Winter Storm Uri's heavy snow and freezing temperatures.
Energy companies have been directed by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas to rotate power outages.
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There are more than 2.2 million power outages reported across Georgia, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Alabama and Mississippi, as of Thursday.
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Entergy has warned that the hardest-hit areas may be without power for weeks, as "restoration may be hampered by flooding, blocked access, or other obstacles."
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The Energy Information Administration says coal generation is expected to fall by 25 percent this year, with an 11 percent cut in emissions.
Upon its completion, estimated for 2022, the Gemini Solar Project could be the eighth-largest solar facility in the world, the U.S. Department of the Interior said this week.
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"We have found a new way to switch electrical conduction in materials from on to off," revealed author Berend Zwartsenberg, of UBC's Stewart Blusson Quantum Matter Institute (SBQMI).
A planned power outage to fix a fallen power line left customers without power in the early hours of this morning.
Troy Billett is working to provide power and purify water around the world, one box and one village at a time.
The outage is reportedly affecting the capital Caracas and 15 of the nation's 23 states.