ERCOT Has Issued A Voluntary Conservation Notice As Peak Temperatures Hit Texas State

On 20th August, Sunday afternoon, in response to the severe heat, ERCOT issued a voluntary conservation notice for the state of Texas. Because of the excessive temperatures, ongoing high demand, and unexpected loss of thermal generating, ERCOT announced on platform X, which was formerly known as Twitter, that the notice would be from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on August 20.

The official tweet from ERCOT about the conservation notice:

Residents of Texas are being invited to voluntarily cut their electricity consumption if they can do so safely. Additionally, ERCOT is urging that all government agencies, including city and county offices, implement any and all programs that are designed to reduce the amount of energy used at their respective locations.

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ERCOT’s Texas Advisory and Notifications Systems (TXANS) include the Voluntary Conservation Notice as one of its components.

ERCOT is Not Currently In State Of An Emergency

According to ERCOT, the company is not currently facing any emergency situations, and the conservation notice is a technique that is used in the sector that can help cut demand during a specified time period, which is normally in the late afternoon and evening.

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