Texas Supreme Court ruling leaves Ercot legal immunity intact
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Texas Supreme Court ruling leaves Ercot legal immunity intact

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Texas’ Supreme Court on Friday declined to overturn a decision shielding the state’s power grid manager, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (Ercot) from blackout-related claims.

The all-Republican court split five to four over the ruling, and found that a legal technicality prevented it from issuing a judgment relating to whether or not plaintiffs should be able to pursue the entity for damages.


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