Public Utility Commissioner Announces Resignation
Rolando Pablos, the newest member of the Texas Public Utility Commission, announced his resignation on Thursday. His sudden departure may deal a blow to renewable-energy advocates, who counted Pablos as an ally.
Rolando Pablos, the newest member of the Texas Public Utility Commission, announced his resignation on Thursday. His sudden departure may deal a blow to advocates of renewable energy, who counted Pablos as an ally. Read the full story at StateImpact Texas.
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