Texas/midcontinent power markets

Edward Klump



Edward is a reporter with EnergyWire who joined E&E in January 2014. He is based in Houston and has written about electricity markets in Texas and neighboring states, including Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma. His power coverage has examined national trends such as the future of the grid, independent power generation and the effects of proposed environmental regulations. Edward also has contributed to EnergyWire's oil and gas coverage. Before joining E&E, Edward worked for Bloomberg News and the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. He graduated from the University of Missouri with a bachelor of journalism degree in 2001.

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In Trump era, La. advocate worries that 'facts don't matter'

After more than five years running a green-hued nonprofit in New Orleans, Casey DeMoss isn't resigning just because Donald Trump became president. But it's fair to say "Trumpism" galvanized her. The CEO of the Alliance for Affordable Energy is worried about what the new administration will mean for environmental policy, and she isn't excited about years of playing defense. She's also struggling with Trump's willingness to bend the truth on matters big and small.


'This changes everything' — Texas awaits Trump

AUSTIN, Texas — Scott Pruitt at U.S. EPA. Rick Perry at the Department of Energy. Kathleen Hartnett White somewhere in the new administration. That vision may dismay many in Texas' liberal capital city, but not the crowd at the Texas Public Policy Foundation's 2017 policy orientation. Speakers could hardly contain their excitement yesterday about what President-elect Donald Trump means for Texas and its energy sector.